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  • AroundSquare Deadeye Contact Coin - Delrin

    AroundSquare Deadeye Contact Coin - Delrin

    Deadeyes are Aroundsquare’s first entry into the world of currency manipulation, and they’ve put a lot of time and effort into the refinement of this design, and the development of possibilities surrounding it. The delrin version of the deadeyes is primarily intended as a lightweight worry stone. While it is possible to manipulate them and perform “contact coin” style tricks, as with the metal Deadeyes, the lightweight delrin material makes such manipulations harder to execute smoothly. That said, the shape is the same as the original metal coins, with the same ergonomic indent on either side, making them an excellent fidget toy that won’t weigh down the pockets.

    The Delrin Deadeyes are currently available only in the larger 37mm diameter size. They weigh in at 7.5g per piece.

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    £11.99

  • AroundSquare Knucklebone Stainless -Micro Stainless

    AroundSquare Knucklebone Stainless -Micro Stainless

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    Aroundsquare's stainless steel Knucklebones are a pocket friendly skill toy that can be manipulated to perform tricks or just pass the time. The surface is machine finished with a light polish, and although stainless steel is not as tacky as brass or copper, the finish nonetheless provides a sufficient grip to prevent it from slipping out of the fingers. Playing the heavy metal versions can be good exercise for the fingers, and the momentum can be an advantage for learning certain tricks. The metal kbones are laser etched with the word "a r o u n d s q u a r e" around the equator to mark their authenticity..

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    The weight and hard material mean it will make a loud noise when it is dropped on hard surfaces, and has the potential to break things in its path. Be careful with it. The brass is relatively soft, and will still show scratches and dings on the drop portions... it falls with weight, so it hits concrete hard..

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    The 90% size "Mini" size gives a level of performance comparable to the original kbone size, with slightly less bulk. The 80% size "Micro" is still technically capable of all the same tricks, but for seasoned players, the size will feel very small, and will encourage a different style of play that is less dependent on momentum..

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    Knucklebone Micro (roughly 80% of original dimensions) weight 38.9g..

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    Knucklebone Mini (roughly 90% of original dimensions) weight 56.0g.

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    £14.99

  • AroundSquare Knucklebone Delrin

    AroundSquare Knucklebone Delrin

    AO2's Knucklebone is the original hardbody knuckle roller, make no mistake. This is a simple skill toy that is manipulated with the fingers of one or both hands to perform tricks and patterns, or simply to pass the time. It is very discrete (unless dropped) and can be played in very restricted spaces, and in contexts where other showier skill toys may not be appropriate.

    Size: Regular/ Original: 6cm long and 14g (machine finish)

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    £14.99

  • AroundSquare Everyman Aluminium Sport Begleri - Sloppy Fade

    AroundSquare Everyman Aluminium Sport Begleri - Sloppy Fade

    The Everyman series, is Aroundsquare's most refined begleri design to date. The design of the beads is simple, intentionally "average"..  hence the Everyman name. It borrows some of the best elements of both the Titans and the Hydras and integrates them in a fresh shape. It's bigger than one and smaller than the other. It's nothing bizarre. It's just normal. It's average. It's the Everyman. 

    The Everyman bead design updates the shape of the conventional "Standard Issue" Greek begleri for modern technical begleri play. The sloping top of the beads helps prevent the string from jamming up during rolls, like the rounded tops of the Titans. Like the Hydras, it features straight angles which help with grip and bead control, as well as a compact size which makes the beads nimble during play. While the beads are relatively small, at 17mm by 17mm, they feel substantial in the hand due to the angles and carry good weight. 

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    £14.99

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  • AroundSquare Knucklebone Delrin - Black

    AroundSquare Knucklebone Delrin - Black

    AO2's Knucklebone is the original hardbody knuckle roller, make no mistake. This is a simple skill toy that is manipulated with the fingers of one or both hands to perform tricks and patterns, or simply to pass the time. It is very discrete (unless dropped) and can be played in very restricted spaces, and in contexts where other showier skill toys may not be appropriate. 

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    £14.99

  • AroundSquare Knucklebone Acrylic

    AroundSquare Knucklebone Acrylic

    Warning: The acrylic “Ice Bones” tend to attract the interest of children, but they present a choking hazard, so keep them away from children under 10.

    About the Acrylic “Ice” Knucklebones

    The clear acrylic “Ice Bones” are lightweight, and have a smooth, glossy finish that provides good grip during play. The combination of weight and grip makes them less prone to drops, and is also excellent for many advanced moves that involve manipulating the kbone from one of the ends.

    Players accustomed to the momentum and gravity effect of the heavier metal versions may take some time to adjust to this style of play, but those interested in tricks and technical play will find this version extremely flexible and entertaining.

