Hey guys! camera editing is messing up on me so hopefully there will be a video review in the future. Going on though we have here is the new Werrd throw, the Pacquiao. Named after the boxer, Manny Pacquiao, he was the first in history to win seven world titles, in seven different weight divisions. These divisions were also the ‘lightest’ divisions in pro boxing. That being said, you can bet this plays fast, and light.
Weight 49 G
Response .555 Chaz pad/ghost pad
Bearing C size
Finish Soft bead blast
Impressions and Throw
The yoyo just looks amazing! The lazer engraving, the spikes, ano, pretty epic.
With it being 49 grams, I’ve never thrown anything this light before. For me, it took
a couple of minutes to get use to due to its weight. But after, it’s a major blast!
Very smooth on the string with my rating of 9/10 in the dead smooth category. It’s
barely noticeable unless you run your finger nail on it but it’s hardly there, but just enough
to let you know it’s spinning.
Floaty in a good way, it will go as fast as you want it and extra
if you really want to push it.
you have been warned
Spin time is decent, but to me, not too amazing. Scale wise, I’d say it’s about 7/10 but it could just be my throw. Grinds/IRG is nice though and the binds are nice and tight that come up whenever I needed it to. There is no kickback and to my knowledge so far, no snag.
All in all this throw really surprised me. It gave me the feel of a whole new throw, it felt refreshing.
There’s not much to complain or to put on the downside, other than the fact that maybe there could
have been more spin time, or the finish for grinds could have been better but I have to say first of all that I have been spoiled with my General Yo bead blasted yoyos so I’m just being picky there haha. I would recommend this yoyo to anyone that’s been interested in this throw, and or somebody who wants something to add in their collection.