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Berlin Circus 1973

Trawler

Tony Steele (USA) jumps from 20 meters onto an air cushion 4 metres square. Elephants and girl. Trapeze artists. Acrobat on top of swaying pole. The Great Doval (USA)- Tightrope walker on stilts. Chrys Holt juggles suspended by her hair. The Hortobagys (Hungary) teeterboard. Sandow Komlos (Hungary)- Lion Tamer.

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06-07-2007

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Cosmic Diabolo

jugglingstore.com

The Cosmic Diabolo is out of this world! It has quickly become our best selling diabolo. Constructed with a smooth stainless steel axle and sturdy rubber cups, this diabolo is built for speed and durability. Its inset cups, acorn nuts and axle weights insure excellent balance and spin. All of these elements come together for a diabolo that keeps its momentum, in a size that is ideal for multi-diabolo play. MORE INFO: http://www.jugglingstore.com/store/detail.aspx?ID=237

02:34

3504

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08-01-2010

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Sling Ring Harpsichord Performance

SlingTrue

A game branded as Gyro Ring in the past, here is a fabulously addicting prop composed of five brass washers (beads) strung onto a stainless steel ring. To activate this prop you spin the brass beads and turn the larger ring to keep them going in perpetual activity. The ring can then be manipulated in various ways to perform a large range of tricks! This is a improv set slowed to 1/2x. These rings were popular in Japan and New Zealand circa 1995-1997 but remained widely unknown to much of the rest of the world. A small selection of high quality rings are available online at my website SlingTrue.org Please contact me if you have any insights or questions

03:00

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04-06-2012

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Steel door and a monkey shirt

VasimJuggleMassiv

The first real day of spring. A steel door, monkey shirt and some hoop isolation. Some experiments with speed changes and hoop isolations so a lot of sloppy isos. hope you like it. Probably the last iso video in a while, i dropped my acrylic hoop and broke it :(

04:36

2007

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02-04-2011

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Steels

00:57

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08-03-2013

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Yo-Yo Bearing Maintenance

Arron

www.arronsparks.com www.yoyojam.info A short guide to how to clean and look after your Stainless Steel ball bearing from a Yo-Yo. You will need: Ball bearing Yo-Yo Lighter fluid YoYoJam Lube (thin or thick) Tweezers Glass Jar Pliers/bearing removal tool Cloth/Tissue Ceramic bearings should not be cleaned in the way described in the video. Yo-Yo used in this video: Axiom & Sunset Trajectory NXG. Please note that steps in this guide can be dangerous and that following instructions from this video are taken at your own risk. Children should enrol the help of a responsible adult. Lighter fluid is highly flammable, gives off dangerous fumes and should be disposed of carefully as it is bad for the environment. If not followed correctly this tutorial can result in breaking the bearing or Yo-Yo.

02:42

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29-12-2009

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