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Originall


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Posted:Hi Gang!
I have found these Rechargeable Strobo-Pois on their website : http://feraltec.tripod.com
web page - they look amazing ! ubbloco
Does anyone has any experience with them , I am in particular curious about weight and strength / reliability ubbidea


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MikeIcon
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Posted:There is actually already a thread on this topic, currently on the first page of this forum...

http://www.homeofpoi.com/ubbthreads/show...;o=&fpart=1


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Posted:Hi royal.
Thanks for the advice - but the discussion you reffer to is about a Light-Staff.
My question is about a Strobo-Poi . I believe it's pretty new ... ubbrollsmile


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Dunc
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Posted:never seen em before but that rather low quality clip still makes them look ace!! I wonder how long the batteries last tho??

Let's relight this forum ubblove

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erikaMish
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Posted:it said it doesnt need batteries and when you charge it it lasts 7 hours or so. sounds pretty good, it looks awesome, but a bit too expensive for me at the moment frown

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bender
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still can't believe it's not butter
Location: Melbourne, Australia

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Posted:I was lucky enuff to have a go.

they's VERY bright.

they's simple to toggle (1 switch)

but to honest, i like swivels.

if you have the money, they leave normal electroglos for dead.

Ian insists that they's also the longest lasting rechargable cells too.

and in case you want to know, a *lot* of love was put into 'em smile



ps the girl wearing the head wrap on the front page is one of the most complete fire dancers to have walked this earth and is an inspiration to moi. ubbangel

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Klaymen



Location: Melbourne, Vic.

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Posted:They look cool as, can you change the strobing patterns? I would be a bit dodgy if you couldnt =/. Is the strobing spinning speed dependant? If it isn't, they could so easily do that, that would look really sweet smile.

I can't find any video links on this site, just pictures, can someone help me out?

- Klaymen


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bender
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Location: Melbourne, Australia

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Posted:Ian can correct me if i'm wrong or smelly, but yes, the strobing pattern varies by toggling the switch. The stobe patterns did not vary with the speed - but to state the obvious all strobes appear differently when moving at different speeds.
I believe thems working to put more schtuph on their site atm.
i like yoo!


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