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Posted:hey,I want to start doing staff, but fire isnt really an option for me, so I'll just stick to glowsticks for now. My question is how can I make a staff where I can easily attach and detach glowsticks to then ends of the staff quickly and easily. With my poi, i just attached a key ring to the end of the strings, but Im not sure how I would do it with a staff. Oh yeah, one more thing, whats a good length for a beginer's staff?
Posted:Brainchile--Funny thing--I recently got a tube of polycarbonate to use for a glowstaff, and have been planning on using EL wire in it. I'm curious what kind of EL driver you used, since size is a limiting factor with staves.Also: have you had any problems with batteries knocking loose on drops?