Blasted Protostars


(WildCat23) #1

So, who would like a half blue/ half red blasted and maybe grooved Protostar? I would like to know because it is idea I have been considering for a while and need to know if their would be demand before I invest in Protostars.

Matt


(2Sick Joey) #2

That sounds neat


#3

Sounds cool, can you do it to one of mine?


(WildCat23) #4

Possibly, I would prefer to just sell them for now though.

Here’s a pic of my personal blasted Northstar.

And Grooving,


(2Sick Joey) #5

How much would you charge per yoyo to blast?


#6

How do they grind?


(WildCat23) #7

Most likely between $45 and $50 for a blast + $10 for a grove.

They grind about as well as One Drop’s Pyramytte (I think that’s how it’s spelled) finish. At it’s best, It would grind for about 4-5 seconds and mine isn’t completely full-blown, all out blasted. I could have blasted it longer.


#8

My own preference is for a blast over a groove. The groove just looks kind of worn and tacky to me.


#9

GREAT CREATURES BIG AND SMALL!! My God friend $45 to $50 for a blast??? You better be blasting them with diamonds.


(2Sick Joey) #10

Thats what I was thinking lol


(WildCat23) #11

That’s why it’s an option.

Sorry if I confuzzled you. Not $45-50 for the blast, $45-50 for the blasted yoyo.


(2Sick Joey) #12

I meant, What if i sent you like 3 throws, how much would it be per yoyo?


(WildCat23) #13

Probably about $10 since I only need to set up once.


#14

What media are you using?


#15

That makes a lot more sense… Sounds cool…I think if the grooves where deeper it would look cooler…


(WildCat23) #16

Sand, but if you steel-wool it, it doesn’t cut. Proof lies in that Northstar. Never had it cut a string. I may go buy some soda though.


#17

What do you use to blast plastic


#18

read the thread.


#19

it’s does not say what he uses to blast, it says what he uses to Groove.


#20

Ummm, yes it does. Read the thread … :wink: