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.
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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.
“100 Yoyos, 10 Color Ways, 1 Time Run,” that is what sums up YoyoFreaks Your Mom. This is directly from the site http://yoyofreaks.com/.
With the plethora of yoyo companies and yoyo models out there, YoyoFreaks is doing something different, quality versus quantity. This is the brain child of JD Steele who created YoyoFreaks originally as a site for yoyo videos. Now it is a site of the 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 Your Mom, exciting.
Check out the unboxing video of the YoyoFreaks Your Mom 100 Series and let me know what you think. Throw Score yoyo review to follow soon.
The OneDrop Kuntosh 5000QV is a special edition yoyo building on the original Kuntosh designed by Sonny Patrick, according to the product description found in YoyoBestBuy. This special edition however, parallels the inspiration that Lamborghini designers had when they made a special edition of the Lamborghini Countach they named the Countach 5000QV.
The limited edition Lamborghini included subtle innovative design changes that improved performance of the car in comparisson to the original design. In a similar approach, OneDrop made subtle changes to the design of the Kuntosh 5000QV, including a change in the aluminum allow to 7075 from the original 6061. The changes are intended to refine and improve the yoyos performance from the original design.
I do not have a basis of comparisson with the original, since I have not been able to get my hands on one. But having to have played with the Kuntosh 5000QV for a week now, I am very impressed.
First of the quality of the build is impressive. It is of excellent quality. The surface of the yoyo is smooth and feels solid to the touch. I appreciate the variety of the color ways but prefer this beautiful racing red.
C Size (.250″ x .500″ x .187″) 10 Ball
One Drop Flow Groove
As I put the yoyo through the rigors of yoyo tricks and combinations I found it to be a very competent design. The yoyo carried out technical tricks very well. For speed tricks it worked out well but the flatter angles of the side profile may slow it down at times. The yoyo is really good for finger and talon grinds but finger spins at times may be hampered by the side effects on the yoyo.
Overall the OneDrop Kuntosh 5000QV is a refined throw. It is definitely a professional level yoyo. The quality of the build, the yoyo design and feel exudes confidence in the player and helps land techincal tricks like a hot sports car taking corners.
Check out the Throw Score Yoyo Review Video and let me know what you think.
The next yoyo I am going to unbox is C3YoyoDesign Gamma Crash.
I got the black version and this one is actually going to be a given away soon to one of you as a thank you for watching my videos, visiting my site and following my posts. But first have to wait for this cube that I ordered that is also going to be part of the giveaway. So this yoyo is not for mine to keep but this is for you guys whoever wins the giveaway.
The C3YoyoDesign Gamma Crash is a plastic yo-yo in the middle with stainless steel rims that you usually find on bi-metal yoyos. C3YoyoDesign bought back some of the YoyoJam like stuff. YoyoJam does a lot of hybrids so I think this is going to feel like a YoyoJam yoyo.
Out of the box, this yoyo feels pretty cool. This actually feels a lot like a metal yoyo. I could probably use this for competition. This is the best plastic yoyo I have ever touched. You can actually grind on this plastic and it does not hurt. Usually plastic yoyos they do not really grind.
So right now this feels a lot like a metal yoyo. If I did not know this was a plastic yoyo you would think this is a high-end metal yoyo. You can finger spin with it even with the logo placement on the yoyo. Wow, who ever is going to win this from the giveaway is going to like it.
Yoyo players are going to like this. I admit I am really liking this yoyo. For horizontal to it is really smooth. Wow! I really do not know what to say except I am just loving it right now.
So that was the unboxing of the C3YoyoDesign Gamma Crash. Whoever wins the giveaway that I will be announcing soon this is going to be yours 🙂
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After making my Yoyoer’s Point of View video, I realized that I didn’t have any videos showcasing any of my new tricks from the front view, so in this video, I am showcasing the tricks from my Yoyoer’s Point of View video, from the front point of view!!! The yoyo used was the YoyoFactory SHU-TA.
The reason I named this video I Can’t Name Yoyo Tricks is because most yoyoers make a ton of combos but when ever somebody asks them what they are called, they say “They don’t have names.” I’m one of those people.
Horizontal yoyo tricks are pretty cool to watch and satisfying to execute. When I started playing yoyos I could not do any horizontal tricks until I started paying attention to others who can do it well. Once I analyzed the movements, arm positions, strowing direction os the yoyo, it finally clicked.
In the video I used the Yoyo Factory SHU-TA seen here:
In the video you will see various ways to throw the yoyo an perform horizontal tricks. You will see how to do a horizontal break away, a horizontal front throw and some horizontal yoyo tricks.
In my Language Arts class during the 7th grade, we received an assignment to do a presentaion about something we are passionate about. We are to research the origin, history and find someone who is our role model sharing the same passion. I chose to do my assignment on Yoyos.
I showed a picture of myself to the class and talked about how I got started. Cudos to my friend Gabe and Michael who inspired me to pick up the hobby. They were the ones that showed me tricks and impressed me with thier yoyo skills.
In the presentation I also explained the origin of the yoyo. Did you know the earliest version of the yoyo went as far back as 1000BC? Find out more about my presentation by watching the video below.