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Alright so I've been debating on buying this product for a long time because of all of the constant bad reviews that I've read but the other day I decided to bite the bullet and buy it for my own sake. This thing is a lot of fun!!! I've come across a pattern from other reviews of people hurting themselves or it breaking or not being able to close. The people who write the bad reviews do not do any research into this product or how to use it correctly. Yes, it is somewhat sharp on the edges, which can easily be fixed with sandpaper or wearing gloves. It shoots out with a decent amount of force so it is somewhat dangerous, definitely practice outside or in a large open space before doing anything inside. And to collapse it, you have to twist the larger end in the opposite direction it spirals in, and push it down a couple inches at a time as you twist it. Overall, this thing is a hell of a lot of fun and surprised my friends quite a bit. Watch a couple videos online on how to use it, and you'll thoroughly enjoy and have a blast. Also, NO it is not meant to be used as a weapon, however once it opens up, I found that if you twist it IN the direction it spirals in, it becomes quite a bit more structurally sturdy and can for sure give someone a good few light whacks without it unspiralling. And if it does unspiral, there are quite a few videos on how to fix it. Don't be deceived by the bad reviews like I almost was, this was so worth my money in my opinion haha.
Bought two after seeing this on a YouTube clip. Got them very quickly. After reading other reviews, I was very careful activating it. Not really all that dangerous. If you point it at yourself or someone else, it could leave a bruise or possibly even knock out a tooth, but, with normal caution, it is no more dangerous than a bee bee gun. And appropriate for similar ages. I found it to be a blast to play with. There are no instructions with it and they are needed. To activate it, hold it tightly with your thumb on the round tip. Make sure it is not pointed at yourself or another or anything breakable. Pull the pin back and out 90 degrees. Release your thumb and look badass. To recollapse it, put the tip on the ground and push down on the base while turning the shaft in different areas to loosen it. As the shaft compresses, continue pushing and turning until the pin comes out the base. Re-engage the pin to secure it closed, then turn the pin and keep pushing until it is back the way it was in the beginning. It took me about three minutes to do this. All in all, this is a fun toy to startle your friends with or to play Kung fu master. Enjoy.
This is not a toy for kids or even young adults, It doesnt come with directions or at least mine didn't. I got it for my husband jist as a neat little gift. Because mine didnt come with instructions we didn't have a clue how to get it to pop out. There is a pin that hold this together once that pin is removed it comes shooting out pretty fast so DO NOT have it pointing it at anyone!! Like I said we didnt know how to make it come out my husband was just looking at it trying to figure it out and the pin fell out of it and it came shooting past my head. It has a solid thick pointy end on it and had it hit me it definitely wouldn't had felt good and possibly knocked me out so just please, anyone that buys this be safe!
I bought one of these for costume parties. 10/10 will buy more for vacations and maybe even Comic Cons. My wife even called me Darth Maul, so now I'm thinking about making it into the full themed costume.
This is a retractable stick. The hollow one. It won't be heavy. It cannot be used as a self-defense weapon, just the kind of props used for performance or play. The operation is very simple. It has a button, just need to flip that button and it will pop out and become a stick. And the closing process is just the same, but slower, than the opening. Nothing too much, just a cool trick staff.
It's a great magic shrinking stick. I used it when I was performing at school some time ago. The performance was great. My friends were shocked at how I did it. The quality is also very good. I haven't had it for a long time. Any problem, you can expand and contract multiple times, it is highly recommended for those who want to have a great performance effect.
I read many people's comments, most of them are talking about how bad this product is, and of course some people say it is good. So I have studied this product carefully during the time I got it. It is simple to use and very sensitive, but pay attention to safety, and the operations when it is to be recovered must be in order. But I don’t think it’s a problem after proficiency.
Magic is one of the cool things my son liked, so this was my present for his birthday on his birthday, he was very happy after school. Even created some kind of performance routine with it.
This is a fun item just for show and skits. I wore gloves when learning how to use based in other reviews. Now I am comfortable using it during presentations at work. The cane is stronger than expected so you can tap your table with it if you want but it will more than likely scare or startle coworkers.
Fun to mess around with and surprise people with. The only thing I can say tho, you really need to wear gloves, otherwise you may cut the finger during closing. When opening and closing it don't point it at your face or body, that should be common sense.
This has been fun for my husband to use to show his “magic” abilities to the kids. It is easily extended & was surprisingly small when not extended. It took a little practice to get it closed the first time, but once it was figured out, there were no other issues. It definitely does extend quick, so be careful!
Was a bit worried reading the other comments, but ended up pleasantly surprised. I think the key thing is to be careful the first 3-5 times of use, especially the first time. It now telescopes down pretty quickly and is easy enough to use. It's essentially just a giant coiled spiral.
This company is run by some pretty phenomenal people who genuinely care about this company and sell even better products! Everyone was so nice and answered my emails super quick.
This is a fun item but be aware it is not meant for any form of combat. It's just a cool stick that opens really fast. Be careful when it deploys so it does not fly out of your grasp.
It is great for magic and surprising people but you really need to know how to use it first. Watch a YouTube video on how to use it then you will know how to close it and if it unwraps it is fixable you just need to know what your doing.
Easy to operate,So I deided to have this to tryout.It's really fun and can be reused,you need to do your research first,personally recommend wearing gloves for practice.Its a really fun trick and a great way to waste time.
When I saw the ad for this, I thought it looked cool, the best way to open it is to actually let go of it for a split second and let it shoot out both the top and bottom of your fist, so you end up holding it in the middle.
Words of advice, I've handled that thing for a while. When it comes to contracting it back into the pocket size, NEVER and I mean NEVER push it without twisting it clockwise first. That way it looses up the tension and making it easier for you to push.
After playing with this thing for an hour I had cuts all over my hands and a good bruise on my chest from pointing the thing at myself by accident. Coiling it back up is hard and the damn thing could take an eye out if your not careful. I wouldn't buy this for children unless your kid is trained in combat, or your the cool uncle.
They ain't joking when they say you should wear the gloves that come with it, at least one on your non-dominant hand.Retracting it requires a certain touch and the tutorials I could find only kinda help. But it feels solid and after some practice, while wearing the glove this time, I'm sure I'll get the hang of it.
And interesting things. But you have to be careful when you play this. Sometimes it's a little sensitive, don't aim at the face, or it will hit your face directly, and it may hit your eyes! It just needs to be pinched with two fingers, and it will come out immediately. But now I can control it very well. It's really cool.
There are no instructions with it, but I watched the videos to know how to open it and close. Make sure it is not pointed at yourself or another or anything breakable. Pull the pin back and out 90 degrees. Release your thumb and look badass.
I like this magic wand, although I can't master it yet. But I must be able to use it skillfully. It has a certain sense of weight. It stretches very fast. You can’t even see clearly. So you have to be careful.
After the arrival of the product, I opened it carefully, it opened a little strong, do not open it in the direction of people.I don't let my kids play either. Because it is dangerous for children. I can use it to perform magic tricks for my children and make my children happy. I can also perform martial arts for my children.It's an interesting toy.
Worked great and was very fun to play with. Would recommend this product to anybody looking for an easy simple gift, I guess.
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