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Self bending metal is the next evolutionary step in PK Magic. If traditional metal-bending was an Ape, Shift: Self Bending Key would be Modern Man with an iPhone 7 and a Jet Pack.

Shift is the epitome of 'Packs Small, Plays Big.'

You can now perform the impossible action of bending a a key INSIDE your SPECTATOR'S HAND, in plain view, for the world to witness every surreal moment.

Full Overview

The key itself has been manufactured from a patented alloy, similar to the Self Bending Fork, and will stay in its 'set' condition, even hanging on your key chain - so you're ready to perform at a moment's notice. The Fork works in the same way as the Key and is perfect for more formal situations. Get the Shift: Self Bending Fork, here.

The above video shows just how powerful the Shift Metal Bending System really is - and how easy it is to perform. Whilst the Shift Fork is used in the above video (because of the Diner setting) the Shift Key uses the exact same principle - it's like a pocket-sized Shift Fork.

Shift: Self Bending Key activates it's bending movements using ONLY your spectator's body heat. You can manipulate the molecules of metal without touching the key as is slowly bends in open view.

In a breakthrough of technology, Shift: Self Bending Key is the lowest priced self bending metal effect in history. Not to mention the ONLY engineered the gimmick to stay straight in room temperature UNTIL you place it inside the spectator's hands.

Shift will remain unbent, unnoticed, and unassuming until the moment you place it into the spectator's hands. From that moment on, your work is done and the real phenomenon begins.

You now have the tool for a surreal performance. A physical impossibility is now within your reach.

"People are truly going to lose their minds over this. A key is INCREDIBLY practical." - Joel Bauer, Top Pro

"I thought the self bending fork was off the chain, the key is so much better." - Anthony Brown, Salem NJ

"Please let me perform this before anyone else!." - Eric Ross Top Pro

IMPORTANT: This is NOT an opening effect. If you perform this as your first trick, make it your ONLY trick, because NOTHING can follow Shift. Your spectators will look at you through new eyes, so why go perform a card trick after something like this? Shift is your "coup de grace" effect. No effect is more, fair, unbelievable or convincing.


Customer Reviews

  • by Jonathan Todd

    Sep 18, 2013

    My experience is exactly the same as Chris's above. However, despite it never being "straight" I love the effect. I think the presenter on video should take out the "remains straight" comment. You need to do it fast or prep before use. To overcome the issue, I choose to open with this effect and I comment on just how powerful my psi powers are - Look! I can't even open my own door because when I touch my damn key it often bends just enough to be unable to fit the lock! But let me show what happens when I concentrate - however I don't want to touch the thing again or I'll never get back in my house! You hold it . . . and then that little bend goes nuts. Hope this helps some of you. Has to work with your style because you're calling attention to a little bend to start with. . . .

  • by Roger Stallard

    Jun 6, 2013

    This key is very well made. Though it has some slight differences from a normal key, it can pass for one with some advanced handling. The set up and bending work well with one major exception. The key I received would never assume a completely straight shape. The instructions were followed completely and multiple times. In every case there was a very slight bend in the key. Careful handling can overcome this flaw but the key cannot be shown to be totally straight at the beginning. The effect of a severe bend at the conclusion is very dramatic and makes this item worth some investment and effort by performer with good misdirection skills. This is the best bending key I have experienced even though it cannot be shown well at the beginning of the effect. I recommend it to experienced performers.

  • by Jamie Roach

    May 21, 2013

    It has many problems but my friend claims telekinetic powers are fake then I showed him this and he literately crapped himself