Visualies Gaff System (Gimmicks and Online Instructions) By Mechanic Industries

Regular price $35.00

With its cutting-edge visual illusions and capabilities, the Visualies Gaff System is set to completely revolutionize card magic. Picking up where the Optricks Red Deck left off, this deck of cards unlocks unfathomable potential for gaff cards.

And, let’s just get this out of the way at the start, these are not gaffs that you’re going to use for Instagram and then immediately put back in your drawer. The Visualies Gaff System offers the opportunity for magicians to showcase truly innovative and visual card magic in ANY performing scenario.

It is ready to go from the second you take it out of the card box. Which, did we mention, looks like it’s empty at first thanks to a clever gaff. Use the Visualies Gaff System on it’s own or combine it with the Optricks Red Deck. The only limit is your imagination.

Each deck includes access to an in-depth, high-definition instructional video that shows you the more than 15 distinct capabilities of the Visualies Gaff System. You’ll learn both basic and advanced handlings and uncover how certain elements can be chained together to create a truly powerful card magic routine.

Perform visual miracles such as:

  • Opening your card magic set by producing a full deck of cards from a clearly empty card box.
  • Animating your Ambitious Card routine by having a card visually rise out of the deck.
  • Jay Sankey’s “In a Flash” without drilling through a deck of cards.
  • Making the deck transparent, placing it over a real coin and then making that coin disappear
  • A flashy and seemingly impossible sandwich effect
  • A Torn & Restored card trick that can be repeated with the same card

This is just a small sampling of the mind-blowing miracles that can be performed with the Visualies Gaff System. You have to see this stuff to believe it. So, watch the video and see for yourself. (Note that a few of the effects in the trailer feature "Instagram" style methods that couldn't be duplicated in real life. They look great on video, but would be impractical in performance.)