whats up with buzzon?


#1

I read about buzzon on yoyo wiki or what ever. it says they were in business since 2003. I can’t find one buzzon yoyo on the entire internet. What is the deal with that? I want one really bad because they look so nice. So if you know where to get a buzzon yoyo, any model, i don not care, please please please tell me!

One more thing, on buzzonyoyos.com it says they are selling the domain, So does that mean they are out of business?


#2

You have to be lucky to find one on the BSTs, but they’re out there. Yes they’re out of business.


#3

thank you very much


(BB) #4

i have a dyed element x no pogs i might sell if i can find the axle lol


#5

If you can’t find the axle, there are easy ways to get replacement ones.


(BB) #6

I’ve been dyeing to use it but o well ill have to make a run down to ace hardwear.


#7

their out of business, however, you can snag a dv888 if you want to replicate a dv8. Also, dont quote me on this, but I think Mark Montgomery MIGHT have a few from when he was sponsored by them if you want to get in touch with him.

Funfact: Hans’s dad was the owner of buzzon, (Hans is the co-owner of yyf)


(BB) #8

o paul yath he use to be sponsored by buzzon contact him


#9

Uhmmm, NO…
Dave Bazan was the owner of Buzzon yoyos.


#10

then who is hans related to?


#11

I know where to get them. PM me.


#12

His dad started Proyo/Playmax.


#13

ahh, I get the two mixed up


#14

For all your yoyo history (and other stuff) needs: http://yoyowiki.org/wiki/Main_Page

And a slight correction…
Donald Duncan Jr actually started Playmax/Proyo. Hans’ dad, Tom Van Dan Elzen, bought it from him.