Time for another recommendation

Alright, let’s do another recommendation. Maybe it’ll bring me some throws I havent paid much attention too…

-Do you know how to bind the yoyo? (If you don’t know what bind means then you don’t know how)
like a pro :smiley:

-Do you have a yoyo that you own or played with that you have liked very much? Describe every detail. Eg. what kind of friction stickers you are using, cleaned bearing or not, and so on.
Mo-vitation for superior horizontal and fingerspin ability, Summit for floaty, “chill” play, MaxBet for power and stability
-Do you have a preferred shape of the yoyo? Answer it by saying like the shape similar to this or that yoyo. Some people just hopping into the yoyo groove haven’t tried all the shapes and want to explore. When this happens its all about experimenting. Please try new yoyos at contests or anywhere you can get ahold of someone for those of you in this situation. The more yos you try the less likely you are going to order something you don’t like. for those of you who live in a cave. then buy a yoyo and live with it.
V shape or step-straight. Something like the Benchmark V, Valor, Format:C, Sleipnir, Mo-vitation, etc. Shape is not that big of a deal though if it plays how I want it to play, but just a preference.

-Do you have a preferred weight or weight distribution? Answer it saying similar to this or that yoyo.
Mid-weight, 65-67 grams, I enjoy my Cascade and Summit’s weight. I’m also especially fond of yoyos that are on the heavier side but play fast, such as the Mo-vitation and Phenom.

-Do you have a price range?
Not really, but lets say under $200 just so people dont recommend a YYR Laser or something :smiley:

-Do you have a certain amount of yoyos narrowed down? List them.
Really taking a liking to the Valor. It was designed to handle everything, horizontal, grinds, fingerspins, which I really like. The P Wave also looks nice, but feel free to recommend other throws, might bring attention to throws I havent paid much attention too
-Do you prefer a certain brand?
Loving One Drop, have not been disappointed by them yet. But again, brand is not a big deal
-Are you looking for a yoyo that specializes a style? Like looping, off string, freehand, etc.
1A, good at grinds, horizontal, and fingerspins
-Do you prefer a certain response syetem?
not really
-Do you want hubsstacks or z stacks?
doesnt matter
-What trick are you currently working on?
my own stuff… May learn Neo Akira soon
-Do you want a yoyo to Thumb grind or arm grind good?

I guess that about covers it… In short I’m looking for a yoyo that is fast, stable, and great at grinds, horizontal, and fingerspins

Irony JP 2k13 is my recommendation. Seems to fit all requirements

Ive tried one. It’s nice :slight_smile: I may get one for myself in the future, just not a fan of the hollow feeling

How about the new blasted superstar

Interesting, never paid much attention to that one :slight_smile:

I’ll look into it. Anything else?

I really think the yomega prodigy gets overlooked by many due to the brand behind it but onedrop is the manufacturer and it’s got a great group behind it that designed it. Seems like it fits all your preferences as well so I’d take it into consideration.

I think that the valor looks very nice and seems to fit your preferences, but keep in mind I have not tried it. I am going by looks and specs alone. :slight_smile: