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Offline The Void

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Re: Shin Fuji or Sunrise?
« Reply #15 on: 23 January, 2012, 14:12:28 »
Heh, yeah, people should either:

1) Keep their kendama in the packet as a speculative investment
2) Put it on a shelf as an ornament
3) PLAY with the thing! Get your £15-worth of fun out of it, and don't give a damn about dings.

I'm mostly all about #3, but I have done 1 & 2 too.  :)
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Re: Shin Fuji or Sunrise?
« Reply #16 on: 29 January, 2012, 01:29:06 »
I got the Sunrise kendamas today, they feel really solid and play awesome.

The sarado was unusually large on the white one, and after looking through this forum I have found that there were some earlier ones that went out with fatter sarados.

To be honest I kinda like it.

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Re: Shin Fuji or Sunrise?
« Reply #17 on: 03 February, 2012, 03:26:57 »
Just to add, albeit slightly off-topicy, that the KCN apple green Battle I had - played to absolute death - was the slipperiest, skiddiest thing I've ever played with. Lighthouses were an absolute mare if you were more than half a degree off perfect vertical and the day I finally landed a lunar on it, I stopped growing grey hairs. A tough, tough cookie indeed - seems like I had one of the rare ones hell-bent on never becoming sticky.

Back on topic, in my opinion Sunrises are the best "all round" kendama I have had the pleasure of playing, with Oozora a close second. Sadly never played a Terra, and it's unlikely I will in the immediate future, but I hear they're quite the beasts too.


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