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Rise by Sean Scott



Rise Instantly restore a crushed Soda Can - Performed on worldwide TV by pro’s such as Dynamo & Troy

Rise by Sean Scott shocked spectators as they witnessed a crushed (and signed) Red Bull can completely inflate to its original state. The can is then handed out to be opened, and even drank.


Rise is a hyper-visual restoration of a Red Bull can that has been crushed into a flat puck of metal. With a stomp of the foot, your spectators will be astounded as the can fully inflates under your foot. You have your audience inspect the can out with (or without) a signature, where they can freely open that can and even drink the contents. Many years of development, engineering and real-world testing by Sean has resulted in a highly-practical and stunningly visual moment that will shower your audience in disbelief.


This is raw, in-your-face, street magic that uses an everyday object to create a once in a lifetime moment.


- Low-profile, specially designed & tested deployment apparatus.

- Easy to learn & perform.

- Show soles of shoes.

- No shoe restrictions.

- Signed can version included.

- Resets in seconds.

- No assembly required.

- works with any type of narrow red bull size can

- Over 90 minutes of streaming instructions, tips, bonuses & performance ideas.

'Rise is absolute childsplay to use. Just grab a can of redbull, load it into the gimmick and activate the device when you want. You have total control. Reset just involves going somewhere private and loading in another can, then away you go.. You can see in an instant that the 2 years of road testing, modifying and development that went into the finished product was well worth it. 

Is it easy to use? yes. You just load in a can and you are ready to go. Load another can, and you are reset..

One of the most practical and well made magic devices I've seen in over a decade of running the magic shop. Recommended' - Dominic Reyes



What’s the RISE gimmick like? Is it practical?

The RISE apparatus has been machine manufactured and is made to be
user friendly:
- Thin & comfortable, low-profile design
- Lightweight, under 4oz
- Collapses to be streamline
- Release mechanism is under the performer's control
- Apparatus holds can securely until needed

Will I have to have my clothes altered to use RISE?

Trousers/shoes do not need to be altered, suggestions on pants/shoes are
discussed in the instructional download.

Is Rise suitable for really world conditions?

RISE has been performed on tv and regularly in real world situations. The
testing for RISE was completed on the streets of Las Vegas over three
years. It is not just a “TV effect”, but looks just as good, if not better, live.

What about angles?

RISE can be viewed from the front and sides, just not the extreme
sides or behind like many magic effects. It is very workable for small
groups of people.

Do you end clean after the effect?

Performer's shoes and hands can be shown clean after effect.

What is the set-up like?

Minimal assembly required. Apparatus comes ready to use.

Is the can a real, normal can?

A sealed beverage/can is produced, which can be immediately handed to
spectator. They may open and drink it if they wish, completely

Which cans work best with RISE?

RISE is designed for a particular size of can, it is not limited to Red Bull.
This size of can was found to be the most efficient and practical for the
effect. It is possible other designs of cans/bottles could work. Highly-
carbonated beverages are not recommended.

Does it come with clear instructions?

The RISE instructional video is very thorough and goes through all aspects
of the effect, so the performer gets the best effect.

Could I make a small object transform into a can of drink, with RISE?

Yes. Other miscellaneous objects to stomp down on could be incorporated in
place of the crushed can, such as; coins, aluminum foil, bottle cap, etc....
This would still create a visual transition to the can.

Is it possible to sign the can?

The included signed version allows the spectator to select one of three
colour markers. Performer then writes his initials on the crushed can with
the selected colour marker. Can is restored as seen in video, then is
immediately given to spectator to show performer's initials in the selected