Gee Whizz Magic Set Review (Drumond Park)
If your young child is into magic or performing shows and expressing their imaginative side then keep reading as this magic set could be an ideal contender for a Christmas present which won’t break the bank. Step aside Paul Daniels (showing my age) or should I say David Blaine, Dynamo or Jamie Raven for this box of tricks doesn’t require years of practicing, can “wow” all ages and is perfect for those family Boxing day get togethers and beyond.
Gee Whizz Magic Set from renowned board game makers Drumond Park is aimed at the younger market of 5 years and upwards however H is now four and a half and is able to perform a good handful of the tricks already… ok he’s not as good as daddy but personally no amount of age will help him do that #sorrynotsorry
Inside the box contains ten different tricks ranging from classics such as cut the rope, through to disappearing parrots (not real ones Mum’s don’t panic) and even making a Flower appear out of nowhere … good for saying sorry to Mum about the disappearing Parrot 🙂
Alongside the tricks themselves comes a really easy to understand and very pictorial instruction manual meaning that the Gee Whizz Magic Set really does live up to its claim that younger children can perform tricks from the off with this set.
There are still a couple of the tricks H is yet to master but after time these will soon come good and who knows, come Boxing Day we could be having a Young Magician show of our own. For now though I’ll leave you with H’s favourite ‘appearing flower’ trick and his magic spell which we have no idea where he has got it from but we are mightily impressed…
Until next time
NB: Gee whizz can be purchased from all good (and some bad) retailers out there and although H and I were provided with our own set for the purposes of the review, all opinions remain our own. Oh and no parrots or Flowers have been harmed in the practicing of magic … so far 😉