In the No Way Box the spectator signs a coin. The magician makes the coin disappear and brings out a strange-looking case sealed with rubber bands. The spectator removes the rubber bands and opens the case to find… another case sealed with rubber bands! When they open this case they find a small bag sealed with more rubber bands, which contains their signed coin!
A simple, yet baffling mystery that is sure to amaze and bemuse your audience. To this with a little magical know-how, this trick is similar to a ‘lightning box’ and ‘coin to nest’ of boxes’. Very easy to do with written and video instructions included.
Who is the ‘No Way Box’ for?
Children aged 8 and above (or much older!) who are into magic will love this trick as it is easy, impressive, and not seen in most other magic sets. Please use your discretion and choose age-appropriate gifts for the recipient. Contains small parts which are not suitable for children under 3 years old
Is this item good for adults?
Absolutely! In fact, this is one of the few items we especially recommend for adults, as it is perfect for entertaining adult mates and winning a free drink or two
The ‘No Way Box‘ seems a little too advanced for me…
No problem! We also have easier card tricks and sets that are perfect for beginners, such as the Stripper Deck which allows you to do over 10 amazing tricks with barely any practice. As well as Fifty Greatest Card Tricks, a brilliant set by Marvin’s Magic that introduces you to tricks with many different gimmicked card decks and packet tricks.
Do you recommend any other tricks to go with this set?
Yes! Additionally, one of our other bestselling tricks is the Svengali Deck. This is one of the most popular magic tricks in the world and has been used by beginners and magicians alike for centuries. Click here to see what it does!
What makes the ‘Haunted Deck‘ so great?
This trick is an excellent introduction to the world of card magic, above all it is simple, impressive and easy to learn.
These tricks are time-tested ways to get everyone off their screens and interacting with each other. They are excellent for developing strong interpersonal skills, effective communication, and presentation abilities, across different groups and generations.