Pink Kendamas

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#1

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based on 6989 reviews

8.8

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#3

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based on 4469 reviews

9.2

Product Dimensions: 6.65 x 5.91 x 2.2 inches

Item Weight: 8.4 ounces

Manufacturer: ZNNCO

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#4

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based on 2210 reviews

8.8

Product Dimensions: 15 x 10 x 5 inches

Item Weight: 0.352 ounces

Manufacturer: Shifu

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: No

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#5

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based on 2181 reviews

8.4

Product Dimensions: 3 x 3 x 3 inches

Item Weight: 1.1 ounces

Manufacturer: AMERFIST

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#7

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based on 541 reviews

9.2

Product Dimensions: 7.25 x 3 x 3 inches

Item Weight: 4 ounces

Manufacturer: Kotaro Kendama

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: No

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#8

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based on 531 reviews

9.2

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer:

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#9

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based on 501 reviews

9.4

Item Weight: 9.1 ounces

Manufacturer: BINGLALA

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#10

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based on 439 reviews

8.8

Product Dimensions: 2.25 x 3 x 7.27 inches

Item Weight: 5 ounces

Manufacturer: D & D Products, LLC

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: No

Batteries Required: No

Article: Pink Kendamas

All You Need To Know About Kendamas


Perhaps you are looking for your first kendama or want to buy a second one after you have played your first. You may be wondering which kendama to choose or what is the best choice. There are so many options available in today's kendama market that it is almost impossible to choose the right one.
You should always select something within your budget and with a design that you love, no matter what. You will be more likely to enjoy the design and connect with it than to dislike it and end up collecting dust on a shelf. (We think kendamas are great as accent decorations, though! ).

Some kendamas are rarer than others because they have some unique features or qualities. It could be the wood used to make the kendama, the paint used on the ball, or it was made specifically for someone or something. When you begin learning kendama, the Balance Bevel will not affect you in any way. You might not notice the difference between the one with and the one without at first. Although the Balance Bevel can make certain tricks easier to learn, it is not essential. A Balance Bevel can help you do all the tricks on a kendama, but it is not necessary. Our team has Pro Players who have decided not to include the Balance Bevel on models. They don't believe it's essential.

The string can wear out and break just like any other material. Each kendama that we sell includes an extra string. However, sometimes you may need a particular color or spares just in case. SixFinger String Packs are available in many colors to suit any situation. These strings are longer than traditional kendama strings. In fact, it has become more popular in recent years to use a longer string. This makes certain tricks easier and can be used in certain styles of kendama playing.

Many kendamas that you will find have been painted with different colors and have had a clear coat applied to the paint. Clear coats not only protect the designs but also help to prolong the life of the paint. They are also designed in a way that makes the kendama easier to use right out the box.
Whatever paint you choose to use has different cycles depending on how you play it and break it in. These factors vary depending on how often and how hard you play your kendama. They also depend on your local climate, such as how dry, humid, or hot it is. People in warm, humid climates often experience more tacky and grippy kendamas right out of the box. However, players from colder regions may need to take their time before feeling the same level of grip or tack.

If your kendama becomes dented and chipped, do not worry. This is all part of the learning process. Kendamas should be played and broken in. You will find that your kendama plays better the more you play it.  You can think of a kendama as being like a new pair of shoes. They feel great when you first get them. But, after wearing them for some time, they begin to become more comfortable due to how you walk and how your feet shape.

This is also true for kendama. The kendama will not immediately feel great straight out of the box. However, the box will start to wear down depending on how you use it. These minor nicks, scratches, and bumps are normal and should not affect your play. It will make your kendama even better.
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