Hi all this is my first written review so please go easy on me .
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Weight 65.8 G
Width 43.7 mm
Bearing C Size
First impressions: the anno looks great, I wasn’t expecting that,I got the comp grade (anno flaw). The few flaws it has are small , and blend in well .It looks better then some of my A-Grades from other manufactures.
First throw: (a sleeper) It’s feels super smooth, and unbelievably quiet, I couldn’t feel it spinning away.
Play: very stable and some what floaty . It feels like a cross between the M10 and the Majesty. It’s seems to have some of the float of the M10 with out being all over the place , And the control of the Majesty with out that heavy feeling .
It’s pretty forgiving on a bad throw and the gap is a good size I can double or triple up on the sting with a couple of flips, and hops , and not snag or loose of spin time .
I’m not really the best at grinding , but I can get a very good finger grind on it . Mine has the light blast finish , seems to grind well. I think it’s the shape that lets me get such a good finger grind . it’s very well balanced .
After a couple of days into playing the bearing really started to really break in . At first it got a bit loud , and I thought the honeymoon is over. But after giving it some more play , and break in time. It went back to being quiet again . I usually put in a OD 10 ball in all my throws , But I am happy with the stock bearing, so I left it in .
I took it to a meet , to see what others thought of it in my club . I told them I was planning on picking up another, they all said I can see why . They were all very impressed.
I’ve read a ton of post on facebook saying It’s the best General-Yo to date.It might very well be. I won’t say that because I really enjoy my others.
But , I am extremely happy with this purchase, and would highly recommend it .