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Trick by Mickael Chatelain ($39.95)

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Everyone loves pretzels. They’re salty. They’re crunchy. And now you can link them together thanks to Mickael Chatelain. This is a sensational close-up trick for a party, the bar or restaurant, or any place that you’d naturally find pretzels.

The name of the trick, “Bretzels,” means “pretzels” in French. That’s where each gimmick is handmade. We can’t tell you how it works, but it’s very clever and visually undetectable. Watch the video and see it for yourself.

And there are so many possibilities. In the 30-minute instructional video, you’ll learn how to link and penetrate a pretzel to another pretzel, a rubber band, a cord, a finger ring and more. Our favorite is the routine where you create an impossible object—a rubber band linked to the pretzel—which becomes a magical souvenir for your spectator.

Spectators go crazy because the trick looks even better in person then it does on video. The sleight of hand you need to learn is minimal because the gimmick does most of the work for you.

Here’s what some of the finest sleight-of-hand masters in the world said when they saw “Bretzels."

World Champion FISM 2012: "So realistic that it's hard not to eat them. Yann Frisch

World Champion FISM 2018: "Surely the most realistic gimmick in the world, I did not believe my eyes!Florian Sainvet

"OMG! Mickael Chatelain's new gimmick is unbelievable, you can see it every day."Etienne Pradier

"Super visual, super simple to present." David Stone:

You get everything you need to start linking and unlinking:

  • The gimmick
  • Cord,
  • Elastic
  • 30 minute instructional video in French or English.

Get Bretzels and you’ll make snack time, magic time, every time!


Community questions about Bretzels

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  • Edd asks: Does it use up gimmicks/ Do you have to buy refills?

    • 1. Tony answers: You don't need a refill, the gimmick is durable so you can use it as long as you take care of the gimmick
    • 2. Jonah answers: Only if you eat it!
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  • Toth asks: Do I need to assemble the gimmick?

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: Nope—it is ready to go.
  • Jim asks: If you give away the pretzel linked to a rubber band, aren't you giving away the gimmick?

    • 1. Tony answers: You need to switch it before give it to the spectator
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  • Miguel asks: What brand of pretzels do you recommend? I have the trick but I didn’t find the best brand of pretzels for this.

    • 1. Danny answers: I have discovered two brands that are near-perfect matches: --Gratify Sea Salt Twists --Trader Joe’s Gluten Free Pretzel Twists You can buy them online or a certain grocery stores. So much fun to do a "Do as I Do" routine where you hand a bunch of spectators two pretzels each. They copy your motions as you link the gimmick to a pretzel. You do magic. Theirs breaks into crumbs! Great bit for the bar magician where pretzels are commonly found.
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  • William asks: Why does it say pre order still? When is this available??

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: Waiting to find out. If you put your email in where it says "notify me when this is back in stock" you'll be emailed as soon as it's back in stock.
  • John asks: After watching the instruction video I saw that the package used was called “Sticks and Bretzels” and is available from It comes from France, however, and there is extra postage (about £5). I ordered it just now and am feeling relieved.

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: Great!
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Customer reviews for Bretzels



I had to search to find the right pretzels but they are available on as “Sticks and Bretzels” and are perfect. Then I developed a routine based on my recent studies with Jeff McBride and Larry Hass (and, indirectly, Juan Tamariz). I promised to create an “impossible object” like the deck on cards in the bottle on my coffee table. I linked two pretzels and gave them to a spectator as a souvenir. I got one of the strongest reactions of my magic career. So I give this my very highest recommendation.



Bretzel is very small! Every pretzel in over 4 stores don't size down to this gimmick.
If there is a store with the pretzels that matches the Bretzel gimmick, could someone please refer.
Thank you!!
I hate wasting money...

Bretzels by Mickael Chatelain