yyj Lyn Fury


#1

Hey all, a good friend of mine said she was interested in getting more into yoyoing. She is a beginner, but seems to be learning fast. I was looking to get her a good solid beginner yoyo (yyj journey, kickside, etc.) However, she has shown some interst in the yyj Lyn Fury. Does anyone know the response level of that yoyo? Is a bind return essential? Again she learns quick but if one HAS to bind return then the lyn fury may not be right. Let me know of any thoughts, thanks.


#2

The Lyn-Fury starts reponsive and will break in.
Get an adjustable yoyo just in case.
coughYYF Velocitycough


(SR) #3

Agreed. Velocity.


#4

I think the Lyn Fury would be a great choice. It does come responsive out of the box and won’t become unresponsive for some time. I’ve had personal experience with the Lyn Fury and I had no problem learning to bind before it became unresponsive. Also don’t forget to get a 100 pack of string while you are at it. Strings will need to be changed every once in awhile before they break.


(Yo!It'sMatt) #5

Agreed. Again.


#6

The Lyn Fury, I got it 2 days ago, it is very responsive, and even when it breaks in, it is still responsive. Double o-rings are responsive, even when broken in. Silicone o-rings will make it un-responsive, so will thick and thin shims. If you want to keep the double o-ring response, do thick and thin shims on one side, and thick and thin shims on the other. So its almost like 2-in-1. 2 on one side, 2 on the other. Very good yoyo.


#7

The Lyn Fury does become unresponsive when broken in. Seeing as you’ve only had it for 2 days, I think you should give it some time. Also, it already has a wide gap stock, so shims are not needed and might cause string slippage.


#8

Well, I mean like 8 hours (sounds crazy, huh?) of play. I even pushed them in all the way. (Since they stick out a little.) But the Lyn Fury does have a wide gap, but it is still enough to grab.


#9

That is not broken in…


#10

Well, for two days.

(No comment)


#11

You might as well get a Velocity if yoúre worried about repsonsiveness.


#12

But it doesn’t have to be broken in at 2 days. So you’re still wrong.


(Yo!It'sMatt) #13

In 2 days? Did you play with it 24/7?


#14

The Lyn Fury, much like the Legacy, comes responsove out of the box and will still be fairly reponsive after a few days play. However when you clean and lubricate the bearing, it will become unresponsive, especially using a thin lube.


#15

No. About 8 hours. Today, too. It can still be a matter of the bearing.