What are Crystal Stix?
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Various stix games appear in most cultures. Bill traces his ancestry to the Cherokee Indians. They have a game where arrow heads are tied to both ends of an arrow shaft creating a baton effect when you spin it. Another source are the Chinese. You will see jugglers using three stix, these are called Chinese Rhythm Sticks. Obviously a game played with three sticks and your hands could have very primitive origins. We love the simplicity of the Stix, NO BATTERIES REQUIRED!
For years if you care for them properly. Best to keep them in a bag, away from chewing dogs and out of direct sunlight for long periods. Remember to clean them off regularly, a little dish soap or just a damp paper towel.
Crystal Stix are easy to learn and not something that takes years to master. Kids love Stix because they get good at them so fast. That's really the beauty of the Stix, they're not complicated. You can learn a new move every day with a little effort and a little effort means dropping it a lot. So don't be afraid to drop it, and one day soon that baton will twirl as if by itself.
About five or six years old or until they're strong enough to keep the baton in the air. Although, we have had kids as young as three do Stix with the inspiration of an older brother or sister.
The most common repair would be the tips on the Superflight handstix. To do this get some Plasti-Dip at your hardware store, and dip the tips in and let it dry for a few hours, then dip again, let dry 24 hours before using. For most other repairs call 800-438-7849 and inquire.