red diabolo
Sundia Shining Diabolo (triple bearing option)
Sundia Diabolo
Sundia Evo G3 Transparent Fixed Axle Diabolo
evo g2 diabolo
Sundia Evo G2 Fixed Axle Diabolo
Sundia Diabolo
Sundia Evo G2 Fixed Axle Gold Edition
evo 3 sundia diabolo
Sundia Evo G3 Diabolo (Five Bearing Included)
triple bearing diabolo
Sundia Falcon Diabolo (triple bearing option)
Diabolo Marble
Sundia Marble Diabolo (triple bearing option)
five bearing diabolo
Sundia Trifecta Diabolo
narrow Diabolo
Sundia Storm Diabolo
glitter diabolo
Radfactor Soarin Diabolo (fixed axle)
Triple Bearing Diabolo
Radfactor Soarin Diabolo (triple bearing included)
sundia diabolo
Radfactor Soarin Pearlesent Diabolo (triple bearing option)
beginner bearing diabolo
Sundia Echo Diabolo Ratchet Axle (Single Bearing Included)
beginner diabolo
Sundia Echo Diabolo Fixed Axle
beginner diabolo
Sundia Nimble Diabolo Fixed Axle
Sundia Half Diabolo Top
high toss diabolo
Sundia Micro High Flyer Diabolo (fixed axle)
noise making diabolo
Sundia Whistling Diabolo
rubber performance diabolo
Henrys Circus Diabolo
light weight diabolo
Henrys Vision Diabolo
professional diabolo
MHD Pro Sundia diabolo
fire dancer diabolo
Fyrefli Fire Diabolo
chiildrens diabolo
Play Comet Diabolo
glowing diabolo
K8 Sundia IR-RGB LED Diabolo
precision diabolo
Renegade Diabolo
traditional performance diabolo
Taiwanese Wide Axle Diabolo
diabolo whip trick string
Diabolo Whip Trick Stick and String
diabolo sticks
Henrys Diabolo Hand-Sticks
diabolo handsticks
Sundia Diabolo Hand-Sticks
Play Diabolo Handsticks Deos and Geko
Play Diabolo Handsticks Deos and Geko
diabolo string
Sundia Diabolo String
professional diabolo string
Deos Diabolo String
rolls of diabolo string
Henrys Diabolo String
replacement diabolo wick
Fire Diabolo String
Sundia diabolo lights
LED light kits for Sundia
fixed and bearing diabolo axles
Sundia Diabolo Axles
beginner diabolo
The Diabolo from A to Z by Mister Babache
Diabology, The Art of Diabolo
Diabology, The Art of Diabolo
Will Roya Diabolo Instructional DVD
Will Roya Diabolo Instructional DVD
learning diabolo
My First Diabolo Book, Stick Grinds and Suicides, Crazy Cradles and Baffling Body Moves, Two Hot To Handle, Totally Diabolical


Renegade has selected the best quality diabolos on the market. You can find a diabolo that is good for anyone’s age and skill level. Below are the main factors to be considered when choosing a diabolo.

Diabolo Sizes and Weights

Children need to use a smaller diameter (Comet diabolo) or lighter weight diabolo (Tiabolo light weight) as their arms are not strong enough for a full sized diabolo. Adults and teens need a large-size diameter one (5”). All large diabolos come in two types: fixed axle or bearing axle.

Fixed Axle Diabolos

This is the best for beginners. You can pull up on the string to give the diabolo speed in both directions. The diabolo spins on the string. Over time, the friction of the string on the center part of the axle gradually slows down the diabolo’s spin.

Bearing Axle

This type of axle is fixed in one direction and spins on a bearing in the other direction. Spinning on a bearing, rather than on the string, allows it to spin longer. The disadvantage is that you need to keep track of which way the diabolo is facing, so you are pulling up on the string in the fixed direction to give it speed. Many advanced tricks are only possible with a bearing diabolo.

Diabolos Hand Sticks

There are many kinds of diabolo hand sticks. Advanced players will want a stick that has the correct balance and weight. For beginners, the wood or metal sticks are better to start out with. The advanced carbon sticks are not as durable.

Diabolo String

There are many kinds of diabolo string. Each brand of string is slightly different. Advanced players have personal preferences, based on what kind of tricks they are doing. The most important thing is to change the string often to get good performance.

Pro tips (advanced and intermediate diabolos players)

The type of string is very important for advanced tricks. All of the string brands are good for beginner to intermediate players, but for harder tricks, e.g., x-caliber, the sting needs to be thicker and suppler. There are various opinions on what string is best for a given trick. Once you are accustomed to a brand of string, a different one will feel awkward. The most advanced diabolo players are from Japan and Taiwan, and the majority of them use Sundia string. How often you change the string is also important; advanced players change their Sundia string after about 10 hours of use or less.

The bearing diabolo has changed a lot in design. The concept has been copied by most brands. There is a big quality difference among the various bearing types and designs. The best bearings are on the Sundia G3, followed by the Sundia trifecta. Cheaper brands do not have nearly the same quality level.