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    First there was Flow...Dan Hauss' ingenious best seller using an innocent bottle of water. This time he's using just the cap...

    A coin impossibly vanishes from under one cap, and reappears under another, without you touching a thing. It truly happens in the spectators hands.

    RATTLED: 100% gimmicked. 100% examinable
    Designed to Astonish. Built to Last.

    Exclusively at Ellusionist.

    Full Overview

    You unscrew the plain white cap off your water bottle and put a coin under the bottle cap. You take a step back from the table so there's no way you can get near the cap or the coin.

    Your friend now shakes the cap and definitely HEARS and FEELS the coin RATTLE inside.

    And without you touching ANYTHING she shakes the cap again...and the RATTLING suddenly STOPS! Just stunning empty SILENCE.

    She looks under the cap...the coin has VANISHED! The empty cap can be closely examined. No coin, no rattle sound, nothing. Just an innocent plastic bottle cap and you've been standing away from everything the entire time!

    You can then place a glass under the table..."CLINK"... and the coin drops through the table into the glass! OR...the vanished coin appears under a second empty cap that's been held by someone else! (Dan's ingenious gimmick does the work for you).

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    Customer Reviews

    • by sean bennett

      May 26, 2013

      very impressive gimmick even to the magician

    • by Luke Conti

      May 16, 2013

      The trailer was stunning, and if done right, so is the effect. The only downside is I have had many times where the spectator has done something by accident and ruined the trick. If done properly, the reaction is alright. But these days, people aren't so impressed by magic. I get reactions like 'cool' or 'that was great' but never any screaming. I rate it a 3 because it is a little bit awkward and you have to have full control over what the spectator does.

    • by Hudson Hufham

      Dec 31, 2012

      The gimmick is very very hard to see that it is there. I tried to figure this thing out for 2 days and then it hit me what I was supposed to do and it was SO simple and easy to use. Recommended..