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ColtonRaelund
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Where can I find blank plastic paddles for paddle routines? White would be the best color for me. All suggestions are appreciated.
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Http://www.propdog.co.uk/plastic-paddle?tag=paddle

It is a UK company but it was the first place that came to mind.
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Prop Dog is a great dealer. Shipping is often faster because they can't ship "ground" to North America.
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This is a great deal! Two white paddles plus a book with lots of ideas:

http://madhattermagicshop.com/magicshop/......id=14132

John
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I like the look of the propdog paddles, because they are acrylic as apposed to plastic (now that I think of it, the name of this topic should be "blank acrylic paddles"). In my experience acrylic is almost indestuctible, whereas plastic is not as durable (especialy when you are like me and throw all your props into one box!).
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I agree with JHS's suggestion.
You can use Dry Erase pens which wipes off with your finger and comes with a book of 50 tricks.
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Have either of you bought this before? Just wondering...
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I bought
Adairs White Board Bat with Booklet at my local Magic Shop.
See the post from JH5magic. Above
I'm quite happy with it.
I don't know what it is made of but it looks like the material from a white board that use Dry Erase markers. It only comes in white.
It's $4.99 for 2 paddles, 2 Dry Erase pens and a booklet. You can't go wrong.

There's also the Turbostick. I don't know the price but it's considerably more expensive.
Here's a demo for Turbostick. It looks like the White Board Bat.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JqpVsjyAbO8

Good Luck
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I will propably end up with both, now that I know the adair set is worth it (yes, I think that even as little as 5 dollars is not worth it for junk). Thanks for the suggestions!
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JHS Magic said
"This is a great deal! Two white paddles plus a book with lots of ideas:

http://madhattermagicshop.com/magicshop/......id=14132

John"

I agree, this is a great deal. Just got mine from Magic Warehouse for $4 a pair. Bigger and thicker than turbostick, but not as easy to wipe off the marks. Great for a parlour show. Not at all translucent.
I lost my turbostick paddle and had to get a replacement without buying the whole package (DVD and paddle) again. These paddles are great.

Richard

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