Dream Table, Rinbo Monte, Omni Tool & ThreeSum | Craig & Ryland's Magic Review Show

Welcome back to another brand new episode of the Magic Review Show. Today Craig & Ryland will be reviewing & performing four new products released to the magic community. The products this week are Omni Tool, Dream Table, Rinbo Monte and ThreeSum.


Dream Table, Rinbo Monte, Omni Tool & ThreeSum | Craig & Ryland's Magic Review Show


If you're unfamiliar with this series, the father and son team of Craig & Ryland Petty look at the latest magic products released to the community and give you their honest thoughts about them. We're not associated with any magic company. Our reviews are completely unbiased.


Omni Tool


The first routine Craig & Ryland checked out and performed is Omni Tool by Julien Losa & Magic Dream. Ingeniously hidden in a foreign language learning game, Omni Tool allows you to perform a complete mentalism routine in all conditions (close-up, parlour and stage). You will be able to perform effects such as mind reading, word divination, drawing duplications, pseudo psychometric effect, readings and Q&As. Craig strongly recommends this routine, giving it a 95% rating while Ryland follows up with a close up 100%. It's really strong for close ups without any downsides.


Dream Table


The second gimmick is Dream Table by Gee Magic. With this, you will be able to switch an object automatically, without touching it. You can switch objects such as decks of cards, signed bills and cards, Rubik’s cubes or anything that you want, which makes this prop a table with endless possibilities only limited by your imagination. If you perform regularly on stage, this is a really well produced item for you to use. Craig & Ryland gave this gimmick a perfect 100% rating each.


Rinbo Monte


Our third product to review is Rinbo Monte by Leo Smetsers. Leo first released Rinpo Monte in limited quantities in 2009. Since then it has been a staple in his act. Since then Leo has released another 170 units of this great effect. Not only is it a great Monte effect but it's probably one of the easiest to learn and perform. If you like Monte style effects, then this is for you and if you have always wanted to learn one this is a super easy one to start with. Craig recommends this routine to include with your act, giving it a 90% rating while Ryland followed up with a close 97%.


Three Sum


The fourth & final product reviewed this week is ThreeSum by David Jonathan. You've probably seen Craig perform this routine on a previous Magic Live. ThreeSum is a super direct and powerful routine with a regular shuffled deck. Best of all, as unbelievable as this may sound, it requires no setup, every selection is a genuinely free choice and it is 100% impromptu. This is all thanks to the ancient principle that has been unearthed and entirely reworked from the ground up to create this deceptive miracle. It's a brilliant routine that scored a 92% & 95% rating respectively from Craig & Ryland.


That's everything we have to review in this week's Magic Review Show. The products were amazing and will definitely be seen again in the future. Check out the full show below and let us know what you think of these products in the comments below. 👇👇👇