The Master Card

$22.00

 
This is a mind bender. Drape a metal watch bracelet over a credit card. You hold the card but never touch the watch. Yet, the “thought-of” time appears on the watch. You'll love the way it works!
 
The MasterCard” is examinable. And it will also fit inside your wallet. One routine we have used is noted below.

 
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This prop allows you to do deliver an unexpected two-punch ending for a prediction routine. Limited quantities in stock. Sold only with the purchase of a Blown Away Wristwatch, Premier or Pro.
 
Pure Magic. Solid Entertainment. Don't miss out.

 

Click Accessories – Wristwatches to see more stuff.


 

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EFFECT WITH PATTER:

 
“Everyone is familiar with a MasterCard. My father, a banker, gives merchants display samples. After he gave me this fake one & a real one, he draped his watch over it & said, “Son, be watchful & pay off your bills on time – or interest rates will kill ‘ya.’
 
I wasn’t listening to a word he was saying. I just wanted to buy some magic. Only spent $90 the 1st month, but I was stupid & didn’t save a nickel. No way could I make my first payment.
 
Just for fun, guess how much interest I was charged. It was between $5 and $12 plus change. (Spectator says $11). Performer comments, “OK. Estimate the change? It was under 50 cents”. (Spectator says 48 cents).
 
Spectator removes watch from credit card & states the time. The $11.48 chosen randomly appears on the watch!
 

During the entire routine, performer does not touch the watch. It is removed from the credit card by the spectator. Wristwatch and credit card can be examined.


 
 
This prop allows you to do deliver an unexpected two-punch ending for a prediction routine. Limited quantities in stock. Sold only with the purchase of a Blown Away Wristwatch, Premier or Pro.
 
Pure Magic. Solid Entertainment. Don't miss out.

 

Click Accessories – Wristwatches to see more stuff.


 

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