There has been a lot of talk about PX3 juggling clubs lately. So what’s all they hype about? I’ll explain all that to you right here.
First of all, the construction of the PX3 juggling clubs is unique in that they are manufactured with a PVC pipe in the middle rather than a dowel of wood. This promises more uniformity and durability. It is true. I have cracked a juggling club in half that had a wooden dowel in the center.
Check out this illustration below to see the unique construction.
There are several different types of PX3 juggling clubs that range from the moderately priced to the more expensive. The lower priced clubs are less decorative and more likely to be used for practice than performance.
Let’s start by taking a look at the PX3 Sirius Club. It’s 225 gram club with a wrapped handle that is slim and soft. Play Juggling says it is their most popular club. This club is also know as the PX3 Pirouette.
Next let’s take a look at the PX3 Sirius Training club. This 230 gram club making it heavier than the previous club and it has a slightly slower spin due to the weight. It does not have a wrapped handle, but rather a one-piece handle called a “flex grip”. This is a great practice club.
The last club I wanted to look at is the PX3 Vegas. This is their most expensive and decorative club. This is a 225 gram club and it has a vacuum metal spraying decoration. This means the club is lighter and the decoration is more durable than a traditional sticker.