diemos502


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Location: san antonio

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Posted:does anybody know the wieght ratio on a pro set of juggling torches

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flash fire
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flash fire

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Location: Sydney, NSW, Australia

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Posted:Hey there,

Not really sure if I have the answers for you, but I think that the weight ratio would tend to vary depending on the manufacturer.

Are you looking at a specific 'brand' of juggling torch, or are you wanting to make your own and therefore requiring this info?


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diemos502


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Location: san antonio

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Posted:actually, i don't really require this info anymore, because, i already made a set of juggling torches, this past weekend, they turned out really nice, a little long, but really nice. i got the wieght by taking a scale down to a local magic shop and weighing the juggling torches they were seeling

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NickC


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Location: Nova Scotia, Canada

Total posts: 183
Posted:I would also like to know the weight ratio as I've just made a set of juggling clubs.

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someguy_1220
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someguy_1220

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Location: Ontario, Canada

Total posts: 9
Posted:as would I, my friend made a set for practicing with until I got used to juggling things other then round objects but I might end up buying them only problem is, no money:P

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Pyrolific
BRONZE Member since Jan 2001

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Location: Adelaide, South Australia

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Posted:making your own clubs is all well and good until you want to pass with other jugglers...then your home made clubs are going to be falling down a lot, and you will want to splash out on albatrosses or the like. I recommend giving into the urge to buy pro built clubs sooner rather than later.

Josh


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ImmortalAngel
SILVER Member since Jan 2004

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Location: Waterloo, Ontario, Canada

Total posts: 578
Posted:Josh, I agree, the problem is they can be fairly expensive...
Especially if you're going to be buying clubs, then fire torches...a set of 3,4 or maybe 5 of each (per person?) would cost you $100-$200 a person for one set then another $200ish for a set of fire ones...it gets to be fairly pricy fairly fast, especially if you're doing more than just juggling, props get expensive fast.


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