Limited Edition World Yo-Yo Contest Yo-Yo From Turning Point!

Introducing the limited edition – Official 2014 World Yo-Yo Contest Yo-Yo – The BU2R by Turning Point! This signature yo-yo was created by Japanese Champion Kentaro Kimura especially for the World Yo-Yo Contest. Kentaro is one yo-yo manufacturer who consistently says NO to cheap mass production – His focus on precision work with high end materials in yoyos is among the best in the world, and it really shines through in this beautiful new yo-yo!

In collaboration with Budweiser Urban Projects (BU2R) Turning Point created a limited run, only one hundred pieces, of this shiny red beauty. Each BU2R Worlds Edition Yo-Yo has 62 small precision-cut Preciosa Crystals embedded in the outer rim and one larger Preciosa Crystal embedded in the hub. When this yo-yo catches the light it just looks stunning! If you’re looking for a yo-yo that will really catch someones eye and shine on stage then you won’t find anything better than this shimmering crystal encrusted gem!

The BU2R WYYC Yo-Yo comes in really unique and cool packaging too! It comes inserted directly in an amazing yo-yo book. The book, Yoyeur, is filled with fantastic pictures of yo-yos and the players who throw them, along with information on each of them mapping the Czech yo-yo scene for the last 10 years! It really gives you a feel for the international yo-yo scene and is a great book to introduce to non yo-yo players as well.

These Turning Point BU2R WYYC14 Yo-Yos were sold at the World Yo-Yo Contest in Prague and due to the limited production this will be your last chance to pick up a piece of 2014 yo-yo history!

“Kentaro is one yo-yo manufacturer who consistently says NO to cheap mass production”

guess we are not gonna see the shake being sold here

Dang it, if I only had the money.

We do plan to sell the Shake here eventually, not sure why you would say that…

I certainly wouldn’t say the Shake is a cheap mass produced yo-yo, but we are all entitled to our own opinion. I thought it played really nice and had the same quality feel and attention to detail as any other Turning Point throw.

Well, he’s got a point. Houska Dry and Shake are both made in China. Isotope, Leviathon, Positron, all made in Japan. Which I’m sure you’re aware is home to the best machine shops in the world. China, is not, as I’m sure you’re also aware. So they aren’t really saying “no” to cheaper production, are they?

I wouldn’t buy a Turning Point made in China.

Contrary to popular belief, ‘cheap’ isnt an adjective that refers to quality, nor is it pejorative. If you did intend to use it that way, you shouldnt, because u sound like u r dismissing those yoyos that are produced ‘cheap’ in its proper sense but do not deserve being designated as ‘cheap’ in your definition. u already know this.
/end derp