New release from YoYoFactory - The BIMETAL!

BIMETAL:

An all new low-priced, high-performance BiMetal design! Looking for something stable, easy to control, and long spinning enough to give you the best chance at success on the stage? Look no further than the new YoYoFactory BIMETAL!

The best part about the BiMetal? Owning the BEST doesn’t need to cost the bank. YoYoFactory’s goal was all about delivering amazing performance and play at a price most can afford for their first BiMetal yoyo!

It features a precision machined aluminum body with stainless steel weight rings in a variety of colors to fit any style on or off the stage.

Releasing Saturday 12/5 @ 10AM EST.

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what an original and complex name :roll_eyes:

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C’mom, 60USD bimetal yoyo? That’s what I’m talking about… It’s possible, thanks YYF.

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I thought it was a fingerspin cup, but on closer inspection looks like a flat cup? The former would’ve been a refreshing treat.

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Funny you say that. Because the other day I bought a brand new BMW for $60 but was sorta dissed when I realized it didn’t come with the Vertical lift option.

On a more serious note… I’ve had the YYF bi-metal for a few weeks now.

Gonna impress a lot of folks without even considering the price point.

And the price makes it even more impressive.

A most excellent yoyo😉

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Good luck to anyone who tries to Google this yoyo.

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The cup isn’t flat, its slightly rounded. It’s a great yoyo, mine is very smooth and a well balanced all around performer.

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I wonder how it compares to the MYY Focus which is sort of the poster child for the high-quality budget bi-metal at the moment.

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I would get that 60 bucks is cheap for a BiMetal, but c’mon, after getting a BiND and Kodiak, I don’t have 60 bucks lying around!

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Thanks, that’s really good to know. I’m seriously intrigued now.

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I’ll be ok with the people who find it not looking for it

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Genius marketing tbh

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speeder 3

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Pretty good call. It was troubling me that I couldn’t put my finger on the origins of what became a fairly generic shape. Man yoyojam never gets the credit it deserves. So much influence still

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The same thing was troubling me, I kept wondering why I like this yoyo so much. I first got serious about yoyos when YYJ was top of the heap, mostly due to their yoyos. Comparing the speeder 2 and original anglam, which I consider to be an updated speeder, to the bimetal it became obvious why I love it so much. They are quite similar, but the extra height, width, gap and ring placement makes the bimetal feel quite a bit more stable and more relaxed than the anglam.



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