Paul Harris Presents Water Works (DVD and Gimmicks) by Uday Jadugar & Paul Harris - Trick
An astonishing new method for the easiest, most powerful anti-gravity water effect...Ever.
The good news is; You never have to hide anything in your hands! Plus there are no chemicals or sticky stuff involved. Your spectator can even take a sip of water from the bottle during the performance! Your hands are 100% clean... At ALL times!
Your always-empty hands take a normal examined clear plastic bottle of water and turn it mouth down. There should be a messy flood of water...but instead, there are just a few drips...and then...nothing! The water stays impossibly suspended inside the upside-down open bottle. The cap and bottle are inspected and there is nothing to find!! No Ditching! No Palming! No Stealing!
And even cooler than that...you then push a FULL SIZE pencil or pen up into the open bottle mouth...completely in the water!
No other version allows you to put such a huge object into the BOTTLE!
You then turn the bottle mouth end up...all is back to normal. Your spectators can completely examine EVERYTHING.
No Palming. Your fingers never ever have to load or steal anything!
WaterWorks' exciting new gimmick makes this 100% self-contained.
BONUS: A Great Free Optional Presentation: WATERBALL.
A weird science "experiment" where a spectator drops a special blue ball into the open bottle of water. The ball slowly sinks down through the water. You turn the bottle mouth down...the blue ball slowly sinks down again...and finally drops out of the bottle...somehow leaving the water suspended! This cool visual is also a brilliant convincer that nothing is secretly blocking the water.
So exactly how easy is Waterworks?
The normal actions you see in the demo is all there is to do. Period. The ingenious new gimmick does all the secret stuff for you!
* No Palming. Your hands and fingers are always empty!
* Completely Self-Contained.
- Use the same gimmick over and over.
- Resets in seconds.
- Perform completely surrounded.
- Spectator can take a sip from the bottle.
- Ingenious new gimmick allows everything to be examined.
- A normal size pen or pencil can be pushed into the suspended water.