INKED

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$30

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The Blurb

Inked is a powerful mindreading effect that fits in your wallet!

Tattoos are becoming a big part of popular culture and a way for many people to express themselves. Our good friend Fred Darevil has created a packet mind reading effect that you are going to love performing.

Imagine having your spectator think of a tattoo from a choice of 25 (no force) and a part of their body to be tattooed. You ask them to imagine the needle touching that part of their body, as they are imagining this you start to feel their pain, revealing not only what part of their body they choose but also the exact image (with no fishing)!

Inked comes with 10 beautifully designed full colour plastic cards (that will last a lifetime) and full access to the in-depth teaching video.

Inked is easy to do and something you will carry with you everywhere!

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Jheff's Guide

WHAT IT IS:
Effect with Props

HOW ACCURATE OR COMPLETE THE BLURB IS:
Mostly, but still contains everything you need to know.

WHAT’S NOT INCLUDED THAT YOU NEED OR NEED TO KNOW:
The 10 cards together are about 1/4″ thick.  That’s way too much to be able to fit inside one’s wallet.

SUITABLE VENUES:
Close-up, Walkaround

JHEFF’S JUDGMENT:
Aside from the fact that this effect relies on whether it fits with your persona, Alakazam’s version of an older item (Fred Darevil’s GOLD DRAGON TATTOO, which I favorably reviewed) is just a disaster.  The business info on the back of each card is so unforgivably and inconceivably off (six digit zip code, well-known street name spelled wrong, phone number area code has four digits) that its obvious inauthenticity renders this nigh unusable.