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Posted: which is a better staff? i know that each staff, its weight, and its lenghth is all a personal thing for a person but im curious which of these staffs is better(durability..number of lights..combinations). they both are around the same price when you include flowtoys shipping which is around 50 bucks to get it to the states.
im sure this has been asked a million times but frankly i dont feel like looking through endless pages to find it. do help please.
No idea wrt how good the staffs are: for poi crystal flowtoys is much cheaper (and softer) than concentrate. However if you decide to go with concentrate you may be better off dealing with concentrate directly - they have a new model (C3) which they say is brighter and has more modes than the C2, and seems to be the same price Three Worlds is charging for the C2 version.
Concentrate is in Melbourne whereas Three Worlds is in Melbourne, but unless you're actually in Brissie I doubt the postage'd be much different.
liquidtrancei dream in circles...
336 posts Location: Scotland
I'd go with the flowtoys, visually they are more versatile, they look incredible, extremely tough and even if you manage to break a part(which is pretty hard to do, I've been using flowtoys tube systems for ages with no problems) if your going for the flowtoys though I'd recommend getting the modular systems rather than a fixed staff, then you can have some flexability between contact staff/doubles, poi etc, all very well designed and easy to use, check out all the tubes,caps,connectors on https://www.flowtoys.com/home.php?cat=27 and buy your lights seperatly:)
even chuck norris can't pin you down if your on fire
The concentrate ones are red / green / blue, so you get a wider range of colours in the one set but I agree that in every other way the flowtoys are more versatile.
Also, being modular if you should go extreme and manage to crack the tubing all you have to replace is that one piece of tubing, which is fairly cheap, rather than the whole thing. Reputedly Flowtoys customer service is excellent and they will replace anything faulty (I've not needed to test that), or give 50% credit for a flowlight returned in any condition.
I've had issues with the flowtoys durability, concentrate being a 1 piece item look to be more durable... and having seen both concentrate and flowtoys in person, I must say, the concentrate poi look much nicer to my eye. ^_^