Imagine the power to make almost anything in your hands disappear.
Being able to make almost anything disappear, probably more than anything else, makes me feel like a magician. With the Topit I can amaze a person with anything he puts in my hands! Without warning or need to prepare.
The Topit is a powerful, elegantly Low - Tech device that transforms your coat into an amazing ally; it has no moving parts, but it can always-be-ready without restricting any movements or getting in the way.
For over 35 years, while I taught magicians all over the world how to use the Topit, they were teaching me... Literally thousands of magicians taught me what problems and challenges they ran into, and from then I learned how to prevent those problems in the first place. In fact, using the system for learning the Topit taught in The Topit Book 2.0, you might be doing things in a single afternoon that could've taken 6 months to learn through trial and error.
Whether you perform close-up or stand-up magic, the Topit can create Vanishes and Productions that simply aren't possible using any other method, so any student hoping to master any genre of magic should consider an understanding of the Topit as a natural rite-of-passage.
The Topit Design
After 35 years the design has evolved into the most solid, dependable form I've ever used. Even if a tailor has no idea what the Topit is, he or she can use the complete sewing instructions to install a Topit into as many coats as you'd like.
I've rewritten and updated everything to include insights than can only come from teaching the Topit to thousands of magicians for over thirty years. Because one of the most important things I've learned is you can master the Topit in a fraction of the time if you follow a very specific sequence as you learn to use it. Unfortunately, if you don't go about learning it in the right way, you might actually be hurting yourself every time you practice!
Written by Michael Ammar
Illustrated by Richard Kaufmann
20 Online support videos
NOTE: Does not include: Topit pattern, poster or digital ebook on CD.
Expected availability around Wednesday 29 October, 2014.