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jokerthehoudini
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Hey everyone

I broke my dancing cane in the middle of the cane where it screws together. It snapped off. I tried using hot glue and tape but it's unbalanced. Can someone help me?

thanks henry
Magical Dimensions
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Sounds like you need to buy a new cane. Go for a solid one this time with a case.

Ray
JamesTong
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I would suggest the same too. You can get one solid cane from Precision Magic.
WagsterMagic
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Precision Magic without a doubt.

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Brandon
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valueduser
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Is your cane metal or wood?
WagsterMagic
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The precision magic is one piece and it is metal with a retractable th***d.

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Brandon
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john_rivav
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Precision Magic Dancing Cane is a excellent cane..

1. One Piece Aluminum Construction (35 Inches long) (For long lasting durability and perfect balance)

2. New System Always Ready to Go!

3. Perfectly Balanced Cane (No tipping of the cane, that can throw the cane off balance during performance)

4. A Perfect weight at 5.9 Ounces. (Allowing the cane to be performed much slower, making the trick much more magical)

5. Easy to Repair (The head of the cane has been machined to be removed to aid in repair)

6. Powder Coat Paint For Long Lasting Beauty

7. Concentric Design For Better Balance (It doesn't break in half as some other canes do as this makes the cane off balance)"

http://www.precisionmagic.com/Stage.htm
NickJegor
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I made my Dancing Cane from the alluminum broom stick!
If you nead some help I could made a tutorial for you how to make it by it self!
It looks amazing and it's solid!
Nikolajus Jegorovas
Kaunas, Lithuania
Web: http://www.nicholaskin.com
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