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3 to 1 rope pro question

The video looks cool but is silent. Do the ends"talk" when attaching or separating? There were no visible seems on the vid. I'm a pediatrician and do quick tricks for patients in close quarters- is it suitable for close work? Lastly, at the very end of the vid, the performer throws the rope towards the camera. Can the viewer handle the rope?

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Asked at 09:48pm on November 22nd, 2019 by Erubin (2 karma)
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Sorry. Accidental double post


Answered at 09:50pm on November 22nd, 2019 by Erubin (2 karma)
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I double posted too...see bottom answer first!


Answered at 08:54pm on December 5th, 2019 by TedK (5 karma)
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Also...more info...you will need to get rope...I found Penguin's 25 foot 15 mm to be perfect (that's enough to get you going)...and experiment...Sanders tells you his suggested lengths...but I've increased it and I think the longer ropes look better. But whatever works for you.


Answered at 08:53pm on December 5th, 2019 by TedK (5 karma)
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Also...more info...you will need to get rope...I found Penguin's 25 foot 15 mm to be perfect (that's enough to get you going)...and experiment...Sanders tells you his suggested lengths...but I've increased it and I think the longer ropes look better. But whatever works for you.


Answered at 08:53pm on December 5th, 2019 by TedK (5 karma)
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As a guy who has purchased many a rope routines...If the method on the 3 to 1 Rope Pro is of an 'attractive' nature, which I believe it is...I've never seen gimmicks like this work up close. You need at least 6 feet away even if the gimmicks are good. Perhaps these are...but you still can't let someone look at the rope afterward.
My advice would be to invest your 40 dollars into Fiberoptics Extended by Richard Sanders.....He does all the effects you see on the "pro" video...except the finishing in one piece restored...but it doesn't matter...he has at least 5 different routines...you go from uneven pieces to same length and back to uneven. He has a two rope routine though too and even a sliding knot...and all can be examined before and after...and done up close.
Others all good are Tabaray's and Daryl's; however if I found 40 bucks for FiberOptics is/was the best value.


Answered at 08:49pm on December 5th, 2019 by TedK (5 karma)
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