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fuzzbubble
fuzzbubble

newbie
Location: Skopje Macedonija Europa
Member Since: 21st Sep 2005
Total posts: 2
Posted:Hi!

Which clubs and torches would you choose for your performance?

Henry's,

Dube, Renegate, Infinite Illusion, Beard.. or maybe you have your

sugestion smile

Me personaly, I preffer Henrys, but you can find similar equipment for

much lower prices... What's your opinion and why

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Stone
Stream Entrant
Location: Melbourne
Member Since: 13th Jun 2001
Total posts: 2830
Posted:Mr babashe juggling torches.

I like got them because they were ten bucks cheaper than Henrys, they felt really good and seemed to be made better.



cheers smile


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moxsapphire
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Location: near Switzerland
Member Since: 13th Sep 2005
Total posts: 4
Posted:I am a really great Henrys fan and our local torchthrowers use them above all else. They said, it's easier to change the wick and if treated properly, the Henrys would last longer.

Just an opinion.

And YES Henrys is expensive.


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Fine_Rabid_Dog
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Location: They seek him here, they seek ...
Member Since: 26th May 2004
Total posts: 10530
Posted:Written by: moxsapphire

I am a really great Henrys fan




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Cody
Cody

That guy from Reno
Location: Reno, Nevada USA
Member Since: 3rd Sep 2003
Total posts: 556
Posted:I got a group deal with my friends on Henrys, maybee they'll do the same for you if you order a bunch of sets.

Cody Canon
Controlled Burn, Reno Nevada

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FIRE_SPINNER
member
Location: New South Wales
Member Since: 14th Nov 2004
Total posts: 87
Posted:in normal clubs henry's albatross (slow spin) and piroutte(fast spin) in circus half dec i think are best i have 3 albatrosses and 5 pirouttes and i think they are the best on the market in terms of best quality high grade materials and apperance



in torches i recommend for fast spin henry's niteflite juggling torch and for medium spin i recommend beard street pro and for slower spin i recommend mb discovery juggling torch



i have 11 fire torches 5xhenry's 3xdube (custom) and 3xmr babache i know eleven sounds like a lot but it is not that many they all have different uses the henry's are mainly for 4 and 5 torch juggling the dube for complex moves with 3 clubs e.g behind back, albert under the leg and over shoulder flourish ect. and the mr babache for slow and more graceful moves e.g under the leg, double spin and mills mess ect.



henry's do cost more but if i was only going to get 3 clubs and 3 torches i would get albatross (if you like slow spin) or piroutte (if you like fast spin) and henry's niteflite juggling torch (they are like a banchmark for all juggling torches for some more money you will get better quality in my poinion


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Stone
Stream Entrant
Location: Melbourne
Member Since: 13th Jun 2001
Total posts: 2830
Posted:Come in fire spinner.

Thanks for that. I looked up mb discoveries at juggleart dot com, and they are not what I purchased recently. The mb touchers I got were similar to the nightflites except with a extra screw or two. Those discoveries are really cheap, and look a lot like a Dube torch that is sold as a swinging/juggling cross. For club swinging, Ive been running mb swinging torches but I like these new mb juggling torches much better. cheers

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FIRE_SPINNER
member
Location: New South Wales
Member Since: 14th Nov 2004
Total posts: 87
Posted:the torches you got were the mr babache pro they have 5 screws at the heat shield and 3 rubber discs

those discoverys you saw were the real discovery and they do look a bit like the dube klassic torch (but there is some distinguishing difference) juggleart also sells these (but they are not on the web site)aswell as the proper mb swing torches(also not on website)

juggleart sells 6 different torches

mb discovery juggling torch
mb torch pro (what you have)
henrys niteflite juggling torch (my favourite)
dube kustom juggling torch

dube klassic swing torch
mr babache swing torch (i am guessing what you use to have)


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JtJ
JtJ

Check ya later
Location: Lower Shaw Farm
Member Since: 28th Jul 2005
Total posts: 500
Posted:i love niteflites. i have 9 and they last for ages. i think henry's equipment in general is top of the range. albatross are rgeat but i prefer pirrouettes for allround use, i have 15 now which might be slightly excessive but i like 'em!

Jake the Juggler

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