PB Metal Availability
I was hoping to order a metal recently and don't see it on the "Shopping" page anymore. Are they out of stock, and if so, any idea when they'll be back in? I opted for the sig series for my first powerball, but would like a metal now and possibly a techno (variety is, after all, the spice of life!).
They will be back next week - we are expecting them to come in a delivery on Tuesday/Wednesday.
Originally Posted by btpowers
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Thanks! Guess I could order a techno in the mean time to hold me over.
Originally Posted by Enda
Darn, I just got my dad almost convinced to let me get one and then theyre out of stock. Oh well maybe next week.
Any update on when theyll be in the store?
I'm still waiting for it to hit the store....
I did buy a techno, and I have to say it's the smoothest one I've used so far, spins up much easier too. Makes me wonder if my sig series is defective.
Now that you say that, is there ever any upkeep required for the PowerBall? Does it ever need oiling, or tightening of screws, or something like that? Polishing the rotor on the inside? Im an engineer and some things just require maintenance... ykno? Thanks
Kamesen if you oil your PB, you will literally kill the poor orb.
friction its what makes the gyro work.
dont oil it, just clean it from time to time with a tissue or a soft damp cloth.
On a side note, I am now PB-less. My friend took his back and I'm not going back home until Monday. Its a welcomed break, because the next day after I used a PB for the first time, my right wrist was pretty sore... so I used my left hand that day! I'll be able to rest up over the weekend, but I really want to get my hands on it again so I can strengthen that whole muscle group. Over Xmas break, I'll be practicing a lot, so when I get back to the university and play music with my friends, I don't think my hands will get as tired.
I can't wait!!
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