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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 seams 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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Thanks scialli
Honestly, I get a lot of mileage out of the basic French drop! Sponge balls of course, for the 3-4 year olds squeakers, and rubber bans (touch) go over well. As for paddle tricks, the jumping arrow is a crowd pleaser. I've had fun with hot rod but they always break. Other suggestions?


Answered at 07:05am on November 23rd, 2019 by Erubin (2 karma)
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Dr Rubin: Any talking can be easily covered up but I wouldn't let a latency aged kid check out the rope(s). Just learn the simple professor's nightmare where all can be examined. It is quicker than the routine in the vid. Do you do paddle tricks? Also quick and examinable (even complex ones if no moving parts).


Answered at 04:24am on November 23rd, 2019 by scialli (509 karma)
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