I know this is highly subjective, but I was wondering if the community had any insight on when to invest in a set of LED minis. I can do a few things with minis, but I'm nowhere near proficient. I'm wondering if I were to invest in mini LEDs, if that would actually help me advance bc I will enjoy the way it looks so much. But at the same time, I wonder if I should just wait until I am proficient with minis b4 getting an LED version. Thanks!

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Thank you! I think that was exactly what I wanted to hear! :-)

I bought my LED minis after only about 2 months of seriously playing with mini hoops. I sorta worried it was too early, but I had a festival coming up that I really wanted them for, so I just went for it anyway. I am so glad I did! It was absolutely the right decision.

If you know you love minis, I say just go for it!

I bought mine after about 2 months. It was a great idea. I love playing with them at home at night in my picture window. It really helped me learn get more into them. I have some mood hoop mini's and the balance is a little weird, but I actually prefer it cause it adds a neat rhythm. I also love just using one LED mini to dance with. So much fun!

can you elaborate a little more on the balance being weird?  i wanted a pair and they said they are counterweighted on the website, lies?  is it super noticeable or just a little off?

I have Moodhoops minis too. They are balanced appropriately, but the added weight just makes it handle a little different than a non-LED hoop. This is true for normal hoops as well, but a couple ounces of weight is a lot more pronounced when you've got one hoop in each hand! I'm very happy with my minis from Moodhoops, for what it's worth.


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