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Cereal Kendama Blog

*NEW* Performer Shape Release

Jonathan Lee

*NEW* Performer Shape Release
Introducing Performer, a shape designed to optimize performance for any player, new or old. A shape that we ourselves enjoy jamming. In this post, we will go through all the details of the performer shape so you can make a comparison!

Cereal Kendama June 2021 Massive Update

Jonathan Lee

Cereal Kendama June 2021 Massive Update
The June 2021 update you won't want to miss - restocks, collabs and more.

Evo Kendamas Custom Review - You Should Get One

Jonathan Lee

Evo Kendamas Custom Review - You Should Get One

Do yourself a favourGet an Evo KendamaIt's been awhile since I've done a kendama review. Due to commitments at work and at home, my involvement at Honed Media has winded down quite some.Don't get me wrong, I still love doing it - its just that the time it takes to test a dama and ideate how to frame my review is something I cannot afford today. Between my day job and running Cereal Kendama it's just a luxury I don't have.That being said, when I spoke to Kyle of Evo Kendamas and we decided to do an exchange of product,...


Who is Ben Pycroft? (@piedama)

Jonathan Lee

Who is Ben Pycroft? (@piedama)

Last year we had the opportunity to add our first player from the United Kingdom (UK) to the team. It started with a conversation on Facebook and I instantly knew that Ben was the right person for us. Fast forward 6 months later, we successfully released a first batch of his pro model - selling out all 40 units in the first 2 hours (the fastest we've sold anything out ever!)Today, we'd like to share more about the Dad behind the dama - Ben Pycroft.J = Jon, B = BenJ: Tell us how you got started with kendama and the...


Is a GT2 really worth it? (Opinion)

Jonathan Lee

Is a GT2 really worth it? (Opinion)

Grain Theory started shortly after I picked up kendama, and has always branded itself as "Small Batch Big Idea". Small batch indeed it was, as I felt the pain camping for drops at 3 in the morning because we're in Singapore.Nevertheless, my friends and I would still pool our funds together and shell out about $140USD (shipping included) just to experience what a GT felt like. Since then, most mainstream GT shapes have passed through my hands - from Birch batch 16, to NS and even the overseas made E-1. Considerably more expensive than the average kendama, albeit made in...