I haven’t seen a review for the Pyro Light yet, so here’s mine!
Diameter: 54.75 mm
Width: 39.79 mm
Gap Width: 3.02 mm
Weight: 62.10 g
Bearing Size: 5x11x5
Response: Flush dif-e-yo pads
This thing has a very common butterfly shape. I noticed the gap is a little small too. The flame engravings are so sick, and look pretty awesome while spinning.
It fits in your hand really well. Very comfortable, not too wide, but not too thin.
Dang. This thing is dead smooth. Even on a bad throw, it plays with no vibe. It spins for an incredibly long time, and can handle any tricks you throw at it. I can do incredibly long combos with it. One thing you can definitely feel during play is how light it is. I think the length of the combos would be increased by a lot if there was more rim weight, and weight in general. Binds are not too snappy, and barely ever snag. Most throws are quite smooth, probably due to how recessed the pads are.
Not bad at all. The flames don’t really interfere with the grinds. The finish on the Pyro Light is very grindable. Thumb grinds aren’t too bad either, and the angle on the IRG is very round. My thumb sits in the lip well.
This is a very nice playing yoyo, and I recommend it to anyone who wants a solid throw, at a price that’s common with most metals.