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Subject: Re: New Balls
Author: Adam Rowney
Date: 19 oct 2011

Lathrisk wrote:
>
> Thomas Lins wrote:
> >
> > Lathrisk wrote:
> >
> > > I think the decision is currently between 110g Skoshballs (cheap), 62mm
> > > MMX (medium) or 67mm Sil-X (expensive!).
> >
> > What are skoshballs ? I can't find any link on the internet.
> >
> >
> >
> >
>
> Hi, the this is a link to the ones I currently own -
>
http://www.oddballs.co.uk/mr-babache-silicone-coated-beanbags-130g-p-3012.html
>
> (Can I post links like that on this forum?)

Sure you can post links like that :)

And that is the juggling ball I use. Admittedly, after 2 years, mine are
knackered, but still usable. Ideally, between 1month and 1 year old, they
were perfect, and I intend to buy a new set sometime. I find stageballs
just are too much hassle when they collide, and are difficult to do
multiplexing, so I don't intend to change.

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