Quiver Plus by Kelvin Chow
Starting at $39
QUIVER+ SWITCHES THINGS FOR YOU
Quiver+ is a revolutionary new switching device that is disguised as a standard looking coin pouch.
Based on the original Quiver, it's 1.5cm longer & taller than it's predecessor.
Allowing for much easier switches of bigger coins, billets or bills.
In fact Quiver+ grants you the power to switch any small object for another... automatically.
The second the wallet closes, it's DONE.
The most unbelievable part of Quiver+ is the fact that the spectator can open or close it themselves. They'll find nothing.
You can let your spectator freely handle the pouch with full confidence that they will never discover its devious secrets, no matter how hard they try.
Use Quiver+ For:
- Visual switches
- Object to impossible location
- Equivoque / Multiple Outs
"This is the one i'll be using from now on. Perfect!"
- Eric Jones
Expertly crafted in leather by Kelvin Chow, Quiver+ comes complete with a tutorial teaching multiple hard-hitting routines.
Predictions, switches, transformations, card to impossible location... This is just the tip of the iceberg.
This versatile prop can be tailored to fit any magic or mentalism piece.
Give sleights the day off.
Order Quiver+ Today.
DanI've been wanting to order this for such a long time, and believe me, it's incredible. Any small object can be visually transformed into another object, or can vanish/appear entirely. The pouch feels and looks amazing (I carry it with me as a regular coin purse) and can be used impromptu. You can do some seriously insane things with this device. Thank you Kelvin, and the team at Ellusionist, you guys rock
SummaryI love this thing! So many different uses for it. I came up on my own routine using the OXF coins that come with the metal 4 download. By the way, if you don’t have a metal 4, I highly encourage getting it!! Thanks E for making great products
SummaryI don’t do much magic nowadays, but I picked up Quiver+ since it looked like something I could integrate into everyday life.
I’ll begin by saying that it delivers exactly what you see in the video. It took me five minutes to master its basic use with both hands (although it will take me a bit longer to get the advanced handling for the super visual changes).
The instructional video is pretty dense, and covers a plethora of use cases. There are a couple of tricks taught in the video, but you should generally approach this as a utility device that can be worked into your own routines.
My only gripe, which keeps me from giving this five stars, is that, even in its larger size, a US dollar bill is still too tall for the pouch. You can, as the video shows, push the bill in lengthwise, but it’s not as natural as just folding it up and dropping it in.