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Almost-A-Magician
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Looking for feedback from anyone that has used this? How is the chop feature? Correct strength? Do the balls easilly chop? Release as they should?

I assume the routine provided is roughly the Benson Routine? Then into a chop cup routine?

Thanks!
Werner G. Seitz
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Sorry, but IMHO that bowl is plain and simple UGLY!
Just my own opinion, others might love it..

I don't care of which oriental strange wood it is made..it is ugly..

IMHO a bowl should also have some *weight*, which one made out of tree doesn't have..this comes in hand when you use large sponges (I use 2.5 inchers) and might also keep your final load down, depends on what it consists of.

In any case I dislike that bowl, weather Jon Racherbaumer did the instructions for that routine they provide or not Smile
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