I have an Aoda Miracle. Good player for the money.
The thing is, with the wider shape, it takes a lot more practice to throw it super straight and steady. Just as you may have started with a modified shape yoyo, you may have remembered how easy that was to throw straight. Then you upgrade to a 1A-type yoyo and it took a bit to get that one straight as well. Well, you start over again with the super-wides.
I can’t say I don’t like it, but it’s not one of my favorites.
As far as more “normal” sized yoyos, I like the oversized yoyos, such as the DM2, Avalanche and Code 1. The Code 1 looks really wide because of the H-shape it uses. Right now, as I’m still going through intermediate tricks, double or nothing is easier for me on items such a the MarkMont Next, Bear vs. Man, gnarwal, 54 and other “standard” and “undersized” yoyos. For example, while the DM2 is my go-to yoyo, I can land double or nothing 7 out of 10 on it, but 10 out of 10 on an undersized or standard sized yoyo due to the smaller size since I don’t have big hands and fingers.
I needed an super wide for example purposes and didn’t want to pay a lot of money. The Aoda Miracle is good for both those purposes AND is a good player on top of it. For the money, if you like it, you can upgrade to something else or if you’re happy with it you can stick with it.
I know Aoda takes a lot of flack here AND there is a valid reason for it(unclear if it’s a Chinese knock-off of another design, or the same factory making essentially the same thing at a lower price for another brand or what), but they do make some decent stuff. The issues stem from suspicions that they do not create their own designs. However, seeing as how I NEED stuff for example purposes, it doesn’t make sense to pay a lot of money for what will most likely be a novelty for me. But who knows.