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Magic Geek Hat Giveaway

Posted on July 13, 2009 by chris ballinger There have been 15 comment(s)

As most of you are aware this month is JB July and we are giving away a bunch of awesome prizes at random to those who buy JB Magic Products from us this month. I wanted to take a moment to talk about the Limited Edition Magic Geek Flexfit Caps that are up for grabs. These are not available for purchase and the only way to get them is by winning them during the JB July Giveaway.

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The Magic Geek Hero is stitched into a gun-metal gray genuine Flexfit Cap. The words "MAGIC GEEK" is stitched on the back of the hat in jet black thread. The high-quality cap is very comfortable and will protect you from those annoying sun rays.

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For every JB Product you buy during the month of July, your name will go into the running for all of the JB July prizes. We will be giving away six of these caps in the drawing. Keep checking the blog for details on the other prizes and more updates on the JB Product Line and the Giveaway.


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15 Responses to Magic Geek Hat Giveaway

  • Jaysen
    Jaysen says:

    Hi Chris, which one of these would you recommend, No Entry or Hole Sensation?

    Posted on July 13, 2009 at 4:03 am

  • Chris Ballinger

    Hi Jaysen, Both are really great easy-to-perform effects. You should choose whichever fits your performance style the best. No Entry is very easy to perform and has a built-in sucker routine attached to it. Hole Sensation takes a little more set-up, but it has that great visual vanish. I can't decide which to recommend over the other.

    Posted on July 13, 2009 at 6:45 am

  • Patrick
    Patrick says:

    Hi Chris, do you think i should get Blink or Slither?

    Posted on July 14, 2009 at 3:06 am

  • Chris Ballinger

    Hi Patrick, this is another decision that has to be made based on your performance style. If you like super-quick, visual magic, Blink might be just the thing for you. I personally like Slither a lot because there is more of a routine to it. I also like how a lot of the magic happens in the spectator's hands. Slither also features one of the craziest card gimmicks that I have ever seen.

    Posted on July 14, 2009 at 3:49 am

  • Jaysen
    Jaysen says:

    Are the folding half rubberbands the same size of the rubberbands for braces?

    Posted on July 16, 2009 at 4:18 am

  • Jaysen
    Jaysen says:

    Why did the price of the hot gum go up? It use to be 45 cents.

    Posted on July 16, 2009 at 1:49 pm

  • daniel s.
    daniel s. says:

    ok. so ive seen this trick and new it was a MUST have. and now its on magic geek, which is practically the only magic site i actually trust. (im talking about clink). but chris, if you had to break down intermediate, would it be: easy-intermediate, medium-intermediate, or hard intermediate...and also, what would stickman sam be?
    thanks a BUNCH

    magic geek buyer and supporter,
    daniel s.

    Posted on July 18, 2009 at 7:31 am

  • Chris Ballinger

    Hi Daniel S., thanks for the kind words.

    Clink is a mixed bag because it's not just one trick, it's a bunch of tricks using the gimmicks supplied. The trick range from supper-easy to (and this is a personal opinion) not-worth-the-trouble. The routine that I did in the video demo is easy-intermediate. I thought that the ideas and routines covered in Clink were awesome and I'm glad that Regal has put them onto DVD.

    If you know your way around a pack of cards Stickman Sam won't be very difficult for you. The moves are pretty basic and the gimmick does a lot of the work for you. There are a couple of moves that might challenge you, but Mark Mason does a pretty good job explaining everything on the DVD.

    Posted on July 18, 2009 at 3:30 pm

  • Joshua
    Joshua says:

    hi chris i am just asking what magic trick is good for an 11 or 10 year old boy

    Posted on July 21, 2009 at 6:34 am

  • Chris Ballinger

    Hi Joshua, anything in the "Easy" or "Easiest" section of the website would work great for an 11 or 10 year old boy. It really depends on what style of magic he is interested in.

    Posted on July 22, 2009 at 1:33 am

  • Joshua
    Joshua says:

    he has been doing magic for the past two years i think he is in intermediate

    Posted on July 23, 2009 at 8:31 am

  • bill
    bill says:

    cool

    Posted on July 30, 2009 at 11:13 am

  • Patrick
    Patrick says:

    Hi Chris I was just wondering, how long have you knovn Mark Mason?

    Posted on August 2, 2009 at 1:10 am

  • Chris Ballinger

    Hi Patrick, I met Mark Mason almost a year ago. I wrote a blog about it back in September: http://www.magicgeek.com/blog/?p=63

    Posted on August 3, 2009 at 12:44 am

  • Nik
    Nik says:

    Hi Chris, are the Magic Geek Flexfit caps ever going to come out in the store so I can get one?

    Posted on August 6, 2009 at 12:16 am

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