Kirkland, WA (PRWEB) February 23, 2010
Adam Lamb, age 10, announced today the launch of http://www.DiaboloSticks.net , the new website division of DiaboloDepot.com that’s focused exclusively on offering the highest quality Sundia carbon diabolo sticks.
“We were skeptical at first, but these high-performance Sundia carbon sticks are outselling standard wood sticks more than three to one,” said Lamb. “Because almost everyone that tries these great sticks likes them better, we have dedicated an exclusive section of our online store to showcase the new designs,” he added.
Although they cost significantly more than regular sticks, the new Sundia carbon composites are worth it, according to DiaboloGuy’s recent review at diabolosticks.info. Each new Sundia stick is built from space-age carbon composite materials to deliver a rigid design with less profile and wind resistance than standard wooden sticks. Foam cushioned handles enable control with comfort, while a variety of styles will suit every personality.
Lamb is a fourth grade student at Carl Sandburg Elementary School, where he is a member of the school’s extra-curricular Diabolo Club created to encourage and support kids’ diabolo interests. With his father’s help, Lamb created his diabolo store to import and distribute hard-to-find Sundia Shining Series triple bearing diabolos to the growing number of diabolo aficionados in the United States.
The diabolo is a modern variant of the Chinese Yo Yo, a circus trick device popularized hundreds of years ago. Today diabolos are made of durable plastic cones jointed by a bearing and manipulated with sticks linked by string. Sundia’s triple bearing design is highly coveted by diabolo jugglers because it develops rapid spin speeds and enables a broad variety of diabolo tricks. Experienced diabolists can perform tricks juggling two, three and more diabolos.
DiaboloSticks.net and DiaboloDepot.com are authorized Sundia distributors providing mail order service everywhere in the United States.
Adam Lamb or his Dad