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Kids love snacks. Pringles potato chips are a snack. So kids love Pringles. Right? Of course! And when we do magic with snacks that kids love… well maybe that’s why Pringles Go has been a hit for kid show entertainers. Check out just how fast the can’s label changes from green to red in the video trailer.
This instantaneous change creates a high-impact, extremely visual moment of magic—magic with a familiar object. At AmazeKids, what we like best about Pringles-to-Go are the many different ways you can use this clever prop for social media videos as well routines in your show.
- Lightning fast Color Change in an ultra-short video for social media.
- Super-clean, slow motion transposition effect using two cans
- Transposition effect with another can in a box or bag.
- Use two boxes or bags and first have two cans slowly change places. Then repeat the trick and do an instantaneous color change as you pretend to “show them how it works.”
- Add a Double Color-Changing Handkerchief inside the can to make the routine even more magical.
Here’s the overview for Pringles Go:
- Easy to learn and perform
- Super-fast color change
- Quick reset
- Self-contained gimmick
Here's what you get:
- 1 instructional online tutorial card
- 1 gimmick package (Choose red-to-green or green-to-red option at check out). You will supply a store-bought can for the transposition routines.
Please note that red and green gimmicked cans are sold separately. If you’re looking for even more routine possibilities, consider getting both options!
Get Pringles Go and you’ll make your kids “Go” …crazy when you do magic with their favorite snack.
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Chris asks: The Pringle’s cans as on early 2020 that I’m finding seem slightly taller than what these gimmicks appear to be. Has Pringle’s changed their can size, and will this effect finding the proper cans to use?
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