    The Ice Bones are quite striking visually. They are fully transparent, and refract light in very interesting ways due to their curvatures, allowing for some stunning photography possibilities. The coloured versions are dyed with excellent colour saturation.

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    £14.99

  • Monkey Knuckles - Wood

    Monkey Knuckles - Wood

    Monkey Knuckles - Wood Series

    Monkey Knuckles began as a wooden toy years ago, and this series remains true to those roots.

    The solid beech wood Monkey Knuckles are around 37mm diameter for the large balls, and weighs in at around 49g per set. They sport a laser etched AO2 logo as a testament to their authenticity.

    The mixed wood Monkey Knuckles make a statement with their ultra clean design, contrasting colours, and smooth natural finish. They around 40mm diameter for the large balls, and weigh around 55g (maple/ walnut version) and 57g (maple/ purple heart version) total. The smooth grain and slightly higher weight make them a favourite of many players.

    General Info on Monkey Knuckles

    Monkey Knuckles is about as simple as a toy can be. It consists of two large balls tethered on a string, with two small beads at either end that serve as grips or counterweights. The design of the toy allows players to integrate elements of play from a number of other skill toys, including yo-yos, poi, and others, as well as totally unique styles of play. The idea is to use the different structural elements in order to create different patterns of motion, isolated tricks, and combinations. You'll find a solid base of tutorials introducing different styles of play, tricks, and tips for getting started on our tutorial playlist.

    Monkey Knuckles was first developed in 2003, partially in response to trends seen with other toys, including other skill toys, becoming increasingly high tech and complicated. Monkey Knuckles was an attempt to get back to a more basic kind of play that was not reliant on precision engineering, and would offer a rewarding experience for beginners learning their first tricks, as well as having the depth to allow advanced players to come up with far more technical moves.

    Monkey Knuckles allows for both individual tricks and continuous flow which links tricks together. One of the unique features of the toy is that there is rarely a drop or a "reset" required. When a trick is missed, it is relatively easy for players to recover by linking their play with a different move instead.

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    £18.99

  • AroundSquare Deadeye Stainless Small Contact Coin - Mirror

    AroundSquare Deadeye Stainless Small Contact Coin - Mirror

    Deadeyes are Aroundsquare’s first entry into the world of currency manipulation, and they’ve put a lot of time and effort into the refinement of this design, and the development of possibilities surrounding it. They’ve started calling these “contact coins” because they lend themselves to a style of manipulation that resembles contact juggling. On the surface, the Deadeyes look like just a refined worry stone made from metal, and they certainly serve well for that. They are precisely crafted and beautifully finished, with an ergonomic indent on either side that is perfect for thumbs of any size. 

    Weight: 22g

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    £18.99

  • AroundSquare Knucklebone Titanium -Micro

    AroundSquare Knucklebone Titanium -Micro

    Knucklebone Smalls - Titanium

    Aroundsquare knucklebones are a pocket friendly skill toy that can be manipulated to perform tricks, or just pass the time. With the original kbones, we sparked a whole new category of skill toys, but make no mistake, the knucklebones are the original hardbody knuckle rollers. The kbone "smalls" are a downsized version of the originals, packing high performance and high end materials into an even smaller, more pocket friendly unit. The kbone smalls are available in a variety of metals, but all are laser etched with our AO2 logo, as a stamp of authenticity.

    Details on the titanium smalls:

    Knucklebone Micro: 22.0g (roughly 80% of original dimensions)

    Knucklebone Mini: 31.4g (roughly 90% of original dimension)

    Grade 5 titanium

    Sandblasted surface (will smooth out to a darker, more tumbled appearance with use)

    Laser etched with the the AO2 logo to certify authenticity

    Warnings: Metal versions are heavy and solid--can break things or hurt things if dropped. It is recommended that you play over carpet, couch, or the like, or outside. Also, they are theoretically ingestible, so keep them away from young kids.

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    £21.99

  • AroundSquare Everyman Stainless Steel Begleri

    AroundSquare Everyman Stainless Steel Begleri

    Everyman - Heavy Metal Remans

    Aroundsquare's "Everyman" begleri are simple, not too big, not too small, just intentionally "average". They're a begleri for everyone.

    The Everyman bead design updates the shape of the conventional "Standard Issue" Greek begleri for modern technical begleri play. The sloping top of the beads helps prevent the string from jamming up during rolls, like the rounded tops of the Titans. Like the Hydras, it features straight angles which help with grip and bead control, as well as a compact size which makes the beads nimble during play. While the are relatively small, at 17mm by 17mm, they feel substantial in the hand due to the angles, and carry good weight.

    Details

    17mm x 17mm dimension

    Drilled out with a 4mm bore for compatibility with 550 paracord

    Hardcore Compatible for use with any of our "micro" sized beads (not included)

    Stainless steel weight: 12.9g per bead

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    £21.99

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