Well, I think technically, Andre has 5:
The Dark Magic and the Dark Magic II
The Legacy and the new Legacy II
I can’t see why any thread with Jensen Kimmitt should get deleted.
What I do see as interesting is that he went from an undersized yoyo to an oversized. I have nothing to say positive or negative about it. I just think that is interesting. His move between companies and then off on his own is a bit interesting. But I think it’s more interesting how he has changed both shape and sizes. It also shows that a lot does depend on the player though. The yoyo is just a tool. I know he wasn’t with YYF for very long, so chances are they may have said “well, why don’t you pick the one of these that you like the best and we’ll make that your signature yoyo”, which can make sense when you’re getting someone onboard fast and want to start exploiting their name(note, I’m not saying this as if it were a bad thing, I have a Northstar and I find myself playing it a lot recently), then as one sticks around longer, can actually help develop a signature yoyo.
I have a Wooly Marmot, it’s a 28 stories colorway, but I don’t throw it, mainly because it’s mint in the box and I have others that can keep me occupied. I can’t say anything negative or positive about it, but since it’s a CLYW and I’ve been very pleased with other offerings, I know that if I gave it time, I’d like it. I have thrown it, just not much. CLYW does make good stuff. But, then again, so does YYF, and YYF even states that they make plastics that can compete with metals., and clearly, that’s a true statement, especially when in the right hands.
Also, keep in mind that people change. Comparing a $35 plastic to a $115+ metal, well, it doesn’t logically make sense. It does prove it is the throw and not the yo. A decent yoyo in the hands of a great player can create amazing things. A high end yoyo in the hands of a noob like myself is a waste of resources! Wait… nevermind.