Although this can be used as a normal watch, it also helps you perform an amazing trick. Tell a spectator that you are going to make a time prediction by changing the time on the watch. With the back of the watch facing the spectator, the watch is held out in the open by the strap, proving that the predicted watch time will not be tampered with or readjusted. The spectator is asked to name a time of day, to the exact minute. The watch is handed to the spectator revealing an exact match to the time named by the spectator. Created by Rob Stiff, www.MagicMakersInc.com. Complete with instructions.

Although this can be used as a normal watch, it also helps you perform an amazing trick. Tell a spectator that you are going to make a time prediction by changing the time on the watch. With the back of the watch facing the spectator, the watch is held out in the open by the strap, proving that the predicted watch time will not be tampered with or readjusted. The spectator is asked to name a time of day, to the exact minute. The watch is handed to the spectator revealing an exact match to the time named by the spectator. Created by Rob Stiff, www.MagicMakersInc.com. Complete with instructions.

This is a good example of the direct, practical magic invented by British magician Chris Wardle. The magician shows the six standard ESP cards and places them in a row. A spectator freely chooses a number from one to six. It turns out that the magician’s prediction, which has been right under the spectator’s nose all along, is correct. Complete with instructions.

An audience member takes a card and the magician has fun trying to identify it with the help of spectacles stored in a smart spectacles case. It’s an unusual and entertaining way of identifying a chosen card.