Phantom Deck

Trick by Joshua Jay
$29.99 In stock. Order now — we'll send it first thing Wednesday morning
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Phantom Deck

29.99 usd

Trick by Joshua Jay ($29.99)

In stock. Order now — we'll send it first thing Wednesday morning
Phantom Deck - magic

Imagine at the end of your close-up performance, you cause every card in the deck to turn TOTALLY the SPECTATOR’S HANDS! Imagine no more—the Phantom Deck is here.

Building on the notion of the popular Omni Deck, The Phantom Deck is an entire pack of transparent, clear cards. When held together, they look, feel, cut, and shuffle like a normal deck...except that every single card is transparent. This allows you to make visual or surprise changes from a normal deck to an “invisible” deck of cards...yet it’s an invisible pack your spectators can touch and spread and feel.

The sides of the deck have been fuse-heat treated in white so they perfectly resemble a normal pack of cards. With one cover card on top, you can place the deck in a spectator’s hands, and she will be unable to feel the difference between the Phantom Deck and a normal pack.

The Phantom Deck comes with a link to a special URL with a full online tutorial.

Since publishing the Phantom Deck, two new credit developments have come to light. Luis de Matos, my esteemed friend, used the same concept (he called it the Crystal Deck) in 1987. And Darius Ziatabari and Lee Hathaway published an effect called The Crystal Method several years prior to the Phantom Deck, and one of the suggested uses was something quite similar to the Phantom Deck.


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    Tony asks: What box does it come in? Is it custom, bicycle, Phoenix? Also is it 52 pieces of plastic or is each piece thicker than a normal card so it’s less than 52?

    • 1. AmazeKids responds: Hi there, These are about the thickness of a playing card and there are approximately 52 in each deck although this varies slightly. The box they come in says Phantom Deck on the box, much like in the product image, so you would need to place these in a new box if you were producing them in that way. We find most people slip them into performance without a box.
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