How Does the Phantom Saucer Work

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How Does the Phantom Saucer Work

You’ve seen it on TV. Your kids are dying for you to get them one but you’re not sold on it just yet. So how does the Phantom Saucer work and is it a good buy? First, before I tell you how it works watch the bandit below using the Phantom Saucer… according to him it’s magic… it’s out of this world!

First of all, my son was a bit disappointed once he opened the box and realized it’s not exactly magic BUT once he started using the Phantom Saucer he absolutely loved it!

Phantom Saucer** Spoiler Alert **

Of course, now you are definitely wanting to know how does the Phantom Saucer work… I first seen the Phantom Saucer in action at Blogger Bash in NYC. Like an idiot I didn’t even think of how it works. Now I realize how easy it is to figure out how it’s floating in mid-air as seen on tv and in person. I was like, wow, how does that work?

The Phantom Saucer comes with 8 very thin strings attached to a small plastic ball and 8 pieces of stick putty. The trick is to take the end of the string with the sticky putty and place it behind your ear. Once you have that end in place, take the end with the plastic ball and attach it to the Phantom Saucer. The saucer will be floating at about waist level. We found it easiest to wrap it around one of my son’s fingers on his top hand. He was able to get better control this way.

Be sure to practice up before showing your friends how you have become the greatest magician of all time! My son was so excited to show his dad and Pa. Although he was disappointed it wasn’t a magic piece of cardboard, the more he played with it the more excited he was to show everyone how he could make it float and defy gravity!

Would I buy the Phantom Saucer? Yes, absolutely! My son has had so much fun with it. The string is extra thin and does break easy so you have to be very careful with it when sticking it behind your ear.

The saucer is made of a cardboard material but seems to hold up well. It might not be best for very young children as they might damage it. My son is nine and he was able to quickly learn how it works.

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You can purchase your own Phantom Saucer online for just $10 plus shipping and handling.

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Melanie Kampman

Melanie Kampman is a web designer, developer and owner of Giveaway Bandit and Farm News for Kids. She lives in Northwest Missouri on a large family farm with her husband and eight year old son, the Giveaway Bandit. They raise cattle with a variety of pets including horses, chickens, ducks, and a slew of cats. By Melanie Kampman If you are interested in writing a sponsored post on Giveaway Bandit please email me at melanie (at) giveawaybandit (dot) com.

1 Comment
  1. Just watched the video; this looks like it would be really fun to play with, and the price is very affordable. Thanks for posting!

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