wooden Mojura fans


We can't get enough of these beautiful handmade wooden tech fans designed and made by our friends at Flow DNA in South Africa. Created to look good and feel great in your hands no matter how hold them, they are shaped to stimulate persistence of vision effects in motion, and rounded off for comfort and safety, with a slightly bubbly feel to touch. With a 15-step finishing process designed by a professional luthier, you can feel the smooth grain of the wood slide inside your hands.

Choose from 2-finger tech grip, 3-finger grip or 4-finger hybrid grip (Russian), available in small or medium size.


  • Balanced and shaped for box-tech manipulation, fishtails, gunslingers, spinning, and juggling*
  • Centre-of-mass marked out with a logo
  • Side balance points visibly indicated
  • They feel great for layering 2-fans-1-hand techniques
  • Additional grips on the sides for extra techy movement opportunities
  • Comfortable to hold at any point along the edges, as well as the inside of the fans
  • Made from highly durable birch plywood
  • Finished with bio-friendly shellac, like a luthier-crafted custom guitar

Sold as a pair.

* While this aviation-grade birch plywood will not break unless you try really hard, we do not recommend juggling on harsh surfaces like bricks and concrete, as the drops will cause marks on the edges of your fans.

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  • Description

    These fans were created with the goals of comfort and balance for all kinds of tech fan manipulations, from box-tech to swinging, contact and juggling.

    Available in small and medium sizes in 3 styles: 2- or 3-finger tech grip, or 4-finger hybrid grip.

    Small 2-finger - Length: 324mm (12.75") Medium 2-finger - Length: 356mm (14")
    Small 3-finger - Length: 324mm (12.75") Medium 3-finger - Length: 356mm (14")
    Small 4-finger - Length: 330mm (13") Medium 4-finger - Length: 364mm (14.33")

    Choosing a grip style

    2-finger tech grips:
    If you like to perform box-techy manipulations that involve more jerky movements where you need to stall the fans at specific angles, then a tech grip might work better for you. The angular shape of the tech grips help with stopping at increments of 45 degrees.

    3-finger tech grip:
    These have similar advantages to the 2-finger grips, except the finger holes are bigger so that 3 fingers can fit into them, or 2 fingers if your fingers are quite thick. Slightly more suited for tosses than the smaller tech grips. The handles are more like a cushioned square than the octagonal 2-finger grips, allowing for easy stalls at 90-degree increments.

    4-finger hybrid grips (Russian grip):
    If you prefer to spin your fans in a continuous flow, performing lots of weaves and fountains, or if you want to do a lot of tosses with your fans, then the 4-finger grip is more suited to your style. The larger ring allows for wilder spinning movements than a tech grip, and is easier to catch in the air, while the the wide outer ring allows for easier stalls and box-tech manipulations than a Russian grip.

    Choosing a size
    This depends on grip style, finger/hand size, arm length, and personal preference.

    2-finger tech grips: Measure your middle and ring fingers together at the middle knuckles. If they are larger than 37mm (1.45 inch), then you'll need the medium size. Larger than 42mm (1.65 inch) and you might need a 3-finger grip for your 2 fingers.

    3-finger tech grips: Measure your middle, ring, and pinky fingers together at the middle knuckles. If they are larger than 47mm (1.45 inch), then you'll need the medium size. Larger than 53mm (1.65 inch) and you might need a 4-finger grip, or use 2 fingers with a 3-finger grip, or contact us about a larger tech grip option.

    4-finger hybrid grips: Measure the width of your 4 fingers at the middle knuckles. If you measure wider than 72mm (2.83"), then the small size won't fit easily, and you'll need the medium size.

    Arm length: The small and medium fans also have different total length and width. If you're a small person, or you like to do a lot of tech inside your arms, then you might prefer the smaller sizes, so the fans can fit in the space between your hands and elbows.

    A note on upgrades: Mojura fans are not made by flowtoys and do not qualify for upgrade credit.