This video was a livestream of LorenzYo Cubing of lorenzyocubing.com from Scottsdale AZ. In the video he interacted with viewers answering questions and taking requests for Yoyo Tricks and Mini Yoyo tutorials.
The main topic discussed today was around style of Yoyo play. Is LorenYo Cubing a speedy player or a techy player or something completely different?
In the video he displayed yoyos from YoyoFreaks, the prototype of the YoyoFreaks #Pound and the #Hashtag, TOPYO Quantum and the YOYOFFICER Rave. All these yoyos are bi-metal. The Yoyos were provided by Yoyobestbuy.
Checkout the video and like, comment, subscribe and share!
This video is the Yoyo unboxing of the MagicYoyo Katana by LorenzYo Cubing.
The MagicYoyo Katana is a bi-metal H shaped yoyo that is a lot of fun. it comes with a golden bearing that looks and feel legit when at play.
My first impressions right out of the box is the yoyo is dead smooth. The bearing sounds pretty cool, spins really fast and is of great quality.
Playing with this yoyo is very satisfying. It plays according to your style whether is is speed, tech, and generally hits your tricks very well. Because of the shape, horizontal tricks are awesome with this throw.
MagicYoyo has definitely stepped up their game. The quality of the yoyos they produce today is much improved compared to earlier models. On the MagicYoyo Katana, the response is good. It does not snag, nor respond late. It feel just right.
Executing tricks and hitting binds on this yoyo is really cool. I highly recommend the MagicYoyo Katana. It is a fun bi-metal yoyo of great quality.
Check out the video and please like, subscribe, comment or share the unboxing of the MagicYoyo Katana.
The yoyo finish is glossy. It is very smooth and grinds well. The weight feel of the yoyo is on the heavier side. Which makes this yoyo lean towards techy play styles rather than speedy. The shape as well not being a “v” shape suggests it is designed more for techy style play. But even so, when I put it through speed combinations, this throw powered through them swiftly without missing a beat.
Overall, the Yoyofficer Rave is a very nice bi-metal yoyo that should put a smile on the face of the techy player in you. This is an excellent bi-metal yoyo.
Check out the Throw Score video of the Yoyofficer Rave and let me know what you think.
The next yoyo I am unboxing is the Yoyofficer Rave. I tried this yoyo once before and I really liked it so I thought why not get one for myself.
I got the green with purple splash that matches my other Yoyofficer yoyo called the Vector. The colorway is really nice. Yoyofficer did a good job with this Throw.
The Yoyofficer Rave is a bi-metal yoyo which I purchased at YoyoBestBuy at around $99.97. Out of the box, the yoyo feels really smooth while at play but the response is not as strong. However it still throws really well.
Something I noticed about Yoyofficer yoyos, the string that comes with it is really short. So being a techy player, I like the strings a little longer so I just swap it out with Kitty Fat.
The yoyo finish is not bead blasted but rather it is on the glossy side. However it is still very smooth and grinds well. In term of weight feel, the yoyo seems to be on the heavier side. Which makes this yoyo lean towards techy play styles rather than speedy. The shape as well not being a “v” shape suggests it is designed more for techy style play.
My recommendation if you are considering buying this yoyo is to get additional response pads. This should help in adjusting the responsiveness of the yoyoy to your liking. Overall, the Yoyofficer Rave is very nice bi-metal yoyo that should put a smile on the face of the techy player in you.
Check out the unboxing video of the Yoyofficer Rave and let me know what you think. Throw Score yoyo review to follow soon.