Another unpopular opinion:
I hate video yo-yo reviews. I know almost every yo-yo is good now and it’s really about preference but that doesn’t seem to be addressed from what I’ve seen so far. Most reviews boil down to:
- Describe the shape and list specs.
- Compliment the looks and feel of the anodization.
- Talk about how well the yo-yo fingerspins and grinds, which is 2% of the tricks most people will do.
- Very little detail into how it actually feels during play and how fast or slow/heavy it plays, the most useful information.
Also hard to find a reviewer who throws fast enough to evaluate that aspect and isn’t also trying to sell you the product from their site at the same time.