As you can see from the pictures and in the video below, the MagicYoyo T9 is a beginner yoyo. According to MagicYoyo “the T9 comes with everything you need, a butterfly style “O” shape yoyo that fits perfectly in your hand and isn’t so expensive its threatening to throw on your very first go.” It comes with a slim bearing, a standard C size bearing as well as a mini bearing puller and three strings! Everything you need to start on your yoyo throwing journey!”
The MagicYoyo T9 comes in three colors. Besides the black which is pictured above, there is the Red Splash and the Aqua pictured below.
The yoyo is a metal yoyo. It is nice to feel and comfortable in the hand. The response is a little less than some beginner yoyos I have tried before. That is why I think, this is perfect for someone who is transitioning from a beginner yoyo to 1A yo-yoing.
Check out the unboxing video below and see the various set of beginner tricks I used to test the MagicYoyo T9.
The yoyo is machined to a nice W shape and is silky smooth to the touch. It features a fingerspin-friendly hub and was a really cool feature to try. They yoyo is maneuverable, carefree, and freely flows through combos yet powerful due to the heavier weight feel.
Overall I recommend this yoyo. It is a lot of fun, fast, care-free and is wallet friendly.
Check out the unboxing video of the Amplified Return Tops (ART) Banger and let me know what you think. Throw Score yoyo review to follow soon.
“100 Yoyos, 10 Color Ways, 1 Time Run,” that is what sums up the YoyoFreaks approach in releasing Yoyos. In addition, high quality, affordable and super cool fun designs have really propelled YoyoFreaks Yoyos to a highly sought after brand in the yoyo industry.
“100 Yoyos, 10 Color Ways, 1 Time Run,” that is what sums up YoyoFreaks Your Mom. That yoyo pictured below is now a classic and due to its limited release, high quality design, affordable price and super performance, it is highly sought after by throwers today.
This is the brain child of JD Steele who created YoyoFreaks. His main focus and goal is to provide high quality, affordable yoyos that stand out from the crowd of mass produced throws out in the market. And just like in the past, this is a limited release. It is another 100 series and after they are gone, they are gone.
I managed to get my hands onto this limited edition yoyo. My first impressions recorded for you in the video linked below. Without spoiling too much about my first impressions, I would say this about the #BiMom, “Go Get it!”
Check out the unboxing video of the YoyoFreaks #BiMom and let me know what you think. Throw Score yoyo review to follow soon.
In this video I unboxed the new MagicYoyo Y01 Node which was provided by YoyoBestBuy.
This yoyo is one that can be classified as a budget yoyo. That said my first impressions of this yoyo is very good. Do not let the low price fool you, this is a very capable yoyo that can easily be used for advanced yoyo trick combos and even competition.
The yoyo is dead smooth on the first throw. It plays fast but can easily do techy style play as well.
Like I mentioned in the beginning, do not let the price fool you. This is a well designed yoyo that will give you hours of fun and performance. Check out my unboxing video below and let me know what you think.
Oh by the way, Ran-Dom is in this video. Consider yourself warned 🙂
When I first took this yoyo out of the box, I noticed that the yoyo is quite undersized. The yoyo is also very light in weight which makes sense since its very small.
The yoyo is dead smooth on the first throw. It plays very floaty. However the yoyo lacks a little rim weight so even though it is light and floaty, it is not that efficient at speed. Also since the yoyo is undersized and a little narrow, the yoyo can be difficult for catching whips. The shape however is actually very good for rejections and tech, but since the yoyo is a little unstable it can get of balance occasionally. If the yoyo was a tad bigger and wider and had more rim weight, the yoyo would play more efficiently.
This yoyo however doesn’t really feel like one of CLYW’s competitive yoyos but a fun yoyo you would have in your collection.
In this episode of throw score yoyo review, I reviewed the latest version of the TopYo Impulse, the bi-metal TopYo Impulse S. This was the same yoyo in the unboxing video of the TopYo Sponsorship package #5.
The TOPYO Impulse S has the same shape and dimensions as the original Impulse. The body is made of 7003 Aluminum with added stainless steel rims inset into the cup. So if you like the original impulse the S will be very familiar but with a little more power.
In my yoyo unboxing of the Duncan Haymaker X, you can see the yoyo up close and in motion as I take it through various trick combos. It is in that video that I demonstrated using the yoyo in regular play. According to Duncan, “the engineering and design process for the HaymakerX was the most difficult to-date. Our team spent countless hours tuning the body and press fitting the stainless steel rings to ensure durability and stability on every throw.” And from what I have experienced with the Haymaker X, all that work manifested in the performance of this Yoyo.
It is very impressive out of the box. It is beautifully crafted and very sleek. The looks of the yoyo is certainly matched by it’s performance.
Check out the Throw Score Yoyo Review of Duncan Haymaker X. This review is the first review where I used the UV light from Houlight. I think you are going like the visuals of this video. Please Comment, Like, Subscribe and share.
Duncan really stepped up there game in my opinion. After playing with yoyos like the Duncan Imperial, Butterfly, or Metal drifter, I would’ve never expected them to make a yoyo this good.
Right out of the box the yoyo was dead smooth and could play any style that I want it to play whether it be speed, tech, horizontal, you name it. The bi-metal rings also made it very balanced and stable so that when playing horizontal or any other type of play it will resist tilt. This is an excellent yoyo and it has become one of my personal favorites.
If you have $120 dollars lying around then I would highly recommend this yoyo.
Big thanks to my Kuya Brian from Duncan for sending me this, you’re the best.
In my yoyo unboxing of the CLYW SNOW LZZARD, you can see the yoyo up close and in motion as I take it through various trick combos. It is in that video that I demonstrated using the yoyo in regular play. CLYW does not disappoint with this Yoyo. It is smooth and of good build quality, although personally it is a little on the heavy side for my style of play. But this is rock solid for the techy players out there.
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