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Diabolo classic

  • Diabolo Finesse IV Classic - Mister Babache

    Diabolo Finesse IV Classic

    Mister Babache
    Original price SFr. 40.90 - Original price SFr. 52.90
    Original price
    SFr. 40.90 - SFr. 52.90
    SFr. 40.90 - SFr. 52.90
    Current price SFr. 40.90

    Mister Babache's Diabolo Finesse is a medium-heavy Diabolo. It is available in different colors and is suitable for amateurs and pros...

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    Original price SFr. 40.90 - Original price SFr. 52.90
    Original price
    SFr. 40.90 - SFr. 52.90
    SFr. 40.90 - SFr. 52.90
    Current price SFr. 40.90
  • Diabolo Performer Profi by Mister Babache - yellow - Mister Babache
    Diabolo Performer Profi by Mister Babache - Mister Babache

    Diabolo Performer Profi by Mister Babache

    Mister Babache
    Original price SFr. 59.50 - Original price SFr. 59.50
    Original price
    SFr. 59.50
    SFr. 59.50 - SFr. 59.50
    Current price SFr. 59.50

    A large and relatively heavy diabolo for adults and professionals. The half shells are made of rubber. The diabolo is very robust and lies quietly in ...

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    Original price SFr. 59.50 - Original price SFr. 59.50
    Original price
    SFr. 59.50
    SFr. 59.50 - SFr. 59.50
    Current price SFr. 59.50

Buy a diabolo with a classic rigid axle. We have different models in stock. We primarily rely on the products of the Swiss company Mister Babache, but we also have other products in stock and can order diabolos from Henrys, Acrobat, Sundia and Juggle Dream on request.

diabolos over the centuries

The classic diabolo have a rigid axis. Diabolos is known from the early years. Depending on the source, one believes that diabolos were already known in the Stone Age. Reliable records have existed since the 18th century, when an English ambassador in China brought the first diabolos to Europe. In France, the diabolo received particular attention and was called "Le Diable" - the devil, which still resonates with the term "diabolo". 

Tricks with the diabolo

Most jugglers throw the diabolo up and catch it on the string. However, there are far more virtuoso games. The string is folded into shapes with fingers or the diabolo is rotated around the body on the rods in loops. The imagination knows no limits.

Buy diabolos in Zurich

The Jonglierparadies in Zurich has a large selection of diabolos. Come by and let us advise you. We are happy to help you if you need advice.