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Singed Piper (formerly Mark1)


Singed Piper (formerly Mark1)

resident bagpiper
Location: Vermont, USA

Total posts: 342
Posted:I was looking in my bag today, and realized i had a very large number of non-fire attachments, and i wondered how my collection compared or could be improved... I'd like to know what other people swing other than fire.

I have, in no particular order:

1 pair of modified(better bottoms) electroglow (green lanterns)
1 pair of homemade tennis ball trainers w husky tails
1 pair of lazerbrite lightsticks (blue/red)
1 pair of blue lazer stiks (need soldering)
1 pair of photon 2 microlights (blue)
2 skywriters on one splitring (back to back)
1 pair of broken streetlights(awaiting replacement)

I was also considering buying:

2 strobaton necklaces
2 Rainbow-In-Motion Hacky Sacks(to attach)
2 rav'n party lights OR x-lights rainbow OR no name brand
2 psycho sticks
1 set Astrojax Saturn (to cut up for attachments)

Can anyone give me oppinions on any of these as club toys, or give me more ideas?

you can find most of these products via www.google.com if not reply with questions.


Q:What's the difference between the Great Highland Bagpipes and the Northumbrian Pipes?
A:The Great Highland Pipes burn longer.

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Rainbow
BRONZE Member since Aug 2002

Rainbow

member
Location: Melbourne, USA

Total posts: 8
Posted:Hi Mark1
There is now something really special in the non-fire department. Check it out at http://feraltechnology.com.au
br>These are wicked pro quality rechargeable equipment. and the visual effect, - well you'll have to see it to believe... and there are some pics on the website
Happy spinning !
Ian.


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Location: gloucester UK

Total posts: 35
Posted:wow i dont even use glowsticks and that looks exciting! the ethical aspect particularly makes me happy

you're a naughty potato!

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Singed Piper (formerly Mark1)


Singed Piper (formerly Mark1)

resident bagpiper
Location: Vermont, USA

Total posts: 342
Posted:those look really neat and i'll definitely show my neighbor (more into staff than me), but is there a form of these to use as poi??
because, if there isn't, there should be.
denying the poi world of these things is a travesty. cyall later


Q:What's the difference between the Great Highland Bagpipes and the Northumbrian Pipes?
A:The Great Highland Pipes burn longer.

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