TURN YOUR BORING CARD BOX INTO A POWERFUL SWITCHING DEVICE
Using a tuck box to switch items is organic. Your cards are in play while you're performing magic - so your audience suspects nothing if you use the box. That's what makes Parson Switch Box so powerful. It's seen as a place where the magic happens and not somewhere where you can perform sleight of hand. It's separate. This means you can use Parson Switch Box for:
Torn & Restored
Secret Switches (like the serial number effect taught)
Object Switches (Card to bill)
Independently created by Ellusionist's Master Gaff-maker, Davey Rockit, the Parson Switch Box has been circling the underground for the last 5 years. Among consultants, tv producers & lucky convention attendees.
Instead, it uses gravity. Because...
"Gravity Never Fails You"
Because of the way it works, it also means it resets instantly - and is always ready to go.
Each Switch Box is handmade by the creator himself, so you know that what you're getting isn't a mass-machined item, but something of true quality - handmade here, by a craftsman in the United States.
Available in official Bicycle Blue or Red Rider Back designs.
Get Parson Switch Box Today.
"The Switchbox is a concept that has been independently explored by many amazing creators such as Masuda, Mickael Chatelain & even as far back as Roterberg in 1897. This is my contribution to an underground tool in card magic. I hope you find as much enjoyment as I have in the astonishment you can create with this utility."
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