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Juggling Diablo

Released on 21 January 2010

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El Diabolo (also known as ??The Devil on two sticks??) is the ultimate traditional juggling toy. There??s no cheat, just pure skill. It??s easy enough to get started, for adults and children alike, and incredibly satisfying when you start to pull off throwing and catching tricks - be warned though, once your Diabolo skills begin to develop, it becomes incredibly addictive! For beginner to advanced Diabolo Tips & Tricks, look here.??

Getting started:??

?? Hold a wooden handle in each hand??
?? Place the Diabolo on the floor with the string beneath it and one bell on either side of the string
?? Roll the Diabolo to the left and lift your hands so the Diabolo is on the string??
?? Keep it spinning by pulling your right hand up and down??
?? The closest bell of the Diabolo should always point between your feet??
?? If the Diabolo turns, turn with it!??

Features:??

?? A juggling toy consisting of a spool which is whirled and tossed on a string tied to two sticks held one in each hand.
?? Several Diabolos can be spun on a single string if you??re up for the challenge???
?? Many tricks possible (but you look quite the pro even when you master the simplest few)??
?? A medium sized Diabolo which can be thrown high and is easily accelerated to high speeds??
?? Rubber material is less prone to breakage??
?? Perfect if you're looking for some outdoor games for the garden come summer time! Let loose the devil in you and master the Diabolo!
When dabbling with the Diabolo (also known as "the devil on two sticks") you can forget about techie technological talents. This is a traditional juggling toy: there's no cheat, just pure skill. It evolved from the Chinese yo-yo so it's been around a mighty while longer than we have. It's easy enough to get started for adults and children alike and incredibly satisfying when you conquer some throwing and catching. Once the first steps are complete, there's an abundance of tricks to confuse and bewilder you or make you look pretty cool if/when you stop tying yourself up in knots or knocking out your neighbours with stray Diabolos. Check out the web for tricks. There're plenty of videos out there to keep you going.