This handy little device can be easily stolen from your jacket or pants pocket, and then used to create a loud, raspy clicking noise. The original use was to activate it while pretending to wind your watch, and the audience hears the watch being wound up very loudly. But the instructions provided with it give you 24 more ideas -- everything from cracking your neck or back as you bend over, to winding up your deck of cards before you do a card trick. Other ideas include using it as your screw in a lightbulb or twirling your mustache.
I often use my watch winder in my birthday shows, when shaking a young volunteers hand -- as the kids arm moves up and down, it seems to crackle. The kid sometimes thinks it is really his arm, and the other kids go nuts, of course.
Use your imagination and you will have fun with the Watch Winder. Easy to do, but does take a bit of practice to use this smoothly without too much hand movement. There is plenty of misdirection for most uses, based on larger movements covering the smaller ones.
Get one and start having more fun! These are getting hard to find. Only one left in stock.
(Instruction sheet is a photocopy replacement of missing orginal sheet, but prop is new and unused)
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