Duncan Torque review


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So recently, i have bought 2 duncan torques and after playing them for a week, here are my thoughts about these two

First, the spec:
Diameter: 56.00 mm / 2.20 inches
Width: 43.2 mm / 1.70 inches
Gap Width: 4.2 mm / .16 inches
Weight: 65.8 grams
Bearing Size: Licensed Dif-E-Yo KonKave Bearing
Size C (.250 x .500 x .187)
Response: Duncan SG Stickers
Also Compatible W/ CBC or K-Pad
(Slim Pad Size)

And here are my personal opinions:

Torque is absolutely a versatile throw. You can do any tricks with it. It can handle tech, speed, horizontal tricks with ease. This yoyo is very powerful, long spinning and stable. Grind is not the best on this yoyo, just doable because of its finish. Thumb grind is kinda hard. Finger spin is ok, i just wish i could get rid of the hub of this yoyo so it can finger spin even better. One thing and don’t like about the torque is its response pads. They are too responsive and wear out really fast.

Pros:
Versatile
Powerful, stable, long spinning

Cons:
Not good for grinds
Bad response pads

To sum up, i would recommend this yoyo as a first metal throw and a competition level yoyo as well.

P/S: This is the first time i have ever written a review so there might be some mistakes, thank you for your reading