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Paul Harris presents Ya Ya by Jessie Feinburg
The humble Ya Ya allows you to vanish and change objects close-up and is easy to use.
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Jesse has transformed a simple house-hold item into the world's teeniest invisible hold-out. And it just happens to work really really well with your normal pen cap!
With your tiny YAYA in place you can take the cap off your Sharpie and make it instantly vanish and re-appear in your other hand...or poke the cap into one ear and pull it out the other. You can "snort" the cap up your nose then sneeze it back into your hand.
YAYA even makes a poker chip vanish, appear or transform!
YAYA also lets you perform the perfect Torn And Restored (and Signed) Bill. Just borrow a bill roll it into a ball, tear the ball in half, touch the two halves together for an instant full-view no-cover restoration! The signed bill is immediately handed back for examination.
Vanish and Change OBJECTS!
Take a balled-up bill and toss it into your phone screen...so it VISIBLY transforms into just an image on the screen...Then pop the bill off the screen so the bill is back to normal. EMPTY HANDS...UNGIMMICKED EXAMINABLE phone...borrowed bill...and one teeny invisible YAYA!
Can be performed in just a T-shirt...or no shirt.
Most routines require no-palming.
Supplies INCLUDED together with a fantastic teaching DVD.
Each YAYA is good for about ten performances. Enough YAYA's for about 1000 performances.
INEXPENSIVE REFILLS AVAILABLE.at your local YAYA Emporium (most pharmacies have them too).
What the forums say:
I have it. It is well worth 30 dollars. You get around 100 YaYa's and a special poker chip and materials to make it work with coins. I give it a 9 out of 10. The dvd covers everything in much detail and runs about one hour eleven minutes. I am a big fan of some of Jesse's past work
I just got this on Tuesday and it is really cool. So many things you can do with this. Great D.V.D. and the gimmick is very cool.