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After 38 years, Flying Clipper is announcing a reduction in juggle ball production. As we sell through current inventories, we will decide on what stays and what does not. We thank everyone for their support of our craft. It is a pleasure being part of the juggling community. Connecting to many folks around the world has been a gift given to us by this wonderful fellowship. *All balls at closeout price points are subject to grading for matched sets.
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Rubber filled odds and ends.
*These balls are reduced as factory end runs and are therefore subject to grading for matched sets.
Weight: 110 grams
95% fill ratio
I've had a set of the LD Pros for a few months now and while I really enjoy those for working on 7, 8, and 9, they feel a little small in my hands for certain other tricks. So I decided on trying a set of these.
Pros: -The quality of the craftsmanship is top notch. -Customer service is always wonderful. -Fabric feels super soft yet durable. Also has great grip. -Size is absolutely perfect for what I'm wanting. Big enough for regular 3-5 ball stuff, while small enough for numbers as well. And they fit magnificently into multiplex patterns. -These are my first balls using the rubber filling, and I gotta say... it's AWESOME. It's probably the softest and smoothest filling I've ever felt. I understand why people have compared juggling these style balls to juggling big marshmallows.
Cons: (kinda) -This is barely a con and I'd give 4 1/2 stars if I could. They were definitely saggier than I assumed they'd be. The site lists them at 90% filled, but looking at them and feeling them it sure seems lower than that. However, I think I'm really liking the way they turned out. There's nothing really wrong with them; they just weren't exactly what I was expecting (not necessarily a bad thing). So for anyone looking to buy these, remember they are a little underfilled.
Overall, I'd recommend these for sure.
FLYING CLIPPER ANSWER: Keith got the last orange balls in inventory and they were a little softer in nature than the usual run but good balls in their own right.