The Feicha, or sometimes spelt Fei-Cha is an ancient martial arts weapon from the Kung Fu tradition of China. This Feicha is a masterpiece for professional performers. The name means flying fork or flying spear. It has been used with contact staff techniques for thousands of years and is the origin of the contact staff as we know it today. An important difference however is that the Feicha acts as an off-centered contact staff, therefore playing with it feels similar to a Contact Sword.
The Feicha has bells attached which are used to make a loud noise to attract an audience during stage performances! Our Feicha is constructed so you can attach or remove the bell discs, which is very practical if you don’t want to drive your friends crazy. With bells attached, the very loud jingle sound makes your act very unique & impressive on stage!
The Feicha has a carefully balanced weight distribution. It’s core is made of the same 7075 Aluminum alloy tubing. It is extremely durable, doesn’t break or bend, and is light at the same time! The fork is made of mirror polished stainless steel, so it is shining and reflecting back the stage lights. The fork also removable, so you can use it as a practice contact staff too.
The handling surface is covered with our 3.2 mm thick SuperGrip©. It has a soft, spongy under-layer and a sticky, dotted over-layer which does not get slippery when wet. Over the years we have tested many grip variations and this by far provides the best hold even when your body sweats. SuperGrip© is also suitable for staff spinners with sensitive skin or allergies.
We recommend the Feicha for all contact warriors out there!
- Length: 59″ (150 cm)
- Weight: 3 lb (1330 g)
- Tubing: 7075 Aluminum Tubing
- Grip: 3.2 mm Thick SuperGrip©
- End Cap: Impact Resistant Rubber
- Fork: Polished Stainless Steel
Assembling / Disassembling the Feicha: When closing the connector, 2-3 turns are sufficient. Once you feel the connection is in place, do not force further – just check that the connector holds. If you tighten too strongly, the nut may break off from the rubber joint. If this happens, you can easily replace it, just reach out to us via email! But best to not break it! For opening the connector, 2-3 turns should be sufficient as well.
If the connection is turning but not tightening, it means that the rubber became slippery or clogged. This can be caused by oily dirt or cold. In this case you need to clean the top of the rubber joint or just get it wet. It should then work perfectly again.