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  1. Bret Hinds

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    Has anyone tested out the holder from century? If so what did you think about it?Thank you all the best in the arts
     
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    Which one are you referring to?
     
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    We have one, and it is very well made. There are some bigs guys in our school, including Chip, he is 6'3" 225lbs, that bang away on that thing and it's still in good shape. The think I like about it , is if you miss, the padding helps to prevent injury. The only draw back is it only holds 5 boards. We have a BLack Belt that broke 11 , no spacers at the ISKA last year.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GIgsXZHo3Pk&feature=related
     
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    Thank you to all that replied. No spacers Cool! I was thinking of buying one for our dojang. Would it hold bricks? All the best in the arts
     
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    We had one at my old school and it worked well - it was great for power breaking, but seemed more of a hassel to set up for regular breaks....
     
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    $599 :barf:

    Seriously... make your own out of wood!

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    Wholesale would be cheaper, of course. But your point is well made. Seems like a lot of $$ for an item you wouldn't use daily.
     
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    How do you make one of them?
     
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