Fantastical Contact poiReviewer: Brian Davis from United States
I think that the money was really worth it on this pair of poi. I have looked into ways of making them myself and they all end up splitting the poi head in two. Doing this makes it a little awkward when doing contact tricks so I held off to buy a pair of these. It was well worth i. The cord is tight enough to do floats very well, along with stalls, and is still loose enough to do hyperloops.
My only qualm with the poi is that the heads get scuffed up very easily. It only took about a day for marks to start showing up. Other than that you can't do orbitals :)
Another must-have poi!Reviewer: Tide from Australia
These poi, in the hands of the experienced AND the ones climbing their way there, are unimaginably amazing.
Some moves I've had difficulty with had begun opening themselves up on this set, these are great for learning.
Some moves I've had fear doing with this set had begun being not-so-scary, these are forgiving - I'm not afraid of hitting myself with this set!
Some moves I've had are simply easier with this set, this part needs no more said.
What makes this set truly unique, though, is the weighting. It's very well weighted and the rope stays "taught" when performing a throw, making it a lot easier to perform and learn throws!
One of the best sets I've used by far.
WonderfulReviewer: Theodore Petrosky from United States
To be honest, I was a bit skeptical as to how these would work for
me, but in the end I was beyond happy with it. These poi are the
perfect model for when it comes to contact poi, as the stage balls
have just the perfect kind of friction (however the heads do need to
be cleaned to maintain that friction - which is as simple as a
rubbing them with a small wet towel).
I highly recommend these to anyone who wants to do contact poi.