The Mega Fiberhead 160 has the same long strands of fibre optics as the standard fiber head included with the PixelWhip 4. The difference is the number of strands is doubled (from 80 to 160 strands!). This gives a fuller and far more impressive visual effect, AND the entire bundle of fibers looks way brighter.
With more fibers to catch more light, the entire length of the whip is more visible. Your shapes will look cleaner and much more impressive, and grid work will be significantly enhanced.
The fibers in the head are mounted in the same precision radial bearing, so they still have the same smooth flow. But the number of fibers adds more elements that will change the way you play.
First, the obvious – it’s heavier than the standard head. This means off-the body moves, isolations, and rope-dart style whipping can be easier to perform.
Pixelwhips are a very creative flow prop, so more fibers open up more possibilities. The fibers also stay together more easily, making dancing with the whip easier and the flow smoother.
More fibers give you more possibilities for split whipping, where you split the fibers into separate bright tails. Two splits are possible with a standard fiber head, and that's great, But you can split the Mega fiberHead into four super-bright tails to open up new play styles!
Braiding the fibers can make different tricks and different styles of play more accessible and give a less chaotic look to your flow.
If you like to trim your fibers, you have many more possibilities to customise your set-up! These come supplied with the shortest fiber length at 45cm (1.5 ft) and the longest fiber at 180cm (6ft).
Remember – the fibers can injure your eyes – seriously! Every move where the fibers come near your face presents an eye hazard.
Wearing safety glasses is recommended! Not intended for use by children under 14.
Fibers can tangle and get wild looking if un-braided, and you will lose fibers over time. How soon and how many fibers you lose depends mainly on how hard you whip. Play hard, and you may need a new head every three months. This could be up to every two years for those who like it a little gentler.
|Country of Manufacture||China|