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Knitting Ninja Review
One streaming video, two knitting needles, two silks, a bunch o' yarn, $30 bucks and one Knitting Ninja Review. Is it gem or is it rubble? Stay tuned to find out.
Knitting Ninja Review: Effect
Just like the cartoons, you knit a silk or a sock seemingly out of thin air.
Knitting Ninja Review: Method
The method is a very standard concept that you've probably used tons of times in tons of different ways. It's a completely legitimate technique that just about anyone can do. It's virtually angle proof and super easy to do.
Knitting Ninja Review: Ad Copy Integrity
The ad copy is solid. It makes no bold or outrageous misleading claims. The video trailer shows you what it look likes. In fact, in the video trailer they leave out the most important part which is the fact that your hands are clearly shown empty before you begin, yet you still seem to knit a silk from nowhere. So if anything, they undersold the effect rather than oversold it.
Knitting Ninja Review: Product Quality
The training video is produced well. It's short (17 minutes), but it covers everything with a fair amount of detail. Plus the supplied props are good quality as well and should last you forever. Of course the yarn and/or the silks may wear out over time, but those can easily be replaced from a craft store and a magic supplier respectively.
You get everything you need except for one special something that you'll have to supply. However, you probably already have this, but if not, a couple of bucks at your favorite magic dealer, and problem solved. The reason this is not included is a legitimate reason that I can't go into without exposing the method, but the fact that it's not included is NOT a negative mark against the product.
Knitting Ninja Review: Final Thoughts
If you like the visuals and/or the idea of knitting something from thin air (just like the cartoons), then you'll love this, and $30 bucks is a reasonable price to pay for everything you get.
5 Stars with a Stone Status of Gem.
Available at your Favorite Magic Dealer. Dealer's see Murphy's Magic for details.