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preSILVER Member
member
161 posts
Location: USA


Posted:
I'm looking to buy a new set of juggling clubs

I'd like to know what brands people have had sucess with,
or brands that you haven't had good sucess with
I'm looking mainly at euro's

I currently have flairs but their not what I would like to have in a club thier fairly short and they are terrible for club balancing.

right now I'm not sure what I should buy so If people can give me advice on .

which club brands are good and I should take into consideration.

And which clubs are bad and I should not plan to get.

UCOFSILVER Member
Carpal \'Tunnel
15,414 posts
Location: United Kingdom


Posted:
*decides not to post lots of pictures of differnt styles of facial hair*

I got the cheapest Beard lubs I could for christmas.
I couldnt juggle clubs so was only going to drop them lots and lots and lots.
Its them Circus special jobby things.
Ok as a club I suppose, bit heavy at one end though.

and only 10.50 per club biggrin bargain.

ado-pGOLD Member
Pirate Ninja
3,882 posts
Location: Galway/Ireland


Posted:
I bought three pirouettes smile

Now i want four.

And more than one trick smile

Love is the law.


colemanSILVER Member
big and good and broken
7,330 posts
Location: lunn dunn, yoo kay, United Kingdom


Posted:
bounce2 good choice ado-p smile

henry's delphins are becoming very popular at the moment, especially for some reason in the states (where they are much harder to get!).

they are a great budget club (at only 12 each) and (from reports) are at least as durable as henry's other clubs and renegades.


i want it to be summer so i can juggle clubs again...


cole. x

"i see you at 'dis cafe.
i come to 'dis cafe quite a lot myself.
they do porridge."
- tim westwood


Tir_na_nOgjourneyman
55 posts
Location: Geographic Location


Posted:
Yeah our society got a new gear order in a while ago, and after some consideration we went for henrys delphins for the society clubs, and I have to say they are nicely weighted and light enough to not wreck you hands..

But for myself I would always prefer henrys pirouettes... Or Passe Passe Px3's which are ok if a lil heavy and not as durable...

Fueroaddict
465 posts
Location: Netherlands


Posted:
I got Henry's Delphin for my birthday in September.
They are really nice to juggle, I like 'm.

I think they are a good starters lub.

Does anybody know a site where they have club tricks?

Hmm, there's gotta be something round and shiny, I can play with


yoniGOLD Member
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3,099 posts
Location: Bideford and Bath, United Kingdom


Posted:
i prefer pirouettes to delphins, used and got both but hardly ever use the delphins

UCOF "evolution: Poi -> stick -> hoops -> devil stick -> juggling club -> juggling ball -> crayons."

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LemonkeyStalking amidst the desert, carrying an oversized scalpel...
1,019 posts
Location: Huddersfield + Hull Uni... UK.


Posted:
Written by: UraniumChipOxidationFacility


*decides not to post lots of pictures of differnt styles of facial hair*

I got the cheapest Beard lubs I could for christmas.
I couldnt juggle clubs so was only going to drop them lots and lots and lots.
Its them Circus special jobby things.
Ok as a club I suppose, bit heavy at one end though.

and only 10.50 per club biggrin bargain.




Word. All white Beard Circus Special is where it's at. Except I got them for cheaper than you did[/gloat]. wink

Willy - is bad for your health...


SeyeSILVER Member
Geek
1,261 posts
Location: Manchester, UK


Posted:
Written by: Lemonkey


Written by: UraniumChipOxidationFacility


*decides not to post lots of pictures of differnt styles of facial hair*

I got the cheapest Beard lubs I could for christmas.
I couldnt juggle clubs so was only going to drop them lots and lots and lots.
Its them Circus special jobby things.
Ok as a club I suppose, bit heavy at one end though.

and only 10.50 per club biggrin bargain.




