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SF Yoyos SF SS

The SF has always been a favourite of mine; if I had one criticism, it would be the lack of stability. The SF SS refined the original design by adding the extra bit of rim weight it needed, without losing the fun playability of its predecessor.

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The Good Life Yoyos Gully

The Gully is the first throw released by Good Life Yoyos; a sub-culture brand of CLYW created by Micheal Kurti and Chandler Steele. The initial release came in four really nice colourways and I almost picked up a couple of them. 7 more words

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ThrowRevolution Zephyr II

The Zephyr II is the perfect combination of light and stable. I’m not one for specs, but this throw feels lighter on the string than most of the others in my collection. 49 more words

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Yoyorecreation Sigtyr

I’ll be the first to admit that I own a couple throws that far surpass my throwing abilities. I have throws that spin real gud, and I have throws that spin real, real gud…the Sigtyr is in its own league. 108 more words

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2Sick/Radical Seas Tempo

The Tempo is my go to bi-metal when I’m working on a new trick and having issues with tilting. It’s incredibly stable and gives me that extra bit of forgiveness when I’m focusing more on hand placement than plane management. 10 more words

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CLYW Kodiak

I fell in love with the 28 Stories colourway the moment I first laid eyes on it. It was one of the first throws that I wanted solely for its appearance. 47 more words

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