"I've never used an hdpe fire hoop but I have a polypro one and it so light I love it. I have both hdpe and polypro leds and polypro is indeed lighter. Which in my opinion balances out with the weight of the wicks on a fire hoop."
"I have both a fire hoop and quick wicks. I absolutely love both but my favorite advantage to my quick wicks are that if you downsize your hoop you dont have to worry about being stuck with a fire hoop too big for you. You can put your quick wicks on…"
So I've been firehooping wearing 100% cotton bra and cotton shorts.... and i'm getting bored of this basic outfit as i've been performingand wanted ideas on where to buy or how to make a more awesome fire spin friendly outfit/costume! any cool tops, shorts, belts or skirt ideas or anything??thanks :)See More
"get the smallest size hoop that you can manage since the wicks/spokes add extra length and weight making the hoop feel bigger and move like a bigger hoop. i got a 36" hoop and my quick wicks are the 5" spokes with 1.5" wicks from…"
"pretty much this.. i got some quick wicks and they are quite versatile and nothing really beats them in that department.
however, i didn't treat mine too well and the wire cables unravel over time, quite frustrating.
"I've had friend that have the premade fire hoop and I have the quick wicks. They both have one problem in common, the steel wire cables will break over time, they are sensitive to drops. The pros to quick wicks is that when one breaks…"
what is the difference between getting quick wicks or a premade fire hoop? I'm trying to figure out the pros and cons of each direction so i can make an educated decision at least.i'm just looking for something with the best over all quality performance.so any advice/tips/suggestions/insight is greeaatly appreciated!! thank you!!! -Lindsay Rappfirstname.lastname@example.orgSee More