29 Sep 2004 19:19:27
isaac rockafellow
radical fish

i was just wondering if there was any difference between the radical
fish reg. (pirahnas?) and the yin/yang other than the color and price,
my friend thinks they're better quality, but i dont want to spend 10
dollars more for just decorations. thanks for any input


30 Sep 2004 02:29:25
viiru
Re: radical fish

isaac rockafellow wrote:
> i was just wondering if there was any difference between the radical
> fish reg. (pirahnas?) and the yin/yang other than the color and price,
> my friend thinks they're better quality, but i dont want to spend 10
> dollars more for just decorations. thanks for any input

There is some. Radical fish streetpro are harder and a bit more light than
yin/yang. Also the grip in especially black yin/yang clubs is quite
slippery (altough I really like them that way). Maybe it's not worth
10bucks to spend to the minor differences but personally i've been really
satisfied with the quality of more expensive radical fish products. And
yes, they look a lot cooler :)

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29 Sep 2004 23:26:18
Steve Bennett
Re: radical fish

Hi all,
After learning to juggle with newspaper clubs, I'm about to get some
real ones. I'm not too fussed about cost, but I really want a set
that I'll be happy with for a couple of years. So will fish keep me
happy, or would people recommend something else instead?

Thanks much in advance,
Steve


30 Sep 2004 09:44:32
=?ISO-8859-1?Q?Jani_Kyll=F6nen
Re: radical fish

Steve Bennett wrote:

> Hi all,
> After learning to juggle with newspaper clubs, I'm about to get some
> real ones. I'm not too fussed about cost, but I really want a set
> that I'll be happy with for a couple of years. So will fish keep me
> happy, or would people recommend something else instead?

Yes, people probably would.

I personally like Henry's Pirouettes and Radical Fish, but some people
hate one or both of these. If you can't go to a club or otherwise get to
try other people's stuff, you have to make an educated guess. Start
educating yourself here:

http://www.jugglingdb.com/news/faq.php?question=13

jani