Soooooooo , i have been playing with my ONE for over 2 months now and i’ve mastered quite alots of tricks and skills now and i’m thinking of getting me a new yoyo cause my old ONE is all buster up with scratches and dent all over .
I’m thinking of getting me something it worth my money for it and i would like you guys to help me out by helping me choose my yoyo .
My favorite yoyo types is : No Hubstacks, Flat rims , metal , heavy , unresponsive and have a wide gap . Somewhere between 20-40$ like a T5 from MagicYoYo .
Hope that you guys can help me out and appreciate it
Oh, I completely recommend a Magic YoYo T5. Way affordable, fantastic performance. I really like those V-type shapes.
Other options that are just outside your budget but might be work looking at include:
YoYofficer Aura. I like this so much I’m gonna get a Brave and Crayon. But at $50(Aura), $60(Brave) and $45(Crayon), those re all outside your budget. Amazing performance.
sOMEThING Firmy, but again, the price is above your spending range at $65 but is well worth it. I snagged one for $40 off BST. Wow! Plays far above it’s selling price.
Going with a different shape but still a V is the C3YoYoDesign DiBase. If you’re looking for a rounder shape, the delrin Halo is also nice. I think you may like the DiBase better, but at $55, you’re over budget.
As far as what YYE current offers in an all metal under $40, the Shinwoo Dolphin is one of your few choices. The C3 Token is nice, but as it’s very undersized, it has to be on the lighter size and I think you want more fuller sized. I like the Token. The other is the YYF Popstar, and my opinion is my own, and my opinion on this is that I have played it and I hate it.
I have absolutely no issues recommending the Magic YoYo T5. It’s a shape I like, they sell it in a color I like, it plays amazing, it’s way affordable(You can score these for less than $12 shipped to your door if the timing is right) and just really blows you away on price vs. performance. Oh, and I have a T5, and I really enjoy it, in case you couldn’t tell.
Wow, Studio42 . The more you describe about the T5 , the more i wants it hehe ^^. And to my opinion , i don’t like plastic yoyo very much so the Popstar gotta go .
But on the other hands, i could considered buying the Shinwoo Dolphins as you guys suggested since obviously you guys have some expreriences with it . But for now i’m still at the bottom trying to climb from A to Z so those out-buggets yoyos gotta wait .
But on the bright side is tomorrow my dad’s gonna buy me a T5 woohoo. Since i’m doing well at school and behave
Well, it’s a good throw, but it’s smaller than it looks. I wouldn’t recommend it for the point your at. I have been throwing for 2 years, and have had a DV888 for 1. It’s a fun throw, (so fun that I found a very good deal on another one) but the gap is small and it can be difficult to land tricks on. You’re call though!
Well , consider the DV888 is all out the list since i don’t like small gap yoyo . Maybe i’ll try Break Beat yo since man they have an awesomely hugh gaps and i did play with it because my buddy let me to ^^
I just got a protostar a few days ago to use as my outdoor throw (I refuse to throw an expensive metal yoyo over bricks and concrete). It plays extremely well for $35. I can pull all of my tricks and combos on it with plenty of spin left. The only thing I don’t like about the protostar is the weight distribution I guess… It plays like a rock on a string. I suppose I prefer floaty yoyos (never really thought about it until just now).
Wimp. Chucking plastic whips over concrete all day (mind you, some people wouldn’t consider my Capless “expensive” compared to boutique throws; all the same, I’d do it with a top-end YYR, too).
Did I already recommend a Chaser from the plastic world? Can’t remember. Really fun throw. Speedy, heavy, and aggressive. Or on the other end, Lyn Fury is fun and light.