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    I think it's pretty **** tbh. Took me a while to get the hang of it and still haven't got a proper technique going. Not worth 20 quid that's for sure.
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    I didn't get any presents.
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    Tried one before. Hard to get used to definitely, but when you get a good spin going it is real satisfying.
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    I had one a couple years ago (someone broke it). I think they're pretty good fun once you get used to it. Perfecting for building up your w***ing arm.
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    (Original post by Liam 09)
    Tried one before. Hard to get used to definitely, but when you get a good spin going it is real satisfying.
    Are the expensive ones alot better?
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    (Original post by Lamps08)
    Are the expensive ones alot better?
    No idea mate sorry, only ever tried the one, although I can't see how much different they can be from each other.
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    they're hilarious, i know someone with one, but i can't do it to save my life :P still found it amusing to try!
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    (Original post by Liam 09)
    No idea mate sorry, only ever tried the one, although I can't see how much different they can be from each other.
    I have the metal one, I'd say they're worth the extra cost.
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    I've got one around somewhere. Haven't used it in ages. Highest I got was around 11000 rpm. Not bad for someone with puny girl wrists.
 
 
 
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