In an evolutionary leap from the best selling trick of 2008, comes The Gecko Extreme by Andy Amyx and RosenGadgets. As with the original Gecko you could vanish borrowed objects in an instant. With the Gecko Extreme upgrade, you can accomplish those same fantastic vanishes AND TRANSFORM their item in full view. The Gecko Extreme is designed to work WITH and supercharge your original Gecko.
With ALL NEW gimmicks, new training and performance material straight from the creators, The Gecko Extreme pushes the original Gecko beyond it's boundaries.
NOTE: You must own the original Gecko to be able to use the Gecko Extreme (However, for a limited time if you purchase both of them together, the Gecko and the Gecko Extreme, we will give an extra 10% discount off the already low sale price of the Gecko! We want everyone to own one of these killer devices!)
The Gecko Extreme includes:
• The Gecko Tail (GT) which allows you to transform those objects as well as vanish them. To have the ability to make an object dissapear is a fantastic feat in magic. But, to CHAGE the molecular structure of an object that your SPECTATOR just handed to you... now that's the type of magic that put you on the recognition list. The Gecko Tail (GT) is your key element to making your Gecko work this feat.
• The Gecko Quick (GQ) - GQ is a new “holster” for the Gecko, so you can hook up even faster and cleaner than before. The original Gecko is not complete without this quick hook up. Now, you can allow your hand to use it's open finger and natural movements up until the LAST SECONDS. Use the Gecko Quick to load up on-the-fly and keep your performance as natural as the wind.
• A new Full-featured training DVD by Andy Amyx that goes into EVEN MORE DETAIL about what can be possible with the Gecko using the Gecko Extreme:
• GT Sugar Transformation
• GT Dollar Bill Exchange
• Back Hand Vanish
• Thumb Palm Exchanges
• Rub-Away Vanish
• Pick Up Vanish
• Crystal Ball Revelation
• Ring Vanish
• Arm Band
• T-Shirt Vanish
• Quad Transposition
Expected availability around Wednesday 24 September, 2014.