Twister (With Props and DVD) by Jay Sankey

Twister (With Props and DVD) by Jay Sankey

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Unlike most key bend handlings, with TWISTER the just-examined key stays in full-view, not just before and after the bend, but even DURING the bend! The audience actually gets to SEE the key bend without any cover and then you can immediately hand it right out, no switching!!

You can even have the key initialed by a spectator and STILL do the incredible bend! Even crazier, A SPECTATOR can actually take hold of the head of the key and TWIST IT it a full 90-degrees! And again, you can hand it right out, no switching!

TWISTER comes complete with a specially machined gimmick and an exciting full-length instructional DVD featuring several different handlings including:

  • The Two-Handed Twist
  • The Nail Twist
  • Mike Skutt's Presentation
  • The One Hand Switch
  • The Spectator Twist
  • You'll even learn several ways to UNTWIST the key!!!

Also, because TWISTER features the same design of key as our best-selling KILLER KEY effect, the two make for an outstanding combination!

"Over the years I've performed several different bent key routines and handlings under real world conditions, but I keep coming back to Twister. It's super practical, great on angles, extremely easy and crazy visual!"
- Jay Sankey

Based on a spoon bending routine Jay created over ten years ago, TWISTER is a key bend "with a difference."

Running Time Approximately 50min

Manufacturer Jay Sankey
Featured Product No
Good but Review by Jonathan
Skill Level 80%
Customer Rating 60%
It’s a good little trick but beware you do need to do a switch in order for it to look good, I was told no switches needed when I purchased this.......that is true but the trick is poor if you don’t do a switch, very quick and over soon, but a change from Pick a card any card !!!!

(Posted on 04/10/2017)

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