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Chrome Plastic Cups & Balls This innovative new set of cups and balls will surprise you. We think it's the best set of plastic cups ever made!
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The Cups & Balls, a classic in magic, is now available in chrome plated plastic. You don't have to settle for plastic cups that look like a kid's toy! These are serious cups for the serious performer at a price that can't be beat!
What You Get
A set of Red Rubber Balls (Never has such a high quality ball been offered with plastic cups)
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Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on April 2nd, 2010
I bought these cups & balls when I was curious to see if I wanted to take time to learn routines for them. The answer was a simple one: "Yes I want to learn cups & balls but not with these". They just don't have the right weight or feel. You feel cheap practicing or (please don't) performing with them. Considering these plastic ones are $13.95, my suggestion is to buy "Cups & Balls (Copper) Uday" for $12.95 or "Cups & Balls Aluminum Regular" for $24.75. I myself covet the "The Penguin Cups" for $99.95 but I told myself that I'm not allowed until I perfect the routines.
Disappointing Report this review
Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on February 26th, 2008
I wanted to like this set. It looks pretty good from a distance, like Paul-Fox-style, or perhaps Bertram-style, cups. Up close, the seams are painfully visible.
Usability is a nightmare. The top indent is so deep and there is so much attic space that you can hear hidden balls rolling in the nested or stacked cups. The tacky surface of the rubber balls makes them great to manipulate, but cause them to hang up A LOT. The Up-the-Ladder Move, the Tipoff Move, and doing the inertia move to a cup going onto a stack or loading a cup going onto a stack are difficult or nearly impossible. You could get a set of crocheted cork balls, but then you might as well try some of the Uday cups available here. I think most will find the additional weight of even aluminum cups to improve handling (and I like light cups, but these are a bit TOO light, being plastic).
Overall, the cheapest metal cups you could find will probably serve you better if you're a beginner and/or on a budget.
Dont get these Report this review
Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on March 30th, 2008
I dont like these, they are good if you want plastic cups, but if you just want good ones, get the aluminum ones.
BEST PLASTIC CUPS EVER! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! Report this review
Verified buyer Pro Privacy ON (login to see reviewer names) on June 8th, 2007
These Are The Best Plastic Cups Ever,Very High Quality,
Feel Good,And Are So Low Priced,Buy Them You Will Not
Be Sorry. THESE ARE THE PRO PLASTIC CUPS!!!
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