Everlasting Sponge Balls by Eric Leclerc
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Everlasting Sponge Balls by Eric Leclerc

Only £38.99

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Difficulty Level (1 Easy - 5 Hard)

Quick Overview

Sponges from the Mouth is the rare routine that plays as well for adults as it does for kids, is EXTREMELY deceptive yet easy to do, packs in your pockets yet can entertain 500 people, and can be learned and mastered before your very next show. This is Everlasting Sponge Balls.

Created by Eric Leclerc, Canada's two-time magic champion and host on National Geographic's Brain Games, this is a wonderful routine ready to be plugged into your children's show. Eric's use of the Finger Pointer Wand (which comes with the trick) adds to the deception and the fun! Watch the video! It's filmed in front of a live audience so you can see the tremendous impact of this routine.


  • A 14" Finger Pointer Wand -- a hilarious prop with so many possibilities
  • Three 2" red sponge balls
  • One 2" green sponge ball
  • One 2" black sponge ball
  • Josh Jay's alternative finale in which a ball appears from a spectator's mouth
  • The complete video performance and detailed video explanation including the secret of how he initially loads the balls into his mouth.

Included is a detailed routine with all the components to create your own routine, or use the suggested routine that Eric performs! If you're looking for a routine that you can perform to music that features you alone on stage, a routine in which your props "get a bit out of control" resulting in magical hilarity, check out Everlasting Sponge Balls.


MoM Behind the Curtain Magic Review

Manufacturer Vanishing Inc.
Featured Product No
Good, but not for reason you think. Review by Matthew
Difficulty Level (1 Easy - 5 Hard) 40%
Satisfaction 80%
The wand is nicely made as are the sponge balls. This was the reason I bought this item.

I don’t feel the need to copy the routine, but will create my own.

(Posted on 07/08/2018)

Good for kids and adults Review by David
Difficulty Level (1 Easy - 5 Hard) 60%
Satisfaction 100%
Looking to get into sponge balls or to add to act, this is the one. People will be talking about it days later. Funny and engaging.

(Posted on 01/08/2017)

Great for stage or parties! Review by David
Difficulty Level (1 Easy - 5 Hard) 60%
Satisfaction 80%
If you do kids show magic or if you'e looking to get into sponge balls - this is good. Here is my extensive review: https://vimeo.com/223444499

(Posted on 29/06/2017)

You will be remembered Review by Impossible Chris
Difficulty Level (1 Easy - 5 Hard) 60%
Satisfaction 100%
Kids will remember you for this one ! Easy to learn but you need to practise the routine to get the timing and the end result will be worth every penny!

(Posted on 09/06/2017)

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