Is it possible for a solid steel ball that is larger than the metal tube to fit through the tube?
You bring out a solid metal tube and place a chrome ball on top of it.
Everyone can clearly see that the ball is larger than the tube's diameter, and it would be impossible for the ball to fit, but you have no problem pushing it through!
Then, you make the ball to float back up to the top of the tube even though it's too large to fit through the tube to begin with!
You can then hand out the tube and the ball to your spectators for examination, they will find nothing and will never be able to make the ball fit.
- Amazing close-up trick!
- No set-up required!
- No threads!
- The ball AND tube are made of SOLID STEEL
- Only ONE BALL USED
- EVERYTHING CAN BE EXAMINED
- Sure to leave audiences of really scratching their heads!
- Tube is 1 1/2 inches tall
- Ball is 1/2 inch across
Our current stock is chromed steel (silver color).
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