PX4 Sirius Short Handle
The PX4 Sirius Short is similar to the original Play Juggling club. “PX4” refers to the fiberglass dowel used to make this club in place of the original plastic PX3 dowel. The short handle is achieved by pairing the Sirius body with the Quantum tube handle. Normally the Sirius has a short body and long handle, and the Quantum has a long body and short handle.
All Play Juggling club models were refurbished in 2017. The old tube grip handle and traditional white wrapped handle were replaced with the new Evo Grip (tube handle) and a new flat cap. The PX3 is very durable. No staples, no tape, no glue. This club is maintenance-free. The assembly without tape keeps the club looking and feeling new. However, like all juggling clubs they are not unbreakable. To increase the life span of your clubs, do not juggle them frozen or on very hard rough surfaces like cement or asphalt.
We custom make each Play Juggling club for you. You can use the Sirius Px4 club generator to personalize and visualize your clubs by selecting colors for the bodies, handles, center rings, caps and knobs. Choose between round or flat bottom knobs, which are both available in all colors (the round knob type is pictured in the generator graphic). The Sirius Short model has differently proportioned body and handle lengths, but the Sirius generator will give you a very good idea of how the colors look together.
For more information on Play Juggling Clubs, look under our Juggling Guides and Tips section in the bottom footer of the website for How to Choose a Play Juggling Club.
Px3 Quantum Club Specifications
Dowel 5/8" (15.5mm) fiberglass tubing
Handle wrap taped tube
Knob and Cap injection molded
Shell (club body) width 3.2" (81.6 mm) blow molded 86.5 grams
Club weight 223 grams Clubs are hand made in Santa Cruz CA, all parts made in Itlay
by Michael D. on 11/30/20
LOVE IT! My 2nd set of short clubs from Renegade Juggling! I own the flat top too. Both are a pleasure to juggle inside. Lower throws and faster spins are fantastic for solo practice. These weighed in at 215g and my flat top are 245g. The lighter weight is better for inside but high throws over 10ft are more challenging to catch being so light. So far so good. I love short clubs now and after 20+ years with standard clubs only I can truly appreciate the difference! Use the tool to design your clubs and enjoy!