From my perspective, nothing wrong with any of that. But I'll bet some people get their noses tweaked by one or all of those points.Originally posted by Steve Hook:
1) No, there is no demo and there won't BE a demo.
2) If you think it is too expensive, nobody cares. Don't buy it!
3) If you don't understand why it's more useful than a classic palm or a topit, nobody cares. Don't buy it.
4) If you have a coat hangar / rubber band gizmo that completely vanishes a canteloupe, great! Use that instead!
5) If you think the lease system is ridiculous, nobody cares. And for God's sake don't post any whining about it and don't lease it!
If you want to get one, great! Click HERE! The latest batch should be ready for shipment in December '05.
Those are three separate issues.Originally posted by Lawrence Sullivan:
It depends if you want to buy a product that is associated with Thomas Wayne.
I think the device is overpriced for what it is.
You can get a decent device for much less cost.
Pete - Oh no! Now all the hoi polloi of magicdom will think that Cris Angel used a Kohler/Fitch holdout attachment to walk on water in the last "Vegas" show and we will have endless threads on when he will be selling it (shades of "the coin in can")!! :pPete Biro - The attachment for walking on water is pretty pricey, but well worth it
I've been using my FKHO for a bit over a year. There's a lot of cool stuff in the magic world, but I'd say that this "stealth machine" is one of the coolest things ever invented. 'nuff said. ;)Originally posted by Sean Macfarlane:
The people who have it won't say much. Thats great!! I hope to be fooled by it someday and not even know it.
Don't worry, I'm in line before you :DOriginally posted by Steve V':
..... I figured if he made coins he may make those Chinese Fighting Stars and I'd catch a quad tipped in in the back ....
I think it would be more accurate to say that SOME of the "great parts" were there. The basic idea of a holdout is good. The improvements (which I haven't seen, but I've seen Fitch's work while using it) are also great.Originally posted by Lucca Pacholi:
Years ago I saw Kohler's orginal holdout made from a fishing weight, leather strap and bent wire with magnets. If you cleaned-up the details and refined the engineering you did a good thing, but all the great parts of "Bob & Bob's" design were there before anyone started helping them.
So were the Ninjas who taught the Manhunter how to throw them, in Detective Comics in the 1970's (which is where I learned all the Ninja stuff anyone would ever need to know . . .)Originally posted by Terry Terrell:
Shuriken is Japanese.
Okay, that's two political remarks in two days. I'd like to appeal to the generosity of everyone here to please leave that sort of thing elsewhere. I'm sure we all have strong opinions one way or the other, and no one's preferred "side" has clean hands anyway. Can we leave it at that?Originally posted by Todd Lassen:
(There is even a small chance that the other half of the american people will find out what this current administration has done to our country. Ha.)