While I’d be quick to recommend the Legacy II or DM2 as great starters, and there’s been some other fantastic yoyos mentioned as starters, please keep the following in mind:
The OP is not in the United States, so shipping actually becomes a problem. Cost is already an issue.
Try to get the OP put in a position where they won’t want for anything for a bit. This includes making sure they have things we take for granted like response pads, lube and strings. I hear too many international throwers who buy a yoyo, wear out their string and they are done because they don’t realize strings wear out so far,. Even worse: retailers near them that SELL yoyos often do not carry add-on items for yoyos, such as strings, even cheap ones.
I think all input has been valid here.
I started out really with a DM2. For budget, the Legacy II is a great option. Going down, I think the Lyn Fury with the double O-ring would be an ideal option as we climb down the price ladder. After that, we get into stuff that’s probably too light. The ONE and WHIP are in the 56 gram ballpark, and can be considered light.
What would be best is to find an online currency calculator first. See what your money is compared to the US Dollar. You’ll know more accurately what kind of buying power you have. Just don’t forget the accessories, such as string(if anything, get 100-count Slick6 at the very least, or even 100-count 100% polyester. Save $2 by going with white polyester string). Drill bits and wrenches can be used as bearing pullers in a pinch. Trumpet valve lube can be used as thin lube locally. If your response pads wear out, you can use flowable or gasket silicone IF the yoyo is compatible.
Look at the whole picture. Yes, it can add up and get expensive fast. Call up or email YYE if you plan to order from YYE and see what they can do to help reduce your shipping costs. The people there are great and will work hard to help you out.