Excellent and fun to learn. Build your Diabolo skill up for amazing tricks, impress your friends by adding flashy LED lights to your kit or make their eyes light up as you spin your fire Diabolo.
Which Diabolo is suitable for you?If you are starting with Diabolo, the larger sizes (5 inches/ 125mm Diameter) such as the Hurricane and Typhoon Diabolo are recommended and make learning much easier and fulfilling.
For learning newer more advanced tricks like grinds, the Superglass handsticks are perfect. Secure, reliable handsticks with smaller ends make Diabolo grinds and advanced tricks even more natural.
Longer Spinning TimesSpin for hours with a one-way triple bearing Diabolo, we have the Hurricane and the Quartz Diabolo available both with triple bearing axles in them, meaning once up to speed these will spin for much longer than fixed axle Diabolo.
Upgrade anytime to LED DiaboloDo-it-Yourself LED light kits to fit onto the Hurricane, Typhoon, Quartz 2 and V2 Luna Spin Diabolo. Batteries are available to keep them running, all that is needed are three LR44 batteries and a small screwdriver to replace the batteries.
Online Diabolo LessonsWe have many learning tools available, including books and access to over 150 free online Diabolo lessons when you purchase from our site.
Best Diabolo StringDon't worry if you get addicted to Diabolo spinning; we have the best types of quality string available to help keep you spinning because it is so good for you.
Diabolo string will wear out; this is the nature of the product due to the number of frictions created when spinning them, have a one-way triple bearing Diabolo will help reduce this friction.
History of DiaboloIt is fairly difficult to know with precision when the Diabolo was invented. Historians, however, agree that in China, where it was discovered, the game of Diabolo has been practiced for more than 4000 years. In China today, like the first ones, Diabolo is still made in bamboo, with openings on the side making it whistle while spinning.
French and English missionaries brought these strange objects back to Europe, named by an unknown erudite "Diaballo" (later Diabolo). In 1906, a French inventor Gustave Pillipart presented a Diabolo made of two metal cup, with the edges protected by rubber. The modern Diabolo is defined!
Benefits of DiaboloSpinning a Diabolo helps with, co-ordination, Stress (it's relaxing), It teaches concentration, patience, timing, tracking skills, gross and fine motor skills
Benefit from social and creative elements of playing Diabolo with your friends.