Flash Deck Switch by Shin Lim

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The Flash Deck Switch allows for a smooth and seamless switch between any two decks of your choice, while the gimmick hides in plain sight, completely undetectable. Imagine performing miracles with a gaff deck, and at the end of your routine, silently switch it for an ordinary pack of cards. Your spectators will inevitably marvel at how you managed to perform such amazing feats with just a regular deck.



Each intricate gimmick, with Bicycle print, is personally hand-crafted by Canadian magician, Jeremy Hanrahan. And accompanying the Flash Deck Switch comes an exclusive 60 minute tutorial from Shin Lim, where he will discuss different routines and sleights.

He also teaches you to modify your already existing gimmick to make it accompany any custom deck of cards (besides the classic bicycle design) and how to perform various tricks by handling your decks differently.

'I love the flash deck switch ! Fooled me completely. I love that it can be done in the hands and on the table. And on top of that it resets instantly.'
- Joshua Jay

The Flash Deck Switch, created by Shin Lim and Rich Piccone, is one of the cleanest and best deck switching devices out there -- and its finally ready to be yours now!

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Customer Reviews

  • by Kieran O'Sullivan

    Aug 2015

    This is an excellent concept but I only use it when I'm performing a poker themed set which I only rarely do when I am seated at a table to perform it so for me it isn't a worker. But I'm sure many magicians could find great use fort his product but in general I don't really need to switch out my decks.

  • by Hudson Hufham

    Jan 2015

    The handling can be a bit awkward for us magicians, but for laymen, I don't think anything looks unordinary. If you have your own creative ideas then this will work great as well as just a simple deck switch. One plus is that Shin Lim teaches how to make your own gimmick from scratch, so you don't have to worry about messing up the one provided (Even though it should hold up well).