Bandwidth by Greg Wilson
Renowned for his creativity and off-the-cuff performance style, Gregory Wilson's BANDWIDTH is his latest seemingly impromptu miracle that allows you to borrow a spectator's finger ring and stretch it out like soft taffy. You then morph and manipulate the metal back to its previous circular form.
As if that weren't enough, you easily squeeze their ring in your hand until both sides touch. To finish, you restore their flattened wedding band with a Ninja-like stab of your finger -- in mid air!
The stunned spectator takes the ring off your finger to find everything, except their mind, back in its original condition.
Since people have such strong and emotional connections to their precious metal, that's why BANDWIDTH is so visually jarring and insanely unforgettable.
- Streaming video instructions
- Precision, laser-cut gimmick and practice ring included
- Extra crushed gimmick ring included also
- Prop allows you to stretch a borrowed silver or gold ring
- Easy to do even with short sleeves
- 3 second setup
- Instantly resets.
Watch the video demo
Note from Magic by Post
We love, unusual, close-up magic and so this has been on our radar for a while. I know Greg has been performing this for some time with stunning effect and he always sells out at his conventions and lectures.
I was pleased it was finally avaliable to import into Europe but is it any good? Before checking out the product myself I always check out well respected and independant magic forums. It saves time and money and allows us to seperate the wheat from the chaff for any product that is already on the market!
I quickly learned from the forums that it was universally loved and I can see why. You get a stunning reaction from your audience, the gimmick is pure quality and the instructions are crystal clear. It is one of those rare tricks that really stick in your audiences mind.
The secret is rather simple but it really does work!
"What I love about this is that once you are hooked up you are ready to go anytime anywhere with a really unusual and visual effect with a borrowed finger ring. It’s very easy to do and the gimmicks you are supplied with are top quality and will last a lifetime. "
Paul Romhany, *Reviews Vanish Magazine 4/8/2015
"This has gone straight into my working routines as I have already performed this with the ring of the groom at a wedding."
Tom Elderfield, Reviewer 5/19/2015