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Postby requiemfad » Sat Jan 20, 2007 6:57 pm



First of all, I'd like to say I was "conned" into buying this by Ellusionist. I thought they would teach alot of ring manipulations, they played so much emphasis on the gryphon roll and the insane ladder, and barely talked about de'vos actual routine.

But when I watched the routine, I was not disappointed at all. It truly looks magical with enough practice.

That being said, anyone who owns this please PM me! Im having a little trouble and I could use some advice

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Postby Dakota » Thu Jan 25, 2007 1:43 am

just ordered mine today cant wait 5days-3 weeks and i will be on my way nice review bro

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Postby seige » Thu Jan 25, 2007 9:34 am

requiemfad wrote:First of all, I'd like to say I was "conned" into buying this by Ellusionist. I thought they would teach alot of ring manipulations, they played so much emphasis on the gryphon roll and the insane ladder, and barely talked about de'vos actual routine.

But when I watched the routine, I was not disappointed at all. It truly looks magical with enough practice.

That being said, anyone who owns this please PM me! Im having a little trouble and I could use some advice


PM me your Ellusionist order number, and I'll help...

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Postby Dakota » Thu Jan 25, 2007 11:50 pm

y should he o so u can prove that he has one?
can u help me too i am having troubles ill pm u my number

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Postby Henk » Mon Feb 12, 2007 10:43 pm

hey guys
haven't been online in a while :twisted:
but im still pursueing the dream of becoming a reasonable magician;)

my new obsession is the ring DVD by De'vo..
and the only place I can seem to buy it, is through Ellusionist..
and for me as a dutch person, this is very difficult, since I don't have paypall of whatever..

so my question is, does anyone know of a place on ebay where I can buy a unopened DVD of the ring by de'vo
or some other dutch or at least european magic shop from which I can order it online?

hope someone can help me out;)

hope everyone's doing ok!
greetz
Henk 8)

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Postby dat8962 » Mon Feb 12, 2007 11:54 pm

Try MagicMagic which is on ebay.

John has a great shop and I got my copy from him although he may have to order one in for you.

I don't know how much he charges for shipping to the Netherlands though.

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Postby bronz » Mon Mar 19, 2007 7:33 am

Having received this for my birthday at the weekend I'd like to clarify something....

There's been a lot of talk over what sort of ring works best, how you shouldn't buy one until you've seen the dvd, etc. I was left slightly confused by this as I couldn't quite see how a tighter ring would be so essential for the sort of move used. As it turns out, and Ian Kendall points out above, the move works just as well with any tightness of ring as long as it'll fit on your finger. However if you want to perform De'vo's routine as he does then the impact would be significantly reduced with a looser ring.

Haing said that if you're more interested in the dvd as a reference source for moves, which is what I wanted, then your good old band ring will be just fine. I've been playing with my ring (a silver Wizard G2) wherever I've been all weekend and despite not having actually shown anyone directly a couple of my mates noticed and commented on how cool the basic ring on move looked, so don't worry unduly if you're considering purchasing this but don't have the 'right' type of ring.

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Postby DEvok » Wed Oct 31, 2007 10:55 am

Henk wrote:hey guys
haven't been online in a while :twisted:
but im still pursueing the dream of becoming a reasonable magician;)

my new obsession is the ring DVD by De'vo..
and the only place I can seem to buy it, is through Ellusionist..
and for me as a dutch person, this is very difficult, since I don't have paypall of whatever..

so my question is, does anyone know of a place on ebay where I can buy a unopened DVD of the ring by de'vo
or some other dutch or at least european magic shop from which I can order it online?

hope someone can help me out;)

hope everyone's doing ok!
greetz
Henk 8)


well last option is to buy it, thats what most people do if u dont have away to order it.

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Postby Jacko Spaids » Wed Oct 31, 2007 12:47 pm

ive been wanting this DVD but idk where or what ring to get.

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Postby scott priest » Wed Oct 31, 2007 2:27 pm

Direct from Handlordz http://www.xtremehandz.com/page/page/1177533.htm

Plus lots of other great manipulation DVD's.

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Postby miksulmanis » Sun Apr 13, 2008 7:19 pm

can anybody tell where can i get a ring for this dvd, something like devo is useing??

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Re: DVD - De'Ring

Postby The4thCircle » Thu Apr 26, 2012 6:47 am

I have a question for those who have this and use the moves regularly. Well two really.

1) it's manipulation but can be presented as magic, how well do you think these moves would fit in with ring flights or ring on string/wand effects?

2) how many times did you send a piece of finger jewellery flying across the room during practise?

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Re: DVD - De'Ring

Postby Beardy » Sat Apr 28, 2012 3:33 pm

I once lost a ring for 8 months!

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