Word. All white Beard Circus Special is where it's at. Except I got them for cheaper than you did[/gloat]. wink



Its all about paying the extra 2 quid for the luminous pigment biggrin
(spose it doesnt make too much difference when they spend all their time on the floor though redface )

[Nx?]BRONZE Member
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3,749 posts
Location: Europe,Scotland,Both


Posted:
i gots beard circus fluro yello, they are good begging clubs i recon but the knobs come off... try tape to put them on cos re-drilling and screwing wont last long...

I like to pass albatross, they look wicked too, but I recon i might get fat bodied px3's next, mainly cos i want a club that dosnt break so easy....

I learnt to juggle on dlephins, and while I recon they are a great begginers club they are just to light for outdoor work, where even a light breeze will blow them off.

T wave

This is a post by tom, all spelling is deleberate
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Pink...?BRONZE Member
Mistress of Pink...Multicoloured
6,140 posts
Location: Over There, United Kingdom


Posted:
*bump*

Ok so i'm looking to buy some new clubs soon.

I really like henry pirouettes, but also have played with some PX3's recently (but can't remember what type... grr) what were nice(but slightly odd that you could bend them... ).

I also don't want to spend shed loads of money on them.

My questions are, which do you reckon would be the best for economy & nice juggling. And do you know where i could get them cheaply?

Never pick up a duck in a dungeon...


colemanSILVER Member
big and good and broken
7,330 posts
Location: lunn dunn, yoo kay, United Kingdom


Posted:
for economy with quality you can't beat henry's delphin

from the henry's shop: https://www.henrys-online.de/Webshop/enter.html?lang=en-us

although, having said that, px3's with their plastic dowel will last and last and last...


cole. x

"i see you at 'dis cafe.
i come to 'dis cafe quite a lot myself.
they do porridge."
- tim westwood


SeyeSILVER Member
Geek
1,261 posts
Location: Manchester, UK


Posted:
I've been wondering if anyone has ever seen or used these...



https://www.henrys-online.de/En/E-Light.htm



Edit: Just looked in henry's shop and they are 115 Euro so about 77 each.



Maybe not cheap option like I'd hoped.
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Pink...?BRONZE Member
Mistress of Pink...Multicoloured
6,140 posts
Location: Over There, United Kingdom


Posted:
Update:

Bought some pirouettes (henry's) for a dead cheap 12.55 each! - at Jesters!

Never pick up a duck in a dungeon...


UCOFSILVER Member
Carpal \'Tunnel
15,414 posts
Location: United Kingdom


Posted:
Is there a website to buy those? ubbrollsmile

SkulduggeryGOLD Member
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8,428 posts
Location: Wales


Posted:
Google is wonderful thing. biggrin

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UCOFSILVER Member
Carpal \'Tunnel
15,414 posts
Location: United Kingdom


Posted:
I wondered what Jesters was.
Other than men in silly hats juggling...
Then I realised it could only be a shop.
wink

albotrossSILVER Member
member
52 posts
Location: nsw, gunnedah, Australia


Posted:
has any one used Mr Babache Flip Colour? or Flip short? they're the same price (AUD $26 from Juggle Art) which is realy cheep, but all there is in my area is Babache Stars, which cost much more.

other than those, i tried Albatrosses a few years ago, n they wernt too bad, but i prefer a medium to slim club. iv got one set which are actualy foam bassball bats, with an aluminium core. there good first clubs, but only if your tall, coz they're realy long, and spin realy slow, so you need alot of arm leangth. they're also great for tucks.

The nite is nearly over, day is almost here. Romans 13:12


ElectricBlueGOLD Member
Now with extra strawberries
810 posts
Location: Canberra, Australia


Posted:
yeah i think i had the Mr Babache Flip Colour ones as my first clubs.

Personaly i don't like them i think they are good for learning a basic cascade but they flip to slowly to be good for much else. Plus the plastic handles feel yuck compared to wound ones.

