What are the names of these old school yoyo's?


#1

Hey,

I recently got back to the scene and went throug my collection (10-15 years ago)
And most yoyo’s have their name written on it, but some don’t.

this first is a delrin yoyo


#2

2nd

only written I2 from yoyoguy.com

I guess it was some kind of metal freehand thing. you can see that there can fit caps on the side


#3

3rd

no info. its metal and has a thumb grind lip


#4

4th

It looks like a dif-e-yo rip off


#5

5th

looks like a dif-e-yo, but it has a teflon coating on the inside


#6

6th is just a FH0 but really cool fingerprint painted.
I believe his name was Joe Havrilla or something like that. Just wondering if he is still around the yoyo scene.

I also have a bunch of painted stuff of Mr. Higby. Is he still active?

That’s it for now :wink:


#7

Idk about the rest but the first looks like an alchemy silk


#8

^^ GrindDude is correct, first is an Alchemy Silk.

Third is an Underdog. Check out the recess inside, it’s deep enough to swim in :smiley:


#9

Really nice Zero dyed by Calico Joe.


(ed) #10

The one with the I on it is an Immortalis 2 by Kyo/Kyle Weems.

Is the silver one with black hubs a Plug-In?


#11

I think you’re right, that looks like the teflon coated Plug-In 1. Super cool yoyo!


#12

Now that I hear those names, I remember it back.
The silk is the perfect name for that yoyo. So silky smooth feeling!
So only looking for the ripoff dif-e-yo.
I remember buying from “yoyonick” i believe Taiwan based.
He would send me weekly updates on what new stuff he would have. I bought chromed FH0 and other mods. I also remember the name MIROC for some reason. He had stuff not available in many us stores. I found him on ebay today, but now he sells spinners. I’m gonna contact him anyway.


#13

4th is AnY Quicksilver. AnY is the same company that later made the Miroc


#14

Thanks! now that name rings a bell :smiley:

So weird after all these years.
I think it’s cool you guys still know these. I missed a bunch in these last 10 years