Unlike their Pro Case, which I felt was more cheaply made and not heavy duty (like they advertise),
their 4" linking rings are a great value for the price. Previously, other manufacturer's were
selling chrome 4" linking rings for $60-$100!
So far these seem well made and durable, and
the velvet bag is a nice addition.
The online video has some decent moves to get you
started. On the L&L WGM Linking Rings DVD Dan Fleshman also has a nice close-up linking rings
routine you may want to check out.
p.s. You could also use the single ring for ring and
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i have handled a bunch of close up linking rings and they all cant beat this one, these linking
rings by tcc are made by great quality , the mouth of the rings are sanded down (which makes a big
difference when it comess to handling), good weight!, not lound but clear sound. just as i expected
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I just recieved this set of chrome plated rings. First, the pros...the rings themselves are decent.
They have a nice weight to them and the welds appeared to be ground down so that they aren't as
visible. The "Key" is rounded at the sweet spot...which feels nicer. Overall, these rings should do
the job and last a while.
Here is what you actually get. A small velvety bag
and 4 rings. They don't actually tell you how the "4" rings are configured so...here's what I
received in my order.
Now, while they do stay
true to their advertising of "4" rings. My only issue is that for most routines with smaller
rings...you need at least 2 regular rings? I'm going to have to buy another set now. This set would
have been great with "5" rings...but for the price...I guess it's not bad. I just wish I would have
known what configuration the rings were in before I purchased this set. Overall...4 stars due to
only 4 rings.
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