Favorite Duncan? Need fast answers


#1

Hey guys, I’m in Florida on vacation and I was thinking about stopping by the Duncan yoyo cart, but I don’t know what to get! I was thinking about the Strix… Oh ya keep in mind I only have $60


#2

Go with their newest release the torque


#3

The guys manning the booth are very helpful and instructive. I bought a Torque there and am very happy with it. Do stop, even only to ask questions, you will be glad you did.


#4

Thanks


#5

The best solution is to see what they have in your price range and then try them to see what YOU like.


#6

Is it possible to try them? I thought duncans are packed in those impossible to open packages, and how would you put em back?


#7

Pretty sure they have demo units and if not I bet they have their own throw that they’d let you try.


#8

Yeah, they’ll have demo models. My vote is definitely the Torque.


#9

Is the torque as good for finger spins as they say it is? Oh wait I’ll find out


#10

I tried it and I didn’t think they were very great for finger spins. I was there about 2 weeks ago and got a strix! Just ask to try different ones and see which is your favorite! (I think the strix was 62 dollars for me)


#11

Isnt the Strix 55 on yye?


#12

My favorite Duncan is the Metropolis, too bad its discontinued, and even worse I messed up the axle seat, so its like a forever stripped axle.


#13

The Orlando YoYo club meets there in Monday afternoon!!


#14

What do you guys think of the Strix?


#15

I don’t like it. Too unstable and not long enough sleep times. And it has a horrible surface.


#16

Haha that’s funny, I bought it and I love it


#17

Mosquito.


#18

Haha that’s funny


#19

I definitely understood the intent of the question, so to that extent I WAS joking around. :wink: But I have to say… Mosquito, Butterfly, and ProFly are my favourite Duncan yoyos!


#20

Honestly they are all fun yoyos, the mosquito is fuN when you wanna do the classic tricks on a responsive yoo, profly and butterfly are both good fixed axle yoyos, I like them for stalls