Which bearing konkave or tWisted trifecta


#1

Help please


#2

twisted tri is basically a konkave but with ten balls and a small extra groove to center the string so it’s basically a upgraded konkave.

i would go twisted trifecta if i were you ;D


#3

It’s more of an upgrade on the Crucial Grooved, but with 10 balls an a shallower profile.

They are nice. I think the price between a Crucial Grooved, KK and Trifecta isn’t that big of a difference. All perform great. I only prefer grooved bearings in yoyos that I tend to have issues with them being very grabby.


#4

which yoyo(s) are you planning on using this bearing in. may seem like a stupid question, but can make a HUGE difference. didn’t like the capless that much at all until i put a crucial grooved in it. trifecta, KK, 10 ball, normal flat, i didn’t like the yoyo at all with any of these bearings. KK btw being my fav bearing. i don’t even like grooved in general, just in my capless. with the other bearings, it was just a little better than your average budget metal, now it is challenging my some of my YYR and CLYW for my main throw spot… and its winning…


#5

Honestly I think that all string centering bearings are a novelty. I use flat and only flat. Been trying bearings for over 8 years. I’m still stuck on stock flat bearings.


#6

I like Icthus. He’s got a very hard preference for flat bearings.

I mostly play flat bearings as well. I am willing to try stuff. But, usually, I end up back where I started with the flat bearing I started with.

My concept is to try everything and then find what’s best for you and that particular yoyo. I found I liked a KK best in my Speeder 2 and Meteor, but my Chaser worked best with the flat bearing it shipped with. I put the Trifecta in my Hazmat and went back to the flat bearing. I just ended up liking that better.

Experiment and have fun. There’s no “right”, there’s what is “Right for you”, and that’s what’s important.


#7

If you can’t out throw the stock bearing you have, why bother…


#8

twisted trifecta