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What length/brand slackline should i buy for a beginner? Gibbon, Elephant, 15 metre or 25 metre?

Jason Ure slackline slacklining

What length/brand slackline should i buy for a beginner? Gibbon, Elephant, 15 metre or 25 metre?

  Very short version: We recommend the Elephant 15mt Rookie for beginners in most cases. You can read more below to find out why. Buying a Slackline in Australia is easy. The two main brands in the world of slacklining are Elephant Slacklines and Gibbon Slacklines. Both excellent brands founded in Europe.  The Elephant lines are still manufactured in Germany which gives then the lead in quality still, yet Gibbon remains the world leader due to epic marketing and a solid product lineup.  So which one should you get? Well from our stand point, the Elephant provide better value for a...

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Carbon Fibre/Fiber is the new Aluminum of Fire Spinning

Jason Ure

Carbon Fibre/Fiber is the new Aluminum of Fire Spinning

Carbon Fibre Fire Staffs are making a huge inroads into the fire spinning prop scene. In a market traditionally dominated by aluminium we are seeing the pros looking to replace their gear with carbon fiber across the board.  The benefits of carbon fibre are pretty convincing. The stuff just doesn't bend!! It's ridiculous how tough it is really. Not only that, the stuff is incredibly light weight.   This is also a new trend in contact staff and dragon staff play, weight loss. People are preferring lighter gear, with weight focussed in key areas to help do moves that weren't...

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LED Staff - Where is the technology at?

Jason Ure Concentrate FLOWTOYS LED staff

LED Staff - Where is the technology at?

The LED staff has been around for a while now. I remember back in the day, Aerotech had some LED staffs that were pretty great for that time. I'm talking 15 years ago. They did cost $1100+ though.  Then Flowtoys had their staffs. Modular system that you filled with the flowlights. They were kind of cool, but still at around $300-$400 for a staff, it was a bit much. Plus you had to turn off all those lights, and they only did one color combo.  Then there was the original Concentrate staff. These were pretty good. They only required one light...

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Dragon Staff Manufacturing

Jason Ure

Dragon Staff Manufacturing

Dragon Flow The Dragon Staff craze continues. It's the kind of prop that people get really excited about. Showing first timers how to do a 'Chi Roll' gets them hooked on the feel.  I guess the main aim is to feel that 'flow'. That state where you have to let go of stiffness. Where you need to be supple and fluid. Different props encourage this in different ways. The dragon is a shortcut there as it's moving so much and to keep it that way we do have to embrace that flow state.  So as the art grows the gear...

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Massive Candle Installation

Jason Ure

Massive Candle Installation

Community Art is great. Getting a group of people together to create something beautiful, just for the love of it.  Our good friend Kristian Baggerson had a dream. To build a candle mandala using 1500+ candles. It was to be 30 metres wide and a geometric masterpiece.  So we collaborated with him to help make it a reality. Turns out it was so worthwhile! Currumbin beach was the location. With around 50 people gathering on the day to help fill bags, and place them out on the mapped out design lines. Candle lighting began just before sunset and took a...

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