In this review there are a few new things. First besides the Yoyos, I am using the new Canon M50 with a Canon EF-M 11-22mm f/4-5.6 STM Lens. This is the new mirrorless camera from Canon that was released a few weeks ago. It is the same camera we used to film the California Yoyo Championships 2018 last weekend at Jack London Square. This is an awesome camera to use, very versatile and fast focusing. Click on the links above or on the left for more details.
The two yoyos are fairly distinct. The Barracuda Jr. is an undersized or pocket yoyo while the Windrunner is a full sized all aluminum budget friendly throw. Both are of good quality and dead smooth. Both are around the $30 to $40 range. Without revealing too much of the unboxing review, these are very good buys for the price and quality.
Again, big thanks to Kuya Brian from Duncan for sending me these, you are super cool!
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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.