These need more care than the ordinary hoop.
** ALWAYS STORE IN A BIG ROUND ! ! !
** Polys need extra care, To keep your hoop in it's best circularity keep large, if you need to curl it just tape it together in 2 unjoined circles.
**DO Not push the button into the hole with something. It will get stuck
**Any excess heat or cold has the potential to weaken the pipe.
**Collapse 19 and 25 mm hoops for the least time possible
Curling too small in the heat or cold can fracture the pipe.
**Avoid wet and damp conditions!
**Take care if applying extra tape, especially clear tapes, the residue can be harmful to the pipe and the stickiness be transfered to battery and connectors, rendering the hoop unworkable.
**Always follow the upto date information on FaceBook.
Always replace with the same type and voltage
Only recharge the batteries which came with the recharger kit.
Take care to use the charger correctly, follow the advice sheet.
Disposables must not be inserted in the recharger
The least the 3.6v will last with super intensity is around 10 hours of continuous use running 20 Changer lights NB strobes and static use more power UV purple most of all . Rechargeable much less but give a much brighter hoop.
See Special information supplied for SMART HOOPS
For Power problems check out the Battery info page :)
Try to avoid damage to the structure and bindings of the hoop
Do not leave in the hot sun or on a hot pavement or even leaning against a hot radiator
Avoid pulling the hoop
Avoid rough surfaces as the bindings are likely to get scratched and loosened
A fine strip of cellotape will help re-secure loose bindings
Give yourself plenty of space from others and home contents!
Follow the instruction information where supplied.
Travel Hula Hoops:
The little silver button allows you to open up the hoop.
If fully collapsing be aware of the strength of the pipe.
Avoid others when collapsing and re-opening
If it is a tight fit, apply a little vaseline !
Do not bend the pipe it will kink and be irrepairable.
Most of all do not use something to push the button down. Your finger tip should be enough.
The collapsed hoop will be ok with the hoop pipe just pushed OVER the button.
See the travel hoop page for further information