Scotch and Soda Euro (Traditional)

Discussion in 'Product Questions and Reviews' started by adjones, Sep 3, 2007.

  1. Scotch and Soda Euro (Traditional)

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    Setup: 6/10

    Setup for this effect is a breeze, although it can't be done near your spectators. It only takes about 15 seconds (at the absolute most), but can be a tad noisy (owners will know what I mean).

    Difficulty: 4/10

    This effect is very self-working, giving you plenty of wiggle room to work on your performance. All in all, the coins do all the work for you.

    Reset: 6/10

    The reset for this trick is essentially the same as the setup. It's very easy, but cannot be done near the spectators, because a) they will more than likely figure it out if they see the reset/setup and b) it can be noisy.

    Price:
    7/10

    The price for this effect ($29.40) was a little more than I was expecting to pay. However, I was more than willing to pay this price. I was extremely satisfied with what I got, and I think the price is just right; cheap enough for the pros, expensive enough to keep away the YouTube kiddies.

    Pros:

    - You can perform many different effects with what you get.

    - Completely self-working.

    - Very, very hard-hitting.

    -Packs small, plays big.

    Cons:

    - Setup can't be done near the spectators.

    - The coins are Euros, not American coins (not a biggie, just a small, small, con).

    Overall: 9/10

    I would give it a 10/10, but I don't think anything I have ever bought is absolutely perfect in every way... and that includes this. The coins were a bit smaller than I was expecting, but that's all right. I look forward to actually trying this out on spectators tomorrow night (we're having a "party" at my house for the 4th of July).
     

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