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panlives
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Hi Jugglers,

I am about to order a custom colour pattern from Dube.

Although I own several clubs, I never really paid much attention to the differing weights and handle vs. body dimension ratios.

The following are available from Dube. Can you help me to understand the actual performance variations I can expect in each category?

THANK YOU!!!

#0100 European Club 260 gm - Longhandled
#0101 European Club 260 gm - Shorthandled
#0105 European Club 220 gm - Longhandled
#0106 European Club 220 gm - Shorthandled
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Ultimately it's personal choice. But if you juggle a lot outside something heavier might be better. Likewise if you do a lot of passing, longer clubs are often preferred.

Numbers might be assisted by longer, lighter clubs.
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Thank you - which dimensions make for faster spin rotation?
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220 longhandled is the only club I would buy. If you lived in Philadelphia that would be the preferred passing club. The short handle are for spinning, or numbers. The heavy ones may be a little more stable in the wind, but not very much. The 260 are for old farts.

I have two sets of Dube European 220 gm custom clubs one red on gold striped, and the other gold on red striped clubs.

For fast rotation you want the short light clubs.
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Thanks, Al!
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I have two sets of Dube European 220 gm custom clubs one red on gold striped, and the other gold on red striped clubs.



Hey...I think I spotted one of these sets in your TV commercial!
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The red ones are kinda beat up, so soon I will send them back to Bryan for redecorating.
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