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Tricky bottles were invented by Jim Swoger in the 40's. Here is the latest version from The House Of Enchantment, standing 19 inches tall (48 mm) these are "Jumbo Tricky Pins!" The tubes are 5.75 inches across (14.5 mm).
A spectator is invited to take a tube and a bowling pin. They are asked to place their pin in their tube and to follow along. Each of you simotaniously turns your tubes upside down a number of times. When you lift your tubes, the performers pin is always right side up and the spectators is upside down. You can repeat the challenge several times if you wish.You can even switch the pins and tubes during the routine.
The pins are made from plastic and the tubes are steel. (An undercoat was applied to the tubes before painting). By the way, did we mention these are the biggest tricky pins made? Perfect for big time performers on big stages.