LinkCard

Trick by Mickael Chatelain and Gi'Mick Magic
Free shipping Free shipping to USA
Add to wishlist

Get 300 VI Points for this purchase.

LinkCard

29.95 usd

Trick by Mickael Chatelain and Gi'Mick Magic (29.95)

In stock - very few available.
LinkCard - magic
LinkCard LinkCard LinkCard LinkCard

An amazingly clean and powerful linking card effect designed to be performed in person. The cards can even be given away as souvenirs.

There are many versions of linking card routines, yet they've never been as practical and efficient as "LinkCard" from the ingenious mind of Mickael Chatelain. Two cards seemingly melt through each other as you link and unlink them. Once they're unlinked, you can even hand them both out for examination or to keep as a souvenir.

Yes, you read that correctly, this is not an effect that you can only perform for a camera. You can, and should, absolutely perform this in real life. It's a true visual stunner.

"LinkCard" is so unbelievably clever, but also so simple at the same time. It takes seconds to learn. The pre-made gimmick comes ready to be used with your Bicycle cards. Less than 30 seconds of extremely easy prep is all that's needed to get started (and will only need to be done once if you don't plan on giving the cards aways as souvenirs).

You'll receive one "LinkCard" gimmick in blue or red and comprehensive video instructions.

 

Customer reviews for LinkCard

Reviewer

James

The gimmick is just what you expect in good magic simple and well LOL you kinda slap your forhead and think why didnt I think of this moment. Pure genius so simple and yet such a strong little illusion to carry as your E.D.C. best part if you ever need to gimmic super simple to replace any HobbyLobby or other such store would have all you need to remake this gimmick. This is perfect for any level of magic you do, honestly again I keep think why the heck didnt I think of this before *chuckle. Good magic but then again I have never seen a clunker yet come from this young French magician.

 

Community questions about LinkCard

Have a question about this product? It's possible others do too. Ask here and other Vanishing Inc. Magic customers will be able to respond with assistance! Alternatively, email us and we can help too.

  • Martin asks: Lovely clean effect. Will refills be available? And if so when will they be available? Thank you.

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: No refills needed! You do destroy a card every time but they are not gimmicked. You provide those cards but the gimmick can go onto the normal cards.
  • Don asks: Is the gimmick subject to wear? thx!

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: The way that the gimmick is used, it shouldn't wear out for a long time.
  • Mark asks: Can you understand why someone on medication would be slightly confused by this: "You do destroy a card every time but they are not gimmicked. You provide those cards but the gimmick can go onto the normal cards"? And let's say I unlink them and "...hand them both out...to keep as a souvenir"--I'm giving away the gimmick, ne suis-je pas? So do I learn how to make more gimmicks, do I have to buy gimmicks, have I shot my break (so to speak)...or does the gimmick separate from a normal card, unknown to the participant, or...what? Le plume de ma tante est dan le jardin-- Mark

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: You're not giving the gimmick away. The gimmick is stolen out after the routine so that you can give the cards away. You do not have to buy any gimmicks as they come with the routine. They're also pretty easy to make incase you need more.
  • Michael asks: Can the holes be torn into the cards while the spectator observes as in Paul Harris’ version of the linking cards? Or must they pre-torn?

    • 1. bill answers: An advanced intermediate could have a spectator choose two cards and then rip them, but even this intermediate would need to spend enough time to learn how to tear the cards. He would still be able to give them away as well. Bill
    • 2. bill answers: An advanced intermediate could have a spectator choose two cards and then rip them, but even this intermediate would need to spend enough time to learn how to tear the cards. He would still be able to give them away as well. Bill
    Post an answer to this question
Ask a question