Imagine yourself borrowing an iPhone from anyone, twist it in half while the phone screen is still on, then Twist it back and restore the phone. And hand the phone back to its owner. You heard it right. It's a borrowed phone. Can't get crazier than this. Talk about performing organic miracle with everyday objects. Some may use a coin, some may use a dollar bill. Nothing, is like borrowing people's everyday phone and perform miracles.
A modern twist from the legendary Paul Harris' Screw Deck. Many have had fun moving the phone logo around. How about REALLY screwing someone's phone? Borrow an iPhone and twist it. Change the physical structure of the entire phone!
Now that's crazy!
Cell phone has grown to be a very intimate and emotional attachment to almost everyone is this generation. There is just no better object to borrow and shock people with. An extremely commercial and easy to do miracle that guarantee to generate HUGE reaction.
Remember, the phone is completely safe at all time; you could use your own iPhone or any borrowed ones if you happen to use a different model. A modern miracle for the modern magician.Q&A - From Manufacturer Can I perform iTwist on both Black and White models?A:
Yes, there is a combo package available that comes with both gimmicks. Can I use my own iPhone?A:
Yes you can. We know some people would prefer to use their own phone. That's why there are single color versions available. Why iPhone? A:
iPhone is the most commonly seen phone worldwide nowadays. If you look around, you'll find yourself being able to perform iTwist in almost all situations. iPhone 5 is out, does this only work with the 4/4S?A:
We are aware that iPhone 5 just came out. We've made it for 4/4S model because it is still the most commonly seen phone around. iTwist is meant to performed with borrowed phone, that's why we made it with 4/4S model. When iPhone 5 becomes a standard, you'll find iTwist with iPhone 5 model or upgrades. With Permisison from Paul Harris
This product was added to our catalog on Friday 26 October, 2012.