Penn and Teller were FOOLED by a Phone Charger!

  • Published on: December 25 Des 201

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COMMENTS: 40

  • Sam Castro
    Sam Castro   21 minuts ago

    Yo the trophy says F UπŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

  • Stanton Stephens
    Stanton Stephens   1 hours ago

    Dude!!!!I Cry Foul and have thrown a flag on the play!!! Seriously getting fooled by the charger!!!I am an Electrical Engineer and saw right through that stunt. Its super easy, put an A544 battery connect the power pin to B+ the ground pin to one of the prongs and connect the other prong to B-, stuff it in the housing by removing the guts and voila the salt from your sweat creates a contact path like flipping a switch, and the cable is a standard cable. now if you plug it in it will blow up and damage your phone and possibly set fire to your home.But seriously Dude!!!! come on simple easy no excuses for ignorance at all Penn! None AT ALL!!!!

  • Mos TV
    Mos TV   1 hours ago

    the charger is worth m ore then the show. lol 2 ididots getting fooled by magican jsut for a tv show idee

  • Mac Dietz
    Mac Dietz   1 hours ago

    Great bit, clean presentation

  • hamOn Rye
    hamOn Rye   2 hours ago

    Next up an 8 year old plays fortnite and doesn't die in the first 10 minutesPenn: Listen kid truly amazing I dont know how you do it.

  • Mr. Hippopotamus
    Mr. Hippopotamus   2 hours ago

    I had a metal pad hooked up to a wire running to an outlet, which had an outlet on it so I could plug something in. When I tapped the pad it sent a current to activate whatever was plugged on top of it. Best lightswitch I ever had. Really surprised they've never seen anything like that. It's pretty much the same tech in touchscreens.

  • Camp Shaine
    Camp Shaine   3 hours ago

    I heard the host has a trick where she makes a flute disappear

  • Kealo
    Kealo   4 hours ago

    Looks like a cool show

  • Erik Clements Jr.
    Erik Clements Jr.   4 hours ago

    4:54 Lmao Allison's face in the background!πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚EDIT: I just realized at 4:44 she was making the same face expression..... It's like an MK Ultra glitch.Or she could of been really REALLY AMAZED!

  • smoothkaos2
    smoothkaos2   4 hours ago

    I'm thinking he rigged the charger with button batteries matching 2V as well as a magnetic switch inside and he had another magnet with opposite polarity hidden in his hand. As soon as he pressed down inside of Tellers hand it pressed against his own which tripped the pole in the charger. The cable length changes were basic albeit well done rope tricks that P&T hit on

  • LeaoSo
    LeaoSo   5 hours ago

    Has anybody asked how Brian knew that the cable would match Penn's phone? iPhone vs Android situation...

  • Richard -
    Richard -   5 hours ago

    I love that even when he was right in front of them, he still pitched straight to the camera haha

  • David Anstey
    David Anstey   8 hours ago

    Id have to think the end is actually a battery maybe activated by squeezing in some way

  • Commando303X
    Commando303X   9 hours ago

    I'd figure they're pre-cut magnetized wires; and, the final item contains a press-on/-off battery.

  • Commando303X
    Commando303X   9 hours ago

    I should go on this show and hand Penn and Teller a Apple Watch. Instant Fools.

  • MotaShotta
    MotaShotta   11 hours ago

    Michael Carbonaro did a similar trick in one of his episodes

  • Buddy Bud-Bud
    Buddy Bud-Bud   11 hours ago

    I know how it works and how the trick is done. Penn and pellet are idiots on this one

  • Fcutdlady
    Fcutdlady   12 hours ago

    I remember taking a jumper off me in the dark. It had a lot of static electricity on it. A blue line like a mini thunder bolt ran up the arm of my jumper due to the static.

  • bulkchart 32
    bulkchart 32   12 hours ago

    can't believe they didn't figure that one out. the square part of that charger had some kind of a battery in it that was charging the phone. it wouldn't have charged very long.

  • blacklite911
    blacklite911   13 hours ago

    The rope tricks were slight of hand but that charger must be a custom piece that has a built in battery with a mechanism that only he knows how to activate.It’s a cool concept though, if more magicians get into engineering, it opens the door for a new world of magic.

  • TheDriftingStig
    TheDriftingStig   13 hours ago

    He kind of looks like Dillon Francis; anyone else see it?

  • Oliver Corlett
    Oliver Corlett   14 hours ago

    I bet the phone charger was a moisture sensor with a battery

  • James
    James   15 hours ago

    3:44 thanks for cutting out the sleight of hand... what kind of shit show is this ?

  • tc413141
    tc413141   15 hours ago

    3:43 there was a cut at a very suspicious moment. makes it seem like editing rather than an actual magic trick.

  • oldmanwitherspoon
    oldmanwitherspoon   18 hours ago

    You could easily make this block with the battery for a static shock collar and a momentary capacitive touch switch. Now, the wire part.....I have no idea.

  • Wolf Edmunds
    Wolf Edmunds   18 hours ago

    I suspect there's a voltage source with wire leads inside his coat, leading from one sleeve to the other.Notice how he has to hold Teller's hand to make the charger work; when he does this, the charger shares a common ground with his hand, allowing a voltage to exist.When he takes the charger off, the common ground is broken and the voltage gain disappears.There is no actual battery inside the charger block, so Teller alone couldn't make it work.