Lil' Boss Begleri - Titanium
Lil' Boss Begleri
The Lil' Bosses are about as simple as begleri can get. Although they were never produced in large quantities, these 15mm bangers were first begleri ever designed or sold by Aroundsquare. The original Lil Bosses were produced back in 2015 in very small batches. At the time, we loved everything about the design, but with an eye to the future of begleri as a skill toy and EDC item, we opted to go forward with larger beads and a range of other designs with features we knew players would appreciate as the game developed. As our product range has grown to include dozens of shapes and styles of begleri, we decided it was time to bring back this Aroundsquare original. The beads have been updated with a perfect "Goldilocks" 3.5mm bore, and a subtle laser etching to counterbalance the extreme minimalism of the beads. They are available with your choice of our AO2 "anarchy" logo, or the full AROUNDSQUARE word mark.
The Lil' Bosses are only available in titanium at this time. They can be purchased as a stand alone set with a weight of around 7g per 15mm bead, or with the addition of two titanium Micro Bosses, for a heavier multi-bead set at around 10.4g per end. The solo 15mm bead setups play light and nimble, but due to the condensed shape, they still have a solid feel and carry good momentum. The combo setup with Micro Bosses can be arranged to play top heavy (for nimbleness) or bottom heavy (for maximum momentum).
Other material options (stainless steel, brass, copper, and 7075 aluminum) are coming soon.
- Bead weight: 7.0g each per 15mm bead, or 10.4g per end when paired with a Micro Boss
- Available in one of three configurations:
- AO2 logo (includes 2x 15mm beads total)
- AROUNDSQUARE wordmark (includes 2x 15mm beads total)
- Combo pack (one 15mm bead with each type of etching, plus 2x 11.8mm Micro Bosses)
- Featuring a 3.5mm Goldilocks bore, for use with either 275 or 550 paracord
All sets come with extra cords, stickers, and a carry bag, although colours and quantities may not be as shown in the photos.
New to begleri? Check out Aroundsquare's AO2 Crew demonstrating what this toy's all about, via the talented guys at Kuma Films