Saturday, 26 September 2015

Gross Magic Set **REVIEW** and GIVEAWAY!

Are you looking for a gift this Christmas that is sure to keep any child entertained? Then look no further than the Gross Magic set! The Gross magic set is full to bursting with truly outrageous gags and tricks that plumb new depths when it comes to horrendously bad taste yet fantastically gross magic!


Your children will soon be expertly slipping from revolting tricks to stomach turning gags with the help of the Gross Magic set. The set comes with instructions on how to complete the tricks which are clear and easy to read. Some tricks did require more practice than others.

The Gross Magic set is definitely great value for money and is full to the brim with props and other gross items to aid in your gross trickery! The set contains enough products to complete over 40 tricks. Intriegued what is inside? Think slime, poo, cockroaches and eyeballs and your half way there, although there are many many more as you can see from the picture. Of course what Gross Magic set would be complete without a few bogie tricks and this set definitely has several of those!


Over all James really enjoyed the Gross Magic set. Whilst the set is aimed at ages 8+ James is only 6 but still thoroughly enjoyed playing. Some of the tricks did require some practice but I think this would be the case for an 8 year old too. James found it hilarious to scare his Nanny with the fake cockroaches and amaze his Grampy by making poo stained loo roll clean again!


I think this set is great value for money and is a fab way to inexpensively get children intrigued and laughing at the intrigue of magic. I am certain this will be a set that will be brought out time and time again especially when friends come over.


The Gross Magic set is priced at £19.99 and is aimed at children aged 8+. To find a stockist visit the Drumond Park website.

Do you know someone who would love the Gross Magic set? Then why not enter the Rafflecopter giveaway below.

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Giveaway open to UK residents only. Winner will be selected at random via Rafflecopter and then emailed via the email address provided during entry. Winner will need to reply within 28 days or another winner will be randomly selected from the correct entrants. Prize will be provided via company. 


**I was not paid for this post, I was sent this item in return for an honest review. 

All thoughts and opinions in this post are my own and written by me. **

80 comments:

  1. Rabbit out of a hat!

    Ashleigh

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  2. A bunny out of a hat - have seen it happen and was amazed!

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  3. I like watching Dynamo - levitating person always amazes me.

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  4. i went to see criss angel in vegas he was fab

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  5. I like the one where they saw someone in half.

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  6. Definitely when I saw a magician made someone 'disappear' from his magic box!

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  7. I saw a magician make a large duck appear out of a small hankerchief that had "fallen" onto pool side tiles. No idea how he did it!

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  8. When they saw someone in half always wondered how they did it x

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  9. I have always loved magic. I love seeing people levitate, confuses me so much, lol! If you haven't seen it already you much watch Now You See Me- it's a great film :) x

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  10. Me & my son love magic :D Our favourite trick was when Dynamo walked on water. Amazing!

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  11. I love the trick where you magician changes his clothes within seconds, I wish I could get changed that quickly

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  12. I love all card tricks they are fascinating

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  13. I always like it when they cut someone in half

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  14. Pulling the rabbit out the hat.

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  15. mine would be card tricks, any tbh i just love them :)

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  16. Dynamo - everything he does is magic!

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  17. I love vanishing acts, it always amazes me how the magician (or his assistant) vanishes and reappears elsewhere

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  18. I love the coin behind the ear trick!

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  19. I love all of Dynamos tricks they are just mind boggeling x x

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  20. Best magic trick I saw was in vega when a magician floated a white tiger in the air. To this day I have no idea how he did it x

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  21. I saw one once where a chap seemingly made a bird cage, complete with dove, appear in his hands from nowhere.

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  22. i like magic tricks ive been watching tricked on itv xx

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  23. my teenage son had gross majic he loved it.

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  24. I saw David Copperfiled Live in Vegas on my honeymoon, he made a motorbike dissapear, about 10 ft in front of me.... it was amazing!!!!

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  25. there was a girl on BGT and he disappeared with her motorbike, it was really clever!

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  26. My favourite is anything by Dynamo!

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  27. I love everything about Dynamo... he is an increidble magician!

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  28. When a person disappears and reappears somewhere else

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  29. The Cup and Ball Trick with the great Paul Daniels.

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  30. I always cringe when I see the lady cut in half

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  31. I like close up magic, it feels more personal, and when people can make things appear from no where i always find that impressive

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  32. Rabbit out of a hat never gets old

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  33. It was at my nieces wedding and they had a magician to entertain the guests,and he had a coin that we were told to examine,we did and it was an ordinary 1p.he then asked my husbands name put a cloth over it and when he removed the cloth the coin had vanished bu he reached behind my husband's ear and when he pulled it out it had my husbands name on it !

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  34. it was that card trick on britains got talent this year, but cant remember name of the bloke that did it

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  35. My kids love magic tricks, but they freak me out! I don't like not understanding how things work lol

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  36. I love pulling things out from behind ears!

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  37. Producing a white rabbit out of a top hat

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  38. I'm not sure but I like to watch Jonathan Creek and used to love Paul Daniels when I was little!

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  39. Because my father always did it, pulling coins out of my ear when I was a child.

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  40. My kids do a great one - they make cakes disappear

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  41. I saw Dynamo perform at Glastonbury...everything he does amazes me

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  42. Pulling coins from behind ears to give to me as my uncle used to do it to me as a child :)

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  43. i love the old saw a person in half trick :D

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  44. Sawing someone in half is one of my favourites, its always good to watch x

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  45. I have no personal favorite as these days everything is mind bogglingly fab, as a kids trick I don't think you can beat pulling a real rabbit out of a hat

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  46. I saw Penn and Teller in Las Vegas and they did an amazing magic trick catching a bullet.

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  47. In Las Vegas I saw a magician make a car disappear - that was impressive

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  48. I saw a magician in Las Vegas making birds appear & reappear in a cage.

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  49. The one where it appears they put a playing card through a solid piece of glass

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  50. I like disappearing or re appearing tricks

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  51. I love Dynamo's phone in a bottle trick.

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  52. I like it when they make things disappear and then I spend ages trying to work out how and what, never do though.

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  53. I love the tricks where the magician is suddenly over the other side of the theatre/room - how do they do that??

    Kelly-Ellen Hirst

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  54. I am just now watching Dynamo on TV. He is just amazing!

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  55. has to be the rabbit out the hat trick

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  56. anything Dynamo does, can't wait to see him on tour

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