hayabusa or flying panda?


#1

Ok so i absolutely LOVE 4A but unfortunatley all i have is a crappy Xodus II and i need better spin time and performance. I have never used a flying panda or a hayabusa so i need some preference on which one i should get. Thanks!


#2

the hayabusa is much more accurate and smoother than the panda. not to mention the hayabusa doesn’t need a response system that needs replacing.

although if you consider yourself a begginer i don’t recomend either of these.
i’d suggest an aquarius or yyf offstring.

~greenbologna


#3

I can do all the tricks on the off string section so i guess im not a begginer! I was kinda going for hayabusa any way but i just wanted that confirmed. Thanks!


#4

i would say u should get the hayabua and i like that u want to get a duncan yo yo go duncan


#5

Over the two, go with the Hayabusa SL. SL is soft landing, and won’t break as the higher risks are with the regular Hayabusa. The Flying Panda is a very good beginners offstring yo-yo. Wide, rubber rims make it easy so if you drop it, it’ll bounce. The Hayabusa SL is even better. The Panda has a bigger diameter, but a smaller width. Whichever you choose, you’ll like it. :wink:


(Yo!It'sMatt) #6

Hayabusa. The panda feels weightless in my hands. Plus the hayabusa SL will last a little longer than a regular one.


#7

OK! Thanks a lot!


(JayVee) #8

I personally like the Flying Panda a lot. It’s about the same weight and gap width as the YYJ Dark Magic, but it has rubber rims that give it a larger diameter. And it plays really smoothly on the string.

I’m not sure about the Hayabusa, though. I still have to try it out.


#9

If you want something challenging check this out!!!


#10

WOHA! that yoyo is sick!