Regarding the DV888 Hard Coat


Thank you for reading this,

With the upcoming Christmas shopping extravaganza, I’m considering acquiring a new gyroscopic instrument. My certain dilemma though, is what to buy.

I’ve been considering purchasing the DV888 with a Hard Coat for the purpose of using it as a true casual yo-yo with a diminished risk of dings. My only concern though is: How well does it work?

If you could put in some experienced output, it would be greatly appreciated, thank you.


the dv888is a good choice you have to hit it hard to get a ding and it’s smooth


DUDE, THIS POST IS ALMOST THREE YEARS OLD. look at the date before you post.


WHOA. Major necro.


What’s necro mean?


Almost three years later… Ever end up getting the dv888?


He did but it was a Dv555 then, cause, you know, it was three years ago.


When someone posts on a topic that hasn’t been posted on for a long time.

(J△NW△LF W△LF) #9

Hahaha ,I loved the hard coat dv888 ,but it’s nearly impossible to get the bearing out.