Quiver (Kelvin Chow)
- Difficulty: EASY
- Category: CLOSE-UP MAGIC
- Product Type: MAGIC TRICK
- Includes: 30-Minute Instructional Video Download
Kelvin Chow has designed one of the best and cleverest switching coin purses. It functions the same way as the classic change bag. What makes it special is that it can be handed to a spectator to open and they will always open it to the main compartment. You will be the only one who can open it to the secret compartment.
It is a very powerful switching device for the close-up magician and mentalist. It is very versatile and practical. It can be used to switch, vanish or produce coins, cards, billets, keys, or just about anything that can be placed inside. You can even use it as a regular coin purse.
There are now two different sizes available:
Is a 3x3 inch, high-quality black leather purse that is specially manufactured to easily switch the items that fit inside.
Is a little bigger at 3.75 x 3.5 inch, high-quality black leather purse that is specially manufactured to easily switch the items that fit inside.
Both Quiver coin purses include the original instructional video that teaches the basics of how to operate the purse plus many routines, applications and ideas. (The video will be in your media library as soon as you complete the purchase). Plus a link to the latest instructional video with additional ideas and adjustment tips.
NOTE: There is now a Quiver Users Group on Facebook that we highly recommend you join.
This product includes the following digital media:
Kelvin Chow's Quiver Tutorial
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I am happy with my purchase of Quiver.
I am happy with my purchase of Quiver. I am using Quiver to switch three gimmicked coins for three regular coins. I selected the Standard size because I didn't want the coins sliding within the purse and potentially rearranging in transit plus I did not want size of the purse to seem out of place for the objects taken from the purse. That goal is accomplished, but I believe that six coins is the practical maximum capacity for the Standard size. By using Quiver strictly as a coin purse, I have the option to switch the coin sets in one-on-one settings in the event someone asks to see the coins again. Refusing to show them the coins would be unnatural and immediately spur thoughts that I used special coins. Philosophically, I disagree with many of the performance options presented in the product's explanation video because the purse tends to take center-stage and plays an unnatural role in the structure of many of the effects. Instead of the purse being inconsequential to the magic, the purse plays an active role. While a spectator may open the purse, it does take some practice to open the purse comfortably. Beyond the philosophical issue, if your plan is to use the paper-oriented changes and effects, I recommend purchasing the Plus size of Quiver so that your use of the purse doesn't look too awkward.