T-131 Moons of Jupiter

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09 Superior
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08 Excellent
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07 Very Good
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T-131 Moons of Jupiter

Postby JohnM » Thu Oct 04, 2018 9:11 am

Name: Moons of Jupiter

T-Number: T-131

Inventor: Hideo Kato

Year: 1987



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Re: T-131 Moons of Jupiter

Postby gazpratley » Thu Oct 04, 2018 9:54 am

Love this trick, i was lucky to get this sealed {brand new old stock} i did open the package very carefully though!! just had to play with it ;)
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Re: T-131 Moons of Jupiter

Postby David DeTenyo » Thu Oct 04, 2018 11:00 am

I'm giving this a 'superior' rating (9/10). It is baffling and quite easy to do. The props are very colorfull and will draw attention of your spectators. The routine makes sense. All in all a must have for every magic collector.

The reason I'm not giving this a perfect score is you do need to do EXACTLY as the manual sais: lifting, tilting, reversing, keeping things in place ... . And even then, sometimes, something goes wrong, but that has to do with the (your :) ) handling.

So this is not a trick that requires 'zero' practice and can 'never' go wrong (as in: 100% self working). Although very easy to do, get comfortable with your set if you have one.

One of Tenyo's best ever.
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Re: T-131 Moons of Jupiter

Postby VictorS » Thu Oct 04, 2018 11:55 am

It is an excellent trick but still on my wish list unfortunately :(
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Re: T-131 Moons of Jupiter

Postby Roberto B. » Thu Oct 04, 2018 3:08 pm

I like this one a lot.....very clever...a very unusual and intricate gimmick.
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Re: T-131 Moons of Jupiter

Postby Rob Rand » Thu Oct 04, 2018 4:35 pm

I agree that this is a very good Tenyo item.

But because the discs are rather large, it's not always so easy to perform it fluent, as David already stated.
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Re: T-131 Moons of Jupiter

Postby HerveM » Fri Oct 05, 2018 3:22 pm

Whith Tenyo, there are tricks that sometimes seems to be toys and sometimes tricks are very professional.
Moons of Jupiter is clearly part of the second category!
I put 9/10 because I like this tricks which is different from what Tenyo usually realise.
And moreover, it's beautiful! Perhaps I should have put 10/10 :roll:
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Re: T-131 Moons of Jupiter

Postby Olaf S » Mon Oct 08, 2018 10:11 am

Had with it already some surprises where it didn't run smoothly
Very nice trick that requires a concentrated performance ...
Very appealing colours and a pleasantly larger design
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