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Sundia Suns for 3d
« on: June 29, 2014, 09:40:00 PM »
How do you guys feel about Sundia Suns for 3d? In this forum: , people say that because of it's weight, it's easier to 3 diabolo shuffle?
They're cheaper than Taibolos so I'm thinking of buying some because my 3d shuffle with Finesses ends up in a semi flat, uncomfortable asynch shuffle.


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Re: Sundia Suns for 3d
« Reply #1 on: June 30, 2014, 12:01:47 AM »
I'll start this reply with the fact that I still can't run 3d - but i do know a lot about Sundia diabolos....

Firstly - Sundia Suns come in 2 weights currently (although the lighter version is now discontinued- but you might still find some in shops)

From people who are very good at 3d and more I've been told that Suns both types are very good for numbers because they stay straight and gain speed fast.

For learning i know that the heavier version are better because the extra weight keeps things spinning and in line longer - though once you find the shuffle they can feel a little heavy with 3 on the string.
You can customise the weight on Sundia's so you should be able to find the right weight to suit you.

The newest Sundia (the EVO) are the best of both worlds and are very popular for those learning 4d & 5d- they spin like a heavy Diabolo but are quite light - but they are expensive compared to Suns/Taibolos. - shop for Sundia diabolos, Handsticks & String


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Re: Sundia Suns for 3d
« Reply #2 on: July 02, 2014, 12:14:47 PM »
I say always its just what you like to use.
I like them, both versions, but its not my favourite diabolo type, go to a shop or where ever you can test them and it will be good I think ;)


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