Ultra Light Yoyos


#1

I am in the market for a light yoyo, but I don’t know where to start. I would prefer it to be under 55g but other than that I don’t care about my preferences. I am not looking for a competition monster so spin times, stability, etc, don’t really matter. I am looking for a light, fun yoyo. Any recommendations?


#2

The Whip is one yoyo I can really recommend, I put it has great spin times, vut isn’t on the very stable side, its stable but it’s not very stably. Also the YYF One looks interesting, also the Werrd Pacquio, I heard it’s a a great fun yoyo.


#3

Uragment, Pacquiao, Code 1 with ultralights, those are about the lightest yet playable yoyos you’ll find. Any light plastics like the YYF One will for the most part play like complete garbage.


#4

Thanks everyone! I have been looking for a uragment, but to no avail. However I have not checked the Bst so hopefully there will be one on there. Thanks again!


#5

Pacquiao is amazing and specifically designed to be light like that


#6

I never knew the Pacquiao was so light! Makes me interested…

Just wanted to poke my head in and say that even if the Code 1 isn’t ultra-light by comparison, with ULs she plays really light and fun anyhow.

And also to agree that you don’t want something like the ONE, which will be a disappointment to you on many levels.


#7

The original One was actually a really fun yoyos. It was essentially a really light lyn fury but has since been updated


#8

Wow… I can’t believe I forgot about the Pacquiao and then overlooked it again. Thanks again everyone!


#9

Actually I haven’t tried the YYF One, I find I like the Whip quite a bit, whatever, it might be because I put a YYJ Speed Bearing in it, I hated the stock one. Oh well :slight_smile:


#10

The one drop 54 plays supper light and with ultra light side effects I’m sure it will play even lighter. It is by far my favorite light throw


#11

Speeder2?


#12

Thanks for all the suggestions! I will definitely consider the 54 too.


#13

I happened to like the ONE quite a bit.


#14

I think the XS bonechip by difeyo is sub 60 with the weight rings out


#15

THE best lightweight yoyo out there is the Werrd Pacquiao… it’s one of the few yoyos I actually use on a regular basis.

Kyle


#16

I can hit all my tricks on a YYF ONE (almost all) so don’t go calling it garbage >:(


#17

Just because you “can” hit your tricks doesn’t mean it’s not kinda terrible. I don’t know if it’s utter garbage, but it’s certainly not very good.


#18

This thread has shown me that I need to get my hands on a Pacquiao and a wood axle sleeve!


#19

Thanks for all the advice! I think I am close to making a decision. However, I have recently heard of a brand called Slithering hippo. Has anyone tried them? How do they play?


#20

Haven’t tried any but everything i’ve heard has been good and the designs are super unique.