Diabolo

The diabolo is a little like a giant yo-yo - just not attached to the string! Developed as a toy hundreds of year ago in China, the diabolo is one of the most versatile and exciting circus disciplines. Diabolos can be thrown and caught on the string and stick as well as skipping tricks and lots more. Whilst beginners normally start with just one medium sized diabolo, many advanced players use two, three or more at a time. There's a whole slection of fantastic diabolo videos worth exploring on juggling.tv! to get you inspired. Fantastic resources for beginners are the Diabolo Tricks Website and The Diabolo Planet triple DVD offers instruction, performance and documentary all in one.

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  • JC Kit  -  Ultra Light  2

    JC Kit - Ultra Light 2

    The Ultra Light II is a replacement axle/hub kit for the Henry Circus Diabolo. This kit reduces the weight from 300g to 275g. It increases the width and improves the weight distribution making the diabolo spin longer and faster. The material used (polyamid) and modified hub shape have many advantages over the original aluminium hubs such as longer and smoother finger/stick grinds, reduced string discolouration and dramatically increased string life. Kit contatains 2 Hubs 2 Plastic washers 2 Aluminium washers 2 Aluminium nuts A stainless steel axle An axle Learn More
    £14.99

  • JC Kit - Standard Light Kit

    JC Kit - Standard Light Kit

    The standard light kit is a replacement axle/hub kit for the Henrys Circus diabolo. This kit reduces the weight from 300g to 270g It improves the weight distribution making the diaboolo spin longer and faster. The material used (polyamid) and modified hub shape have many advantages over the original aluminium hubs such as longer and smoother finger/stick grinds, reduced string discolouration and dramatically increased string life. Kit contatains 2 Hubs 2 Plastic washers 2 Aluminium nuts A stainless steel axle Learn More
    £14.99

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