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SwiftspinGOLD Member newbie 4 posts Location: Coral Springs, south Florida, USA
Posted: I recenently discovered a hole at the bottom of my fire poi. I see a metal thing when i look at the bottom of my poi now. I havent had my set for that long i dont know why it ripped a hole already. I need to know whether i can still spin them and if there is a way to fix the ripped kevlar on the bottom. Im really disapointed that they have ripped already. I have a cathedral set from HoP. Any info would be much appreciated.
SkulduggeryGOLD Member Pirate Pixie Crew Captain 8,428 posts Location: Wales
Posted: Send an email to the guys in the shop. They will be only too pleased to help you.
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Kombi guyBRONZE Member HOP OM 225 posts Location: HOP Central, New Zealand
Posted: Hey PoiSage, Skully is soooo right she knows us so well Simply send me a quick email through to HOP central and we will look into this for you, no worries..... firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com