What is the difference between different types of kendama paint and why does it matter?
Here at Cobra Kendama I sell kendamas with 3 different types of paint and occasionally offer customs from other companies. The paint affects the difficulty of every type of trick and the durability of the kendama. Here is a guide to the different types of kendama paint I sell:
Viper Clear is our most popular paint type and my personal favorite! Viper clear is an extremely sticky paint that locks lunars and stalls better than any other kendama I've played. Viper Clear is the best overall paint if you want something sticky that plays great!
Kendamas included: Viper solid fire, Viper solid forest, Viper solid river, Viper stripe fire, Viper stripe forest, Viper stripe river, Viper ash logo, Viper maple scope
Cobra Standard Rubber
Cobra rubber paint is a rubbery, silky paint that is a favorite of many players. It is pretty sticky ( not as sticky as Viper or MPLS paint ) and is great for stalls, spike tricks, and lighthouses. Rubber paint is my least durable paint option but still holds up nice when played carefully.
Kendamas included: Cobra Standard Fire, Cobra Standard River, Cobra Standard Forest
We occasionally collaborate with Kendama MPLS to create MPLS painted cobra kendamas. MPLS paint is extremely sticky with a unique hand painted feel. MPLS paint tends to be amazing for stalls and lunars because of its unique texture and sticky feel. MPLS paint also looks amazing and makes for an awesome custom kendama!
Kendamas included: Collab coming soon!
You can check out their own line of kendamas HERE
My unpainted kendamas ( obviously ) don't have any paint or finish on the tama. These kendamas are perfect for anybody who wants to up their game by practing lunars and lighthouses on a slippery kendama. Unpainted kendamas have their own advantages because they tend to be the best for spike tricks, juggles , and are the cheapest kendamas that I offer!
Kendamas included: Sapele Stripe, Zebrano Stripe
Get these kendamas HERE
If you have any other questions about my paint or blog suggestions email me at email@example.com
I hope you enjoyed this blog!
Thanks - Jacob Trebil