I’d have to agree. I’m usually a sucker for marble colorways on plastics, but there’s just something about the grey, the black ring, and the yellow detailing in the center… It looks less like a toy and more like a tool, maybe?
I like to mix it up at the contest! LOL
Ive made it a personal tradition to compete with a random yoyo in prelims and if I ever made finals to always use the YoYoFactory catch 22!
Also fun fact I like to wear the Red checkered fleece every single year LMAO!!
2014 - YoYoJam Kickside
2015 - YoYoFactory Velocity
2016 - YoYoFactory Stainless steel whistling yoyo
2017 - YoYoFactory Popstar
2018 - YoYoFactory too hot (was gunna use the YoYoFactory heist but too risky LOLOL)
2019 - Injured
2020 - YoYoFactory Mighty Flea?!?!?!
@Nathan what was the crystal ball for in the video? Was it attached to a yo-yo?
The Dietz is a pretty unusual one, but what really stands out is that it’s actually a contest model!
Looks like a contact juggling ball sitting in a yo-yo. I assume it was there to look cool.
I so want to see a video of these!
Half Czech point pivot half metal replay, same weight
One side organic, another w
One side amazing for fingerspins, the other for thumb
YoYoFactory Stainless Steel Whistling Yo-Yo Prelim VA States 2016:
YoYoFactory Popstar Prelim VA States 2017
I bought a Protostar before I knew what unresponsive was. When I tried a gravity pull and it didn’t come back up my heart was broke.
lol @Eric_Koloski you use a pop star and put most of us to shame! Nice!
Yeah it was a pretty hard flex
Luckily I did a little research before I bought mine, so at least I knew it was my fault when I couldn’t get it to come back haha
Bergy used to use the werrd paq, which inspired the Float. He competed with both. Neither are particularly great comp yoyos but he made it work