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#101

Delrin that’s really it i need to get a Delrin throw. So volume restock would be nice


#102

Noted :wink:

Unfortunately it’s not possible because of how thin the wall has to be :frowning:

This will definitely happen in the future :slight_smile:

Keep the ideas coming!!!


#103

Can’t wait for the Al5. Any rough idea when it will be available?


#104

Maybe a wide delrin, but not a super odd shape. Not like the Grind King or Volume. Maybe something like a delrin Wet Whistle. Or an acrylic Wet Whistle would be awesome too.


#105

Can a Delrin with Side Effects be done? I know you said a plastic can’t be done. Does Delrin fall in that category?

That would be pretty sweet.


(WildCat23) #106

Maybe something completely wacky. Something no one would expect. Maybe like a delrin Evil Yo (I just love that yoyo don’t I?).


#107

We’re shooting for 6 weeks after I am happy with the prototype! The 6 weeks gives me time to media finish, anodize, assemble, test, engrave, package, and ship.

Now this, I like!

Sadly delrin does fall in the same category. :frowning:


#108

Landon what is your favorite yoyo or yoyos that you didn’t make


#109

sorry for a double post but

Delrin La Gout


#110

delrin ti5 :wink:


#111

The One Drop Code 1 and the General Yo KLR

I’ll have to do some “outside the box” thinking for the next plastic :slight_smile:

Or acrylic, haha


#112

Could you make an aluminum core for response and for the side effects and have the majority of the exterior in delrin? Trying to help get what the people are after conceivable.


#113

can you mod yo-yos to accept side-effects?


#114

Acrylic with polished titanium weight rings and rims and side effects, as well as the area around the side effects made out of titanium.


#115

Sounds amazing but expensive


#116

Dang you guys are obsessed with side effects


#117

You say this like it is a problem. ;D


#118

Q for Landon:

i see that the yoyo, the “hourglass” is for sale on your website for $175 USD. my question is- how long does the hourglass run, as this might affect if i buy one or not.


#119

That sounds like a great idea!

Not with the tooling that I have :frowning:

This sounds awesome! I’ll look into the costs of machining it :slight_smile:

If you’re referring to the time before the sand runs out, it’s not a measured amount of sand and because I use colored, decorative sand the grain sizes aren’t consistent so it’s impossible to give you an exact time. That being said, it’s usually around 15 seconds


#120

Bump because I’m excited for the Al5!