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Tossaball Hybrid Studded special
pros: - great weight and size for numbers and all around juggling alike - the hybrid technology creates a very stable ball both in the air and hand, these have no wobble in the air(read more about the hybrid technology here http://www.flyingclipper.com/home/fly/cpage_129/why_hybrids.html - the colors are very very vibrant and are easy to see and look great for an audience cons: - the stud creates a potential weak point due to having pierced the suede, but this is a very minor chance of causing real problem. after using a set of the hybrid 2.8" tossaball's at my local juggling club i decided to look in to the hybrid technology and flyingclipper.com. i already had a decent set of 130g 5 and below balls but was in desperate need of a new set of numbers balls as mine did not weigh nearly enough(only about 100g). i stumbled upon the tossaball hybrid metal studded balls and boy am i glad i did. these balls feel broken in right out of the package and because of the filler that won't break down any further they will stay pretty close to the density they start out as. the purpose of the metal studs is to give a little bit of shine to the ball so that when you're throwing them high in the air they are harder to lose against the background your juggling against. that goal is very much accomplished, these are very visual balls due partly to the vibrant colors and the small metal studs gleaming in the light. the small size and high weight makes for a very stable pattern with higher numbers like 5 and on as well as a pattern that can be juggled very close and compact. in my opinion a near perfect combination of both size and weight. due to the hybrid technology most of the weight stays to the outside of the ball giving it many unique characteristics. they roll in your hands and can be controlled like contact balls, but have a completely dead drop both to the ground and any part of your body you try to catch it with. i recommend these balls 100 percent to anyone that wants to start working on higher numbers and wants a ball with some decent weight to it that will help solidify that pattern. also to someone like myself that has small hands these make great all around juggling balls. they feel nearly indestructible and unlike most of my juggling balls i don't feel like i'm going to destroy these by dropping them. i plan on supporting www.flyingclipper.com and may indeed make the tossaballs my #1 juggling prop from now on, a great combination of handmade feel and durability. great props and great customer service, jim is very helpful and will try his best to help you out however he can.