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Flybar 800 Pogo Stick

Flybar 800 Pogo Stick

Overall Rating: 9.3/10

A scaled-down version of the Flybar 1200, the 800 offers some important things that the Flybar 1200 doesn't. First of all, it weights half of what the Flybar 1200 pogo stick weighs, and is much less bulkier. The Flybar 1200 has always been slightly unwieldy to handle, but with the 800 you see high bouncing capabilities without sacrificing mobility. The Flybar 800 pogo stick's maximum bouncing height tops out at 4 feet, no small feat compared to older pogo sticks. However, when considered with many of today's more advanced pogo sticks, this might seem a little small. The suggested weight of the Flybar 800 is 80 to 180 pounds, and is aimed towards teens, women, and lighter adult males.

The Flybar 800 pogo stick operates on a spring system comprised of very large rubber bands, essentially. It allows for adjustability between weights, according to how many thrusters you want to engage. This is handy for those near the edge of the weight class of the Flybar 800. This pogo stick is designed to be more a family stick, offering bouncing capabilities for everyone. This contrasts to the Flybar 1200 pogo stick, which is more focused towards those advanced users. The Flybar 800 pogo stick offers low impact bounces, and is a wonderful workout.

The only concern I have seen with this pogo stick regards its durability. There have been multiple complaints regarding the thrusters of the Flybar 800. Many people seem to break these thrusters often. Luckily, Flybar offers free thruster replacements for all the thrusters you break. Other than that, not many people seem to find this pogo stick bad in any way. The Flybar 800 pogo stick is a bit pricey, but compared to the fun and endurance of this stick, it seems a small price to pay.

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