The QU4DRO was meant to be produced exclusively for the European market. It has about 65g, 50mm diameter and 38mm width. As usual, lots of pictures and a slideshow.
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The shape reminds me the Protostar… This yo-yo is like the ONE: comes pre-assembled with a “thin” C bearing for tug response and has a “large” C bearing for the modern tricks. The “thin” bearing at first is a lot unresponsive, needs a bit of thick lube. I don’t like to play it responsive, the shape causes my hand to hurt after a few throws. I think this is great for someone who gave up yoyoing and wants to come back. Picks this one, does some classic moves to remember, and replaces the “thin” bearing with the “large” one. With the unresponsive set it plays wonderful. It spins really fast and gives you enough time to do your combos. I wobbles a little if you don’t give it a decent throw. So, it’s good for a fast beginner to intermediate transition. On the responsive set, you will be more careful because it will hurt a lot if you don’t, so you will play more smoothly. On the unresponsive set, you’re gonna improve your throws and have a lot of fun with a small, yet great yo-yo. Now I have replaced the bearing with a center track one and I’ll definitly keep it that way.
Enjoy the photos. 8)