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Brian Proctor
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Has anyone handled this set? How heavy are they? I'm looking for a new set for my street show and want something with weight that will stand up to performances and my wand beating the heck out of them.

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I think Bill Palmer has reviewed or even actually purchased a set of these?
Use the Café search feature. I know I've seen a write up of these cups some-
where.
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They weigh about 4 - 4.5 ounces each. They will accept a tennis ball. These are NOT street cups. They are copper plated copper. Usually this meams that the copper was plated in order to equalize the color of the metal.
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Thank you Bill! I will stay away from getting these as a street set. I don't want anything that is going to not withstand heavy beating and wind.
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There are much better choices.
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Brian, Jake's right, Bill has posted about these here (and, I believe on the cupscon site too.)

The set I bought were sent in a terrible state. I have to say that I bought them when they were being sold by the maker on ebay and not from the Magic Warehouse however. I say sent in a terrible state because the centre cup of the stack was badly damaged in a way that was only possible that they were packed in a damaged state and sent that way. The photos etc of the set I purchased are on my site, these are not cups for the street.

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