The ‘Nick Lewin Ultimate Microphone Holder’

I recently sent a prototype of my Ultimate Microphone Holder to mega-pro and highly knowledgable magician Paul Green in Los Angeles. I will let his words speak for themselves about the item,    

Everyone that is a pro (or wants to look like a pro) knows that it is the small details that make all the difference.  If you use a hand-held microphone, you know the problems of keeping the “mike” in or on the stand.  This limits your movement onstage and sometimes blocks the view for your audience.

 I have seen many solutions from loops of rope to bent wire coat hangers.  While they work, they also look quite unprofessional.  NIck Lewin, of Lewin Enterprises, has given you the opportunity to solve this problem.  As many of you know, Nick is a working magician and has appeared all over the world.  His experience, on the road, has led him  to develop “The Ultimate Microphone Holder”.
 
The holder is simple in its manufacture and it solves the problems mentioned above beautifully.  It comes in either black or white (to match your costume/tuxedo/suit).  It is easy to use, lightweight, compact, and fully adjustable.
 
It takes a pro to come up with a simple and elegant solution.  Nick Lewin is that pro!  You can’t go wrong with “The Ultimate Microphone Holder”.
Paul Green
Lecturer of the Year, Close-Up Magician of the Year, 
and multiple nominee for Parlor Magician of the Year from the Academy of Magical Arts at the famous Magic Castle.

                                                                                                      

~ by Nick Lewin on June 10, 2013.

One Response to “The ‘Nick Lewin Ultimate Microphone Holder’”

  1. I have been making my own and using it for 35 years! My original was made by John Garner and is based on the Johnny Paul design. The clip is adjustable with a clip at the rear to allow for neck size and instant adjustment for volume. It is made in a variety of colors and comes in a container. I was using this holder way back when Doug worked in my show as an onstage assistant. I haven’t seen Doug’s clip but will check it out.

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