So I missed this when it first came out in 2005, but typical of Joe’s work it is very precise and works perfectly. The price is quite high, but you do get what you pay for – there is some serious engineering employed in each box. It comes with 4×9″ silks and a large number of tiny sponge balls, and with care it works with 12″ silks and even 18″ diagonal cut silks. So the loads can certainly look impressive. What is particularly cool is how empty and innocent it looks, and because there is a special locking mechanism for each load chamber (of which there are four), it could even be handled by the spectator with little fear of them seeing anything.
If you are a lover of quality apparatus this is certainly for you. I don’t know how many of them were built but I rarely see them come up so there can’t be many. And it works so well!
(Notice: Includes: Printed Instructions.)