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Pop Haydn's HydroStatic Glass
NEW LOWER PRICE AND IN STOCK NOW!
THIS IS EXTREMELY WELL MADE! IT LOOKS GREAT! 16oz PINT GLASS!
"As soon as I started using this in my act I immediately bought another one to have as a back up. It’s the best Hydrostatic Glass out there!” - Mike Pisciotta - 2 time close-up magician of the year and resident bar magician
In this very “easy to do” miracle, the magician fills a glass with water, covers the mouth with a piece of blotting paper, and turns it over.
The water stays in the glass!
This is Science.
He then removes the paper, and the water remains in the glass still–
This is Magic!
On command, the water releases itself and falls into a pitcher or tub.
This classic trick is amazing and fun to do, but it has been hard to find the right prop. The glass tumblers were too easy to break, and made too much noise when the gimmick is being placed.
Finding a plastic tumbler that looked like real glass on stage, that was unbreakable, and scratch resistant wasn’t easy. It also needed to be able to take the necessary preparation without cracking.
This tumbler is perfect!
It even has a design on the bottom that is very deceptive, and perfectly hides the secret.
Pop Haydn’s Hydro-Static Glass is made of polycarbonate, which is much stronger, harder and more scratch resistant than acrylic.
It is a restaurant-quality 16 oz tumbler that will give years of service.
It comes with four pages of photos and detailed instructions, the gimmick, and the tumbler.
You can find a video of Pop Haydn’s Magnetized Water routine that features the Hydro-Static Glass, recorded before a live audience at the Magic Castle HERE.
(This is only the prop for the Hydro-Static Glass as it is described above, and not Pop’s Magnetized Water routine.)
"When you are a pro you want props that will travel well, work 100% of the time and look great. This glass is all three and then some. If you are going to do this trick, this is what you should be using." - Jon Armstrong