It’s a Spintastics Technic that came with the Klutz how to yo-yo book in the late 90s.
It’s a book?!
I don’t know Doc…it looks more like a yo-yo to me.
Thank you both!
Obviously; a cartooned drawing of the yoyo is on the cover of the Klutz book. Notice the artist did a pretty nice job on the side cap.
I may be wrong though.
I am new to the yoyo scene.
But I do have a yoyo. It came without a string.
So I just roll it back and forth on the floor.
I was just attempting to be silly
I think I had a Klutz harmonica book.
(I did not learn to play the harmonica.)
A scathing review of Klutz learning literature, to be sure. But a welcome one.
I’m now a little worried it was not a Klutz brand book, and I’ve besmerched the wrong name.
Yes! The top one!
So kinda a Klutz book.
All my early yo-yos died in a fire in ‘94, but I swear I had a wood yo-yo with that Klutz logo on it.
I would love to have a few yo-yos like my old yo-yos, but I just don’t remember them that well and have no idea what to look for. I just remember how they felt… sorta.
I have the exact issue.
Your yo-yos died in a fire too?! j/k I know what you mean
Just the part I quoted!
I used to own this book and yoyo and never realized it until now
@ryanmcg I had the earlier version of the Klutz book and can confirm that it did indeed come with a wooden yoyo with the Klutz logo. I believe that the book had an ad for the original Silver Bullet in the back of it, but can’t entirely recall that part.