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  1. Shibari Performances

    Jade Rope now offer Shibari and Kinbaku performances in Brisbane, Gold Coast, South East Queensland and Northern New South Wales.

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  2. The Hidden Risks of Learning Suspension Too Fast

    People are drawn to the excitement of suspension bondage, and, understandably, the new riggers want to attain the skills to do rope suspensions as soon as they can. However, in most cases I think newbie riggers are attempting these advanced ties before they have the adequate skills, knowledge, and experience...

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  3. Slings for Suspension

    Coiled Black 16mm SlingSlings are fast being adopted as the perfect solution for creating strong, temporary rigging points for kinbaku and shibari suspensions.

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  4. Why Batches of Natural Fibre Ropes Vary

    Each new batch of natural fibre rope will always have slightly different characteristics - learn why this is true for every rope manufacturer around the globe. 

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  5. Polyester Ropes – A Favorite Hit of 2013

    popular polyester ropesThe hit of 2013 is our Polyester fibre range; these great ropes for bondage lovers have many reasons for the sudden spike in poularity. 

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  6. My new favorite rope - Tossa Lite

    Single hank of Tossa LiteNoble talks about why he thinks he's finally found the rope that best suits his style of tying - Tossa-Lite

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  7. A Best Selling Suspension Ring

    Best Suspension Ring Our Mini Suspension Ring has launched into the Number 1 Best Seller position for our rigging equipment. The ring now also has the honour of being our 6th highest selling product. 

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  8. Synthetic Hemp? Really?

    Hemp and synthetic hemp rope side by sideNoble muses about his past experiences with natural fiber and synthetic ropes after he gets his hands on some of our new "synthetic hemp."

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  9. How to Dry Condition Kinbaku & Shibari Ropes

    Jade conditioning kinbaku ropeWe dry condition hemp and jute rope for kinbaku and shibari almost every day, and this is not only the quickest method, but it is also the dry conditioning method that offers the best result.

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  10. Guide to Rope Care

    Different Rope Types Looking after your rope is one of the key's to rope safety. This article covers a few extra points that you may find helpful. They are obvious, but often over looked:

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