I find that my regular bowls wobble when they hit a rough patch on the
ice. Other than that they are great. I've thrown them at full speed,
collide into each other and no woble. It's just the rough ice that
does it for me.
I think if you really want them to curl you need to pebble the ice.
It's what indoor curling rinks do. I haven't had time to build a
pebbler yet but when I do I'll post my info here.
Has anyone else built a pebbler? What kind of liquid goes in it?
On Jan 24, 2:38 pm, Steve Taylor <sgtaylor...@gmail.com
> Yes they seem to slide well...though as I mentioned, can be wobble.
> Does that happen with regular bowls? Also, do the regular bowls 'curl'?
> Good year for this...we've had lots of nice days for being outside.
> On Mon, Jan 24, 2011 at 1:46 PM, mr_fitz <mindenoutersc...@gmail.com
> > Never thought of dog bowls. Great idea. They slide well?
> > Any and all "wobblies" we typically attribute to "user error" - just like
> > the software companies do...
> > I like the end caps on the handles - nice touch.
> > Enjoy.
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