Thursday, June 28, 2012

Lunastix Juggling Sticks Sponsor Review


In my search for Made in America products I happened upon Lunastix Juggling Sticks and was so thrilled that I was able to do a review for them. The concept of Lunastix came about as a fun challenge to engage your mind and relax you. Taking a break from screen time, and getting into the game at hand. 


They help give you Fun, Focus and Balance.





Made in Utah, this 3 piece set can give hours of fun and laughter as you try to learn Tic Toc, the Helicopter, the Spin and the Toss.
After you have those down to a science there are many advanced tricks you can try and each comes with a short video to show you how to do them. It does require a learning curve!

Entertaining for the person watching the child learn how to use this new devise :) 

Visit Lunastix online www.lunastix.com

Watch for the Made in America Blog Hop beginning July 4th for your chance to win a Kid set of Lunastix of your own!! http://melanieski.blogspot.com/2012/07/made-in-america-blog-hop.html

 
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8 comments:

  1. what fun, my husband would love these!

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  2. My whole family would love these. We could challenge each other. It would be great especially if I was the best.

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  3. I think my 10 year old son would love this! It would be great for eye/hand coordination...Great review, great product!

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  4. these would be great for my oldest son...

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  5. My husband can juggle balls, but this looks like something else entirely--I bet I could do it!

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  6. Looks really cool. Something my son would love and I think I could get into it too. Glow-in-the-Dark version looks coolest, but kid-sized would be best for him, and I'm sure Jester would be more in my range. Ha.

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