The Clarity Box -C191 -RM75.00
“Brilliant. So good you’ll perform it for yourself.” -R. Paul Wilson
“The Clarity Box is clearly amazing and utterly, totally, 100% fooling.” -Andy Nyman
“David Regal’s Clarity Box is the most magical revelation of a playing card I have seen. Trust me on that.” -Dean Dill
“Every once in a while, magicians strike gold. David Regal has created and produced the perfect close-up illusion.” -Jim Steinmeyer
“I’m certainly going to use it and if Fred Kaps were alive I’m sure he would do so also. It’s the ultimate answer to an already ingenious revelation.” -Johnny Thompson aka The Great Tomsoni
“The illusion is so complete, your brain will not even think ‘switch’.” -John Bannon
“One of my favorite tricks made better by one of my favorite magicians. Regal’s take on the Card in the Box effect is shear genius.” -Mike Caveney
“I am very impressed by the thinking that went into The Clarity Box. David Regal is diabolical.” -Lance Burton
“David has taken a major step forward with Clarity; he’s really thinking “inside the box.” Nothing is hidden, everything is transparent – except the method! Bruno Hennig and Fred Kaps would themselves have been fooled.” -Simon Aronson
“Illusions are never clear; this must be magic.” -Dave Buck
“With The Clarity Box, David Regal has taken a classic trick that was already perfect… and made it BETTER. “ -John Lovick
“This is really clever. I want one!” -Eugene Burger
A card in plain view from the start…is the spectator’s signed selection.
A bill that has been on display…is the spectator’s initialed currency.
A prediction that EVERYONE can see…matches a truly free choice.
This is Magic. Clearly.
When unveiled at The Magic Castle, magicians returned over and over to watch the moment that seemed impossible… when a card that had been isolated within a clear box turned out to be a spectator’s signed selection.
The folded card was never out of sight. It was spilled out of the box and cleanly unfolded, yet it was the signed card.
That, in essence, is The Clarity Box.
The object need not be a card. It can be a signed bill, or a prediction – truly a utility prop.
This twist on Bruno Hennig’s classic card-to-canister effect possesses a clear difference: The object that is to be visibly spilled from the container is in plain view at all times.