Wonder Pop by Gonçalo Gil and Danny Weiser
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Wonder Pop by Gonçalo Gil and Danny Weiser

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Make a lollipop appear from bubbles!

The Magician explains that he's going to show how lollipops are made. He takes a bottle and blows through a circular ring to make some soap bubbles in round ball shapes. Magically he is able to catch one of the balls, as it has turned solid! He attaches the ball to a stick, he waves the stick, and visually it becomes a real lollipop that can be given to a member of the audience.

Wonder Pop by Danny Weiser and Gonçalo Gil. Produced by Gee Magic. Created by Danny Weiser and Gonçalo Gil, Wonder Pop is geared mostly towards children.
  • Wonder Pop comes complete with all the gimmicks
  • It can be performed in close-up or stage work
  • Perfect for kids' performances
  • The lollipop can be given as a souvenir
Manufacturer Gee Magic
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Great effect, poor build Review by Matthew
Skill Level 40%
Customer Rating 60%
This is a great effect, but the build quality is very poor. I had to reassemble the lid/stick with a blob of UV-setting plastic "glue" and, sadly, the bubble mixture tube itself is not properly sealed, so it leaked all over the (fortunately sealed, and otherwise empy) plastic box I put it in for storage.

I didn't have a problem with the lolly gimmick as per other reviewers - IMHO it only lightly attaches to make it easily manipulated (but that does mean a little care in handling - I have had it fly across the room!)

Now I have paid for the trick, which is very nice, I think I will build my own gimmick.

(Posted on 27/11/2018)

Good idea, poorly made product Review by Tweedy
Skill Level 40%
Customer Rating 40%
Fell to bits whilst still practicing it making a big mess. Sent a replacement. Second one the lolly part isn't made right so falls off stick very easily.

(Posted on 02/11/2018)

Good idea, badly made product Review by Tweedy
Skill Level 40%
Customer Rating 40%
First one fell to bits whilst practicing, so had to send it back. Second one the pop part isn't made right so falls off really easily.

(Posted on 31/10/2018)

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