Deluxe Magic Trick Assortment
Great for Magic Show
Used for school magic night. They were a hit!
October 24, 2011
The products were inexpensive and a nice, cheap addition to my bags. Quality? Probably poor. Still, I'd stuff bags again since they cost less than more chocolate. I like to make bags of candy and various novelties. I would PREFER to purchase Made in USA!!!
November 14, 2014
They didn't work
I'm glad we had other magic tricks to teach the kids. We used these as gifts at the end of the party. I was disappointed that some of these tricks didn't work, or didn't work very well. I wouldn't purchase them again.
December 9, 2013
Cheaply made but does the job
Got these to go in goody bags for a magic themed birthday party; they are very small and cheaply made, not high quality, but did the job since they fit the theme.
September 3, 2013
This purchase was just ok. The price was reasonable for 72 pieces of tricks. I used them as party goodies supplies for my son's Magic party theme. It was economical and fun to see in the bag, however some of the tricks did not work and some only worked ok. I'm guessing the boys played with them for a little while and moved on to the next thing in the bag. If I didn't have so many goody bags to fill, I'd buy a higher quality magic tricks to give away.
April 9, 2012
Great for a magic party
I got these for my son's goody bags. They are not high quality but a good value for the price.
October 19, 2011
Not what I hoped for
This assortment contains several individually packaged tricks. I did not have high expectations for the quality of the props, due to their price, however, I did expect them to be better than they are.
what I do like is that they are all packaged separately, so that the props don't get lost before they are used.
I also like that the number trick is printed on thick card stock.
What I do not like is that the finger chopper trick does not work properly. The plastic blade does not set properly after the trick. It sets at an angle, and looks broken. There should be a mount built in the device to make it end up horzantally positioned.
The gimmick for the ball vase tricks are splattered with the pink paint that is used on the vase. This makes it obvious that the gimmick is a gimmick and not the actual ball. Also, the gimmick ball is much larger than the actual ball, making it extra obvious.
Kids will have a hard time enjoying perfoming these tricks if it is so obvious how they work. I have worked with several toy versions of all of these tricks, and these were among the worst quality styles.
I will not be purchasing these again until I am confident that the quality is improved.
December 15, 2010