impromptu levitations of stuff

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impromptu levitations of stuff

Postby Andrew » January 11th, 2004, 8:49 pm

thumb "t--"...anyone know where to get one witha suction cup?


Re: impromptu levitations of stuff

Postby Guest » January 12th, 2004, 3:19 pm

Andy, the only place I ever saw them was at Al"s.Perhaps the guy that bought the shop still sells them or can ask Al where they came from....Mike

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Re: impromptu levitations of stuff

Postby Edwin Corrie » January 13th, 2004, 12:52 am

I think International Magic in London has what you are looking for. Go to their home page ( and do a search for "Levitator", then maybe e-mail them to make sure. If you can't get one locally and are really desperate it might be worth it.

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Re: impromptu levitations of stuff

Postby Rennie » January 16th, 2004, 6:50 am

I had one but cannot find it now. I would say make one as nothing to it as you probably know.
It actually works fairly well.
The effect is the important thing, how you achieve is not !!

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