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Customer Review of the Rubber Sai
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Rubber Sai are safe! However I didn't want rubber bands, I wanted Rubber Sai.

These are just what they are implied to be RUBBER PRACTICE SAI! They are useful for working out the movements, but I have to agree with other reviewers. These could have been just a bit less pliable. They bend just a little too much, so I'm looking for a way to beef them up a bit, without adding too much weight and still keeping them safe to use. Sai movements require wrist snaps in lots of cases, and these things are way floppy when used in that manner. Still they serve a purpose. I don't have to grab real sai every time I want to practice. Also for what you get they should probably cost a bit less. 18 dollars is a bit too much to ask for these in my opinion because they are so floppy/pliable. The manufacturer needs to think about a different approach to making these as well if they plan to keep selling these.  
by: gregc107
6/6/2006 7:36:42 PM
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