Aluminum yo-yo


#1

What Aluminum Yo-yo should I get for around $100? An Advanced one. 888x?


(Q) #2

Try a Double-Take Industries BassBoost. Only 50 dollars.


#3

Most metal yoyos will play good. Do you have preferences?


(Ariq) #4

Hmm, Can you PM me where to buy one?


(LookAYoYo) #5

wait hold on hold on. you know nothing about it besides its price. what do you like in a yoyo? undersized or larger? heavy, floaty; do you care about grinds? slacks, suicides, whips? do you want hubstacks or spikes? what have you played with before?


(Ariq) #6

I seriously think i am lucky to be in Singapore.


(laxdude99) #7

If all you want is a metal yoyo go get a protege or lunatic both are good relatively cheap throws


#8

You have to answer his questions before we can really help you.


#9

Thank You, umm undersized, heavy, hubstaks, and whips. Also, long spin times for when I first start learning a trick. So far a Pocket Pros Zombie.


#10

888x? If you want hubstacks, you have to get YYF. So yeah. 888 is undersized, will whip, just not that heavy.


#11

I would recommend a 888 classic over tye 888x just because for some reason its more stable making it easier to learn new tricks imo


#12

Thank you very much.


#13

888 classic is discontinued, but you could get it on BST. The Yuuksta would be another good choice its 888 sized and more stable, but doesn’t have stacks.


#14

You don’t need a super expensive yoyo, or even a metal one, to get a great yoyo.

Based on your preferences, a Yuuksta would seem to fit well. It isn’t all that heavy, but it feels like it on the string.


(LookAYoYo) #15

a skyline?


#16

yes you would be very pleased with almost any of these yoyos the skyline is alot like a 888 except with beefier rims makig it more stable. the yuuksta is also very stable too. either one will make you a very happy thrower.


(LookAYoYo) #17

but the skyline has hubstacks. also i am falling for the purple and yellow splash look. not to found of the yuuksta’s look. but still, opinion