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smiling_madlyBRONZE Member
member
26 posts
Location: Wales (UK)


Posted:
well with all the brand names and model references flying around I've started to feel a little out of my league. However, I have some fire clubs with wound handles and think the design is crap. The tape at the flame end is burnt and the wrap around handle has come loose. Not over impressed cos they've not seen much use. I have normal clubs too (sorry normal will have to do - I could say they're a Mightyspin 2000 Ti but I'd be talking [censored]) that have a rubbery plastic handle which is not a wrap around type and they've stood me in good stead for years. Much more durable. I won't buy wrap around handles unless it's taped, stapled AND glued.

smiling_madlyBRONZE Member
member
26 posts
Location: Wales (UK)


Posted:
oooops sorry about the need to censor. Would testicles be ok instead even if it means exactly the same thing...
...just wondered lol

albotrossSILVER Member
member
52 posts
Location: nsw, gunnedah, Australia


Posted:
has anyone compared the "PX3 Pirouette Flip Juggling clubs" sold in the HOP shop with any other juggling clubs? what did you think?

The nite is nearly over, day is almost here. Romans 13:12


albotrossSILVER Member
member
52 posts
Location: nsw, gunnedah, Australia


Posted:
 Written by: smiling_madly


well with all the brand names and model references flying around I've started to feel a little out of my league. However, I have some fire clubs with wound handles and think the design is crap. The tape at the flame end is burnt and the wrap around handle has come loose. Not over impressed cos they've not seen much use. I have normal clubs too (sorry normal will have to do - I could say they're a Mightyspin 2000 Ti but I'd be talking censored) that have a rubbery plastic handle which is not a wrap around type and they've stood me in good stead for years. Much more durable. I won't buy wrap around handles unless it's taped, stapled AND glued.



you would probably find that normal clubs with a wrapped hadle normaly woodnt fall apart. its probly just coz yours are fire, and the tape got burned. i found a similar thing happend to my starff. it was next to my fire sward, and the fuel in the sward (petrolium hidroxide i think) disolved the tape on my staff.

can you remember who made your clubs? both sets?

The nite is nearly over, day is almost here. Romans 13:12


PinkNigelPinker than thou
336 posts
Location: A little pink world all my own..


Posted:
 Written by: albotross


has anyone compared the "PX3 Pirouette Flip Juggling clubs" sold in the HOP shop with any other juggling clubs? what did you think?



Light. Skinny. And bendy. Which is odd if you're used to something like a renegade, but I would imagine not so weird if you juggle radical fish.
Don't believe the whole "indestructable" thing, it's plainly not true. (There's a chap at my local juggling group got some px3's at BJC (April), he's just replaced them cos they were completely censored - still, he did give them a lot of abuse.. )

A wise man once said: "You have two ears and one mouth, therefore you should shut the censored up and listen" (though, to be fair, he might not've put it _quite_ like that..)


Sister ElevenGOLD Member
owner of the group property
1,277 posts
Location: Seattle, WA, USA


Posted:
So just bumping this for a quick inquiry (seemed like the best place for it): if I'm just starting to play with club manipulation of the sort that does not involve throwing, is there any reason for me to spring for a better club than the MB Soft & Safe? I know with poi weight distribution is something that affected my spinning at all skill levels, but my club spinning experience so far consists of 10 minutes with someone else's PX3's so I don't know if something like that matters as much...

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meshunderlayBRONZE Member
Juggler/Spinner
612 posts
Location: Hicksville, New York, USA


Posted:
I would go for something more like an Airflite or the Play 1 peice club.

Both are also reasonably cheap, little heavier, and probably better for contact club if you ever get into that.
Both have nice round knobs also, for ease of use.
Plus, both of those are a bit thicker than the Soft and Safe, which makes anything you do with it look better.

This is all just my opinion though. *shrug*

Sister ElevenGOLD Member
owner of the group property
1,277 posts
Location: Seattle, WA, USA


Posted:
Thanks! I do like the look of the Airflite, particularly when it comes to its weight. And after the Soft & Safe at $8 it looks like the next price range up is $17-20, so it comes out reasonably priced as these things go...

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