Budget Competition Throw


#1

What is the best competition yoyo under $55? It has to have all the attributes a competition throw needs.


#2

SD Flow


#3

Whatever is on my BST :wink: jk

I think the shutter or too hot would be great :wink:


#4

Shutter?


#5

That is the most confident answer I’ve seen all day :wink:


#6

Hahahaha! :stuck_out_tongue:


#7

Can you define a “competition” throw?


#8

A good yoyo.


#9

That’s literally the most subjective parameter. I mean short of just, I’m looking for “a yo-yo”. But even then, who would want a bad yo-yo? The question is more, what do you consider to be a good yo-yo, or a yo-yo you would compete with.


#10

This is just as subjective. It depends on how you plan to compete: Zach Gormley, Suzuki style or somewhere in between?


#11

It is subjective, but the point was to be more specific about their particular subjective needs. Rather than, “a good yoyo” explaining what they felt made a good yoyo (still subjective) would allow others to help. Just as explaining what that person feels is a competition yoyo, although still subjective, would be helpful beyond just “good”.


#12

Lol, sorry! I didn’t exactly read all of the comments previously so I thought you started the thread and was asking…
Sorry for the confusion!!! :smiley:

My point still stands though. How do you want to competitively play? Speed, slow tech, or what?


#13

There are plenty of “competition” capable yoyos in the $20-$30 price range.

Here’s a couple:


http://shop.yoyoexpert.com/product/90/YYF-Counter-Attack

The question really comes down to are you “competition” capable?


#14

+1 for A good yoyo.

Just about every yoyo avaliable is a good yoyo, so it’s not as subjective as it seems.


(yoyobro!) #15

I would say the shutter if you are more tech and the Dogma If you like speed play IMO


#16

Shutter for $55 and under, Shu-ta is better though, but it’s $65.