Yoyo Review – TopYo X UNPRLD Antidote

Here are my thoughts on the latest collaboration yoyo between TopYo and UNPRLD, the Antidote.

Purchase the TopYo X UNPRLD Antidote HERE!

Specifications:

Diameter: 56.40 mm / 2.22 inches
Width: 45.60 mm / 1.79 inches
Gap Width: 4.75 mm / 0.18 inches
Weight: 65 grams
Bearing Size: Size C (.250 x .500 x .187)
Response: 19mm Slim Pad Size

The Antidote has a very nice v-shape with slanted and thick rims which is very good for rim weight. The body has a very smooth plastic material which according to UNPRLD is made with injection molding. It is dead smooth out of the box and very good for normal finger grinds as well as flawless finger spins due to the concave metal finger spin dimple. The yoyo is neither too wide nor too narrow, but is just (baby bear) right.

While in play, the yoyo is very light, nimble, and fast. The thick rims keep the yoyo from tilting which makes it great for speed, hop, and horizontal tricks. For such a light yoyo it actually has a very good spin time and can very well hold it’s own for a wide variety of tricks and combos. For some players however, it might take some time to get used to controlling the yoyo if they’re used to the feel of mid-heavy weight throws.

Overall, this yoyo is an exceptionally good speedy-pocket throw and would highly recommend it to players who love to do fast and extreme hop combos. This throw is definitely one that everyone should have in their collection!

Enjoy the video!

Yoyo Trick Tutorial – Toilet Paper Roll

Thus video is a tutorial on one of my favorite tricks, “Toilet Paper Roll”

The yoyo used in this video was the TopYo Silenus

I named this trick “Toilet Paper Roll” because it’s slacky like toilet paper and it has a roll just like what holds toilet paper together. In this tutorial, to make it easier to learn, majority of it is taught from my POV so you can see exactly how it’s supposed to look from your perspective.

There’s actually two alternate endings to this trick. The first ending is clearly taught in the video but the second ending is harder to explain. So if you want to learn the second ending, go check out YoYoJoe1’s tutorial on that specific green triangle.

After you learn the trick, add your own flare and variation to it and tag me on Instagram!!!

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Yoyo Review – SFyoyos Cadence

WASSUP Y’ALL!!! In this video, I reviewed Keiran Cooper’s signature yoyo, the SFyoyos Cadence.

Buy the SF Cadence here!

Visit the SFyoyos Website here!

I’ll keep this short and sweet. Three words. A, MA, ZING!!! Literally, this yoyo can handle almost any type of trick you can throw at with ease. While in play, it has a very nimble and bouncy feel, but still very stable. This yoyo can and will definitely hold it’s own and will not tilt at all. Very easily maneuverable and cooperative. The simple wide open shape makes it easy for tech, rejection, and slack tricks and it’s angularness makes it AWESOME for speed and overall extreme tricks, after all, that is what Keiran is known for.

All grinds on this yoyo are flawless. The open wing shape with the mat finish makes it perfect for regular finger grinds. The simple face con-caved into the center makes it great for finger spins. And the nice inner ledge makes it great for both talon and thumb grinds.

My only problem with this yoyo is that the response was a bit weak, even when I put new pads in, but maybe that’s just me, let me know.

Overall, this is an amazing mono-metal from SFyoyos and I highly recommend it if you have the $50 laying around.

ENJOY THE VIDEO!!!