Good yoyo for learning


#1

So i want to buy an all-round yoyo under 50$ with good spin time, solid feeling and no to big to make the tech intricate tricks hard to do. It is because i want a yoyo that spin long enough to have me learn and work on new trick. I am thinking of the yyf paolista but i still wanna make sure are there any better choices.


#2

Shutter and horizon are good and inexpensive yoyos.


#3

Horizon


#4

I would definitely say Horizon. I regretted buying the Shutter but I will want to buy more horizons


(yoyobro!) #5

I would honestly say the YYF Shutter. The Horizon is good but in my experience it is a little less stable and hence has shorter spin times. I started with a Shutter and have since bought another. Hope this helps!


#6

Get the horizon it’s the most stable and long spinning yoyo I’ve ever played wkth


#7

Thanks for all of your advices, but I have already had the horizon and i don’t like its shape very much. It is also too big for me. Maybe i will chose the shutter but there is one last thing i wanna no: Can the shutter play 3a and 5a?


#8

If you’re looking for a good yoyo that also plays 3a and 5a go for the yoyotricks canon.


#9

^this

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#10

The One Drop benchmark W is awesome.


#11

The horizon is big. Nothing.wrong with that, just it might move a little tricky for tech if you have small hands. If you are looking for a good 1a/5a yoyo, the Duncan origami might be good. It looks somewhat like a shutter, and, from my limited experience, plays like one to some extent. The canon would also be a great option, but if you are looking for a super powerful throw for learning tricks, the yoyofactory paolista or yoyofactory czechpoint have more mass on the rims then the shutter or origami.


#12

What? You can’t be for real.


#13

^ :joy::joy::joy: The Horizon is one of the most stable and long spinning throws I own!

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