T-177 Phantoma

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T-177 Phantoma

Post by JohnM » Mon Nov 24, 2014 1:00 pm

Name: Phantoma

T-Number: T-177

Inventor: Tomoyuki Shimomura

Year: 1996


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VIDEO of T-177 Phantoma and T-209 Ghost Pet


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T-177 Phantoma on PLANET TENYO

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Re: T-177 Phantoma

Post by Shan » Mon Nov 24, 2014 3:30 pm

I think it's ok I guessed right how it was done before I had bought it.
I see magic enough to know what's going on in the video:P
But for non magic folks, it's surprising how they like this one.
My friend actually thought this is a very good trick! Better than my beloved geometric!
I find it amusing how opinions can differ so much if you are a magician or not

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Re: T-177 Phantoma

Post by David DeTenyo » Tue Nov 25, 2014 2:21 am

(Loosely) based on the now hard to find Invisible Man (which used an envelope) this is a cute litle trick. As a stand alone item perhaps not that impressive but in combination with some other tricks a wonderfull routine can be accomplished; as John Mazza already mentioned Phantoma is a great utility device.
A combination with Ghost Pet is a possibility but there are other possibilitites like use it with Trap Box (rattle box --> rattle box).

Mike from this forum has a great routine with Ghost Lamp which you can read here.

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Re: T-177 Phantoma

Post by SimonC » Tue Nov 25, 2014 4:52 pm

I like it because it looks cool but I rarely use it as the hanky is t something youcan just pull out of your pocket. give it a few years and you'll see a new type of magic hanky I'm sure, as there a materials that can change rigidity when a current is passed through them. you heard it here first guys and gal ;)
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Re: T-177 Phantoma

Post by Brett H » Tue Nov 25, 2014 6:19 pm

I think Phantoma is interesting because you're getting more of a themed routine than a trick.
So it's like a 3D packet trick.

But what's surprisjng about it is that even though both the house and hanky are relatively easy tricks, the theme is surprisingly versatile with other tricks.

It's a neat concept that I hope Tenyo does with a future trick
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Re: T-177 Phantoma

Post by Richard Kaufman » Fri Mar 13, 2015 2:24 pm

This is just a "Glorpy" with a second prop added to it only so they could sell it as a new product. The little house is unnecessary and detracts from the effect.

Just use the high-quality "Glorpy" hank you get with the trick and you can't beat it.

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Re: T-177 Phantoma

Post by Steve S. » Sat Mar 09, 2019 12:40 pm

For me, combining two previously available props...Haunted Hank/Glory with a Rattle Box is a good idea. Tenyo redesigned the Rattle Box prop to suit the routine theme and the handkerchief design and color looks great.

Watch Japanmagic’s demo of Phantoma and see it’s full potential!
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