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Herr Brian Tabor
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I'd like to find a silicone set for around 40 bucks or so. penguinmagic is sold out, any suggestions on where to look? Thanks
Scotty Walsh
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Silicon at that price, I can't help you. There are JL balls on Ebay, but if you paid a bit more you could get Fakinis from Denny & Lee. He just got a shipment in and they will be gone soon. Shipments only seem to come in about twice a year.
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The silicone balls that sell for that price range are okay, but the shells cannot be used. If you are looking for only balls, the cheap imports will work for you. The shells are not hard plastic, thus they are useless. I ordered a set and sent them back as the ad for these balls in not correct in what you actually get. Check out Ebay, they have a lot at different prices.

What do you mean Penguin is out? I just went there and entered silicone and got these in stock.

http://www.penguinmagic.com/p/S8045

I don't know anything about these, but they were the better mentioned previously. If that is still true, or that is what you get, I do not know.
Herr Brian Tabor
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Bill hegbil, those ones are a bit too small for my tastes, though I really appreciate the help!
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On 2012-08-23 12:48, Herr Brian Tabor wrote:
Bill hegbil, those ones are a bit too small for my tastes, though I really appreciate the help!


Okay, it seems your tastes and your pocket book do not match. LOL You should have been more clear in your posting. Please then - Tell us what you want, and we will try to help you.

More important, what is your hand size, buying balls you cannot handle is just a waste of money at any price. I found that the size of those balls is perfect for most people, they are easier to multiply without the balls hitting each other, but you will have to work on doing it as well. Meaning it is both easy with some practice and effort on your part. Any bigger and you will struggle, and probably give up as most here on the Café when they buy the larger sizes.

I was only suggesting within your budget. Seems I can never win, when member say they want ideas, and I reference the best, they claim it is to expensive, and when I go within their budget, they do not like them.

I want the new Farrari sports car, it is $2.5 million - as anything else - is not my tastes as well.
Herr Brian Tabor
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Bill, it seems like this isn't the first time this type of thing has come up, lol. I hadn't considered the fact that the bigger ones may be too difficult at first. Given that, I'm going to defer to your judgment and give them a try. And fair enough, I did set the price and you did help so thank you. Smile
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On 2012-08-24 01:02, Herr Brian Tabor wrote:
Bill, it seems like this isn't the first time this type of thing has come up, lol. I hadn't considered the fact that the bigger ones may be too difficult at first. Given that, I'm going to defer to your judgment and give them a try. And fair enough, I did set the price and you did help so thank you. Smile


If you want to go the $100 plus route, here are your choices on the Fakini balls.

http://www.stevensmagic.com/index.php?ma......id=10945

http://www.stevensmagic.com/index.php?ma......d=112573

http://www.stevensmagic.com/index.php?ma......d=113176

http://www.stevensmagic.com/index.php?ma......_id=2522

http://www.stevensmagic.com/index.php?ma......d=113178

http://www.stevensmagic.com/index.php?ma......_id=2525

Remember - this is only the 1st step to a Multiplying Billard Ball routine.
Herr Brian Tabor
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Luckily, I just bought my wife a 700$ sewing machine, so she's in a good mood. I just bought a set of Fakinis too and she didn't yell Smile Thank you, I can't wait to try these out!
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