WASSUP Y’ALL ISS LORENZO!!! In this video I reviewed the SFyoyos Bliss CS
Now before we get into the review, with this unfortunate sickness that is going around, I just want to remind everyone to please observe proper hygiene and to try your best to avoid unnecessary close contact with other people. Please stay clean, healthy, and safe. 🙂
With that being said, let’s get on with this review!
The Bliss CS by SFyoyos is the signature yoyo of Conor Seals and sub-signature of Paul Harness. Incase you didn’t know, Paul Harness’s signature yoyo is the original SF Bliss.
According to SF, this yoyo has been tweaked for Conor Seal’s style. The gap width has been shortened in width for snappier returns and added weight for extra power.
This yoyo (at least for me) is the ideal all around yoyo. The yoyo is powerful but not over powerful like a lot of the “speed” yoyos are nowadays. The yoyo’s weight feel is just a tad toward the lighter side but is definitely not a floaty yoyo. This light feel along with the rim weight on the rims makes this yoyo great for speedy and extreme tricks. It is also very stable to endure long tech combos. The designers also made sure that the gap width was just short enough in width so that the binds will snap at ease but will NOT SNAG. So you can still do an extreme catch bind AND do a very tech trick with no snag!!!
Grinds on this yoyo are amazing due to the simple design. The yoyo has a wide, smooth, and open V/H shape which is perfect for regular finger grinds. Finger spins are flawless because of the simple flat, con-caved center with no weird stubs. Talon grinds are flawless. Thumb grinds are okay but there is not really enough inner ledge to catch the yoyo on your thumb.
Overall, the SF Bliss CS is definitely an amazing throw and I highly recommend it.
Enjoy the video!!!