Lightspeed by Justin Miller

Downloadable Video
You're performing your favorite rubber band routine. People are loving it, you are having a good time...


Your rubberband breaks.

What now? It's awkward, people expect you to do something magical, and you have nowhere to go. You could use a fresh band but that leaves everyone thinking you can't work with a broken band.

Lightspeed is designed for the moment when a rubber band breaks.You will find yourself BREAKING rubber bands just to perform Lightspeed

Here's what happens.

With a broken band, you thread a borrowed ring on to it and tie off the ends. A loop of band, with a knot and their ring linked on.

You begin to pull their ring off and throw it back on VISUALLY. A full routine that can be done with any ring and any rubber band... as long as it's broken.

Let Justin train you step-by-step to do this routine and NEVER be stuck with a broken rubber band and nothing to do with it.

Customer Reviews

  • by Snofzig Is cool

    Aug 2014

    this is a great effect! I use this everyday along with ring heist, and stairway (with the ring rather than the dollar bill) by Marcus Eddie. this affect is a great routine.
    -completely ungimmicked
    -instant reset/preparation
    -awesome reactions
    -goes well with other effects
    - you can create unique tricks and routines using the methods taught in the video
    -in places where cards stand out (school, work, etc.) you can use this effect
    - almost zero angle sensitivity
    and most importantly:

    this is a must buy!
    ingenious trick by Justin miller, and Ellusionist!
    what are you waiting for, buy this trick NOW.

  • by Aaron Ace

    May 2014

    This is a perfect trick to have if you do a rubberband routine. It's always a little bit awkward when the rubberband snaps in the middle of a performance, and yes you always have like 10 more, but you're a magician and you do magic, so why can't you mend it back together? Well, this offers an alternative to that, and it also takes out the awkward part of having to shove the broken rubberband into your pocket and taking a new one off your wrist.

  • by Jose Suarez

    May 2014

    Easy to learn, cheap, hard hitting, and masterfully taught. What else could you want? I want more tricks like this Ellusionist!