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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by JohnC20, Jan 4, 2019.
Is this similar to the new Flux trick?
Hey John, the "which hand" plot has been presented in hundreds of different ways, with hundreds of different methods over the years. I'm not sure which method Timon is using in that video, but likewise - we worked on a Tonight Show segment three years ago wherein Dan White performed a stellar "which hand" routine as well (watch here). So good!
Over the past decade, many high-tech versions of this have been published, with the best of the bunch - the most reliable ones - engineered by Craig Filicetti. In a nutshell, he's the Rolls Royce of high-tech magic gizmos. On the flip side, most of those previous versions were over $1000, and used by every top mentalist on the planet.
Flux is unique and new because of two things: accuracy (it's the most accurate of any device of the sort I've tested), and last but not least - price: it's less than $200. That's 1/5 of previous versions that contained similar technology, and this is newer tech that represents a decade of advancement.
Our first shipment is already sold out (!!) in less than 72 hours, but we're hard at work with Craig now on a new shipment that should arrive within the next few weeks. Stay tuned!