"...this is a wonderful, quirky effect that looks exactly like it would if someone really could remove their finger to remove their ring. "
-James Sanden, MyLovelyAssistantFull Review
-Ekaterina, ReviewerFull Review
"The method is devilishly simple and does not require any unusual digital dexterity. I would recommend this to anyone looking for a quick effect with a little shock value." -John Wilson, Magic Magazine
"Do you think the illusion in the ad trailer looks good/convincing? If you do, then the next question is: Do you want to add this to your repertoire? If the answer is yes to both of those, then go for it. "
-Jeff Stone, MagicReviewed.comFull Review
"Looks amazing, and REAL. One of those knacky things which, if you put the practice in, will give you a stunning moment of WTF, and let’s face it, we all need more WTF’s in our work!" -Steve Valentine, Reviewer
Recommended for fans of Meir Yedid's "Finger Fantasies," street magicians, and anyone who enjoys spending time and practicing impromptu body magic. -Danny Orleans, Genii Magazine
-David Kenney, ReviewerFull Review
While the illusion is brief, "On/Off" is surprising, fun and convincing. It’s a quick trick that you can add to your close-up repertoire. It’s also a fun answer to spectators who want to show you the “thumb trick.”
-Wayne Kawamoto, Magic.About.comFull Review
"It is similar to the thumb removal trick that your Uncle used to do to you when you were five, but this is for audiences of all ages and it will really fool you. It is incredibly visual and when done with fluidity it will get a great reaction and often freaks out the spectators. Be expecting to hear “Do it again!”."
-Stuart Philip, MyLovelyAssistantFull Review
"Nicholas is a clever guy with a lot of great ideas to share. The gimmick you recieve with the DVD allows you to perform a super clean handling of the effect. However, I am super impressed by the one ring impromptu handling. This is completely on the spot and this will freak people out. I am in love with it, quite literally. This is a great investment."
-James Conti, ReviewerFull Review
"With practice most people should be able to master
this, and once you do you’ll be able to freak your audiences
out and they’ll be convinced your finger really
can come off." -Paul Romhany, *Reviews Vanish Magazine
"it's a very clean, very deceptive removal of your little finger."
-David Penn, Wizard Product ReviewsFull Review