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PostPosted: Sun Dec 14, 2008 8:12 pm 
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:x :?: What club should i get for a ball juggling 10 year old for under $39.


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At that price you don't have too many options. You might look at Dube's Airflite clubs.


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Get a set of Duncan Clubs. They are 25 bucks but they are great for learning. I picked up club juggling with them. With time you should move to nicer (pricer) Clubs, but for now get some Duncans.


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:?: but some dude said he had juggled balls for 20+ years and it was really hard to use these.


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juliegel wrote:
Get a set of Duncan Clubs. They are 25 bucks but they are great for learning. I picked up club juggling with them. With time you should move to nicer (pricer) Clubs, but for now get some Duncans.


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right on target man thats exactly what i did! i bought mine at amazon.com


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trickyzack wrote:
:?: but some dude said he had juggled balls for 20+ years and it was really hard to use these.



Clubs are a whole different story. You can juggle balls for 100 years and still have a hard time with clubs. Clubs are a different animal.


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juliegel wrote:
trickyzack wrote:
:?: but some dude said he had juggled balls for 20+ years and it was really hard to use these.



Clubs are a whole different story. You can juggle balls for 100 years and still have a hard time with clubs. Clubs are a different animal.


Dylan


so what animal are they ? a graffe,zebra,lion,dinosaur-i had to say it :D


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hey how are these clubs do they brake if you drop them? http://www.magictrickstore.net/juggling ... FQodh0Y3Rw P.S are they better than Duncan clubs? :?:


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No club making company would be in business very long if they're clubs broke if dropped. Although they're designed to be thrown, dropping is a natural occurance. They'll probably survive just as well as any other brand.


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That is were you are wrong DaveV. I used to own that set of clubs and the quality was horrific. The knob at the end completely detached itself on my third go with them. Stay away from those clubs.


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Thanks Dylan, I will buy some Duncan clubs.


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 Post subject: Re: buying clubs
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Yeah, my very first set of clubs was the Empire ones. They were terrible. Broke the first night I got them. The knobs fell off. Poorly made. Stay away from them.


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