Author Topic: Taibolo Light-weight  (Read 2239 times)

AznnBoyaZ

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Taibolo Light-weight
« on: July 19, 2011, 03:53:27 PM »
Ok i was wondering about the taibolo light weight diabolo.
i know that is is 205 grams and was designed for beginners to mid-level players
But my qyuestions are:
How well do they play? like a v2 but lighter?
How long do they spin?
are more advanced tricks able to be done with it?(integrals 2diabolo tricks body combos etc.)
and overall is it a good diabolo? or should i go suck it up and pay 10 bucks more for  v2 or glary?

Scooby

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Re: Taibolo Light-weight
« Reply #1 on: August 08, 2011, 03:41:55 AM »
Hey mate,

They do play like a light V2

They spin very well, almost as much as a V2

I have not found the light weight limiting on any tricks

Overall its a good Diabolo, but you definitely want to suck it up and pay 10 more bucks for the V2.

I would recommend the Light-Weight to someone who is only just starting out and wants a quality diabolo to actually get somewhere with (unlike the very cheap and nasty versions around at the moment for $10 which dont hold proper spin, dont have proper axels and fall apart unexpectedly)


The Glary is a little bit lighter than the V2, but thy still rock. I just like the look of solid colours on stage.

Hope this helps buddy, If you have any more questions don't hesitate to ask!

-Scoobs
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AznnBoyaZ

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Re: Taibolo Light-weight
« Reply #2 on: August 09, 2011, 07:19:27 PM »
Hey mate,

They do play like a light V2

They spin very well, almost as much as a V2

I have not found the light weight limiting on any tricks

Overall its a good Diabolo, but you definitely want to suck it up and pay 10 more bucks for the V2.

I would recommend the Light-Weight to someone who is only just starting out and wants a quality diabolo to actually get somewhere with (unlike the very cheap and nasty versions around at the moment for $10 which dont hold proper spin, dont have proper axels and fall apart unexpectedly)


The Glary is a little bit lighter than the V2, but thy still rock. I just like the look of solid colours on stage.

Hope this helps buddy, If you have any more questions don't hesitate to ask!

-Scoobs

So my tricks arent limited? man this sounds really good!
i didnt expent you to acually reply to message LOL.
so i should just go get some V2s? or should i get some of these?
 cuz i love super light weight diabolos! they just feel so smooth
and floaty!. Also im wondering. do the colors look as amazing as they do on the online pics?

THANK YOU SOO MUCH!

 

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