Update of the Changes of the Changes of the "Cadence"


#1

Hey guys, here are the changes I made since the last update. I tried to incorperate some of the feedback you gave me. Check it out: :wink:

Before


After

Before

After

specs ( may change slightly after going through my machinist)
weight: 65-66g
width: 44mm
dia: 56mm
gap width: 4.5mm
c bearing
flowgroove pad

Also, this does not show the hex nut inlay, I never really put that in until the end (it disappears whenever you try to change something)

tell me what you think!

-Matt


#2

Thats look like a kahiji from revyolution, which i really love, and i think i would like this yoyo too.
and with your hex nut axle, this would be awesome.
and if i might sugest, you might want to rounded the edge a little bit. My kahiji has a very similar shape at the rim, and kinda hurt if it smack you.
great job btw. . .


(DOGS) #3

From the looks of it, it doesn’t look like it would really spin right. I’d add more beef to the actual rims and narrow the catch area.


#4

This looks exactly like what I’m looking for!


(J. Lev) #5

I disagree. I like my yoyos to be catchable. This one doesn’t look so easy to grab right now.


(DOGS) #6

And I like my yoyos to spin for a respectable amount of time. I’m not saying it has to be “ouch” shaped… In fact, I’m not saying anything becasue it’s not my design and therefore not my choice.


#7

UPDATE! ;D


#8

less lethal IMO. 8)
i like that shape a lot better, actually hoping some company make that kinda yoyo with that kinda spec.
i might snatch one if it’s readily available. if i got the money that is… ;D
nice yoyo, but i think you need a little bit more rim weight…


#9

Are the “Before” and “After” pictures labeled correctly?


#10

yes, i guess, if you are following this thread from the beginning that is.
although i might mistaken… :slight_smile:


#11

So, the "after"shape is more sharp on the edges than the “Before”?

I thought every one was complaining about the sharp edges. The “After” pictures have edges that make me hurt to just look at them. Plus, there is very little rim-weight on the “After” pictures.

I like the “Before” yoyo much more. The “After” you is way too sharp on the edges and seems to concentrate weight in the center and less on the rims.


#12

Try with severe like rims…


#13

Let me clarify, I made this thread with the Before pictures. these were the original changes (forgot to change the title) the after pictures are the changes of the changes.


#14

as for the rim weight, ive got (what I believe to be) plenty there, besides, I am trying to keep a nice little chunk there in the middle for stability reasons.


(Halbach) #15

Do you know the exact weight, or are you going off of a guess?

Anyway, looks interesting.


#16

i think it’s not that very angular shape, it’s more to the 90 degree cut after the bubbly outer rim to the inner face of the yoyo, that could hurt you.
i have a kahiji with very similar cut at the rim, and it hurt if i don’t catch it the right way.

as for the angular shape, i don’t think it would be uncomfortable to catch, almost like phenom or sleipnir, angular, but still comfy to catch.

nice to hear it, make me really excited about…


#17

I have a Phenom. While it is an amazingly smooth, stable yoyo; “Comfy” is not a word I would use to describe it.

The CLYW Gnarwhal has a shape that I would call “Comfy”. Still open and angular, but the rims are rounded and wide enough to spread the impact out on a sharp bind.