Regarding the DV888 Hard Coat


#1

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.


#2

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


#3

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


#4

WHOA. Major necro.


#5

What’s necro mean?


#6

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


#7

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


#8

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.