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Magicians make things appear and disappear - now you can, too!
With your sleeves rolled up, both hands are shown empty, front and back. One hand closes into a fist and reopens bearing a coin. The coin vanishes as mysteriously as it appeared. This is just one of the many effects possible with this DVD, book, and gimmick. You will do magic that looks and feels like the real thing. Very easy to learn and use.
The DVD: A one-hour DVD where Meir Yedid and Jeff Stewart perform, demonstrate and explain more than 20 routines, techniques and ideas that you can use with the NOW-U-C-IT, NOW-U-DON'T gimmick. Looks so good you will swear it's trick photography!
The Book: More than 50 moves, routines and ideas by Jeff Stewart, Ken Krenzel, Meir Yedid, Bob Friedhoffer, John Cornelius, James Swoger, Ed Mellon, David Regal and Steve Schneiderman that you can do using the NOW-U-C-IT, NOW-U-DON'T gimmick. Mostly close-up, all impossible. Six chapters, twelve vanishes, eight appearances, five penetrations, fifteen routines and lots of ideas. Written by Meir Yedid. Illustrated by Aldrin "Buzz" Aw. 32 pages, 37 illustrations, soft cover.
The Gimmick: The most versatile and practical utility device since the thumb tip. If you own Jeff Stewart's Now You See It, Now You Don't, or Mellon's Miracle Money, you already have a version of this gimmick. With it, you can show your hands empty and produce small objects from thin air. You will be able to perform more than 50 effects from the book and DVD.
This special edition package includes the DVD, The Book, and The Gimmick. Also, explained for the first time, is how to make your own gimmicks.
"If I had to do just one thing to prove I am a magician, it would be NOW-U-C-IT, NOW-U-DON'T."
- Meir Yedid
(DVD, Book and Gimmick)
Posted by Dwight Baldwin on 11th Oct 2017
If been doing magic for few months on casual basis.... This is my favorite trick so far.... Easy to do!. You veterans may have figured out the concept.... If so this is not for you.... All others buy it now!