In this episode of throw score yoyo review, I reviewed the TopYo Innovator. This version of the Innovator is the latest color way of this yoyo. First impression out of the box, this is a beautifully crafted throw.
In my unboxing of the 4th sponsorship package from TOPYO, the innovator was included. At first I was not sure what it was, until I saw what was in the box. I was surely excited because I have never had the chance to play with this yoyo before when it was originally released a few seasons ago. But I am surely glad I am able to now, and for many of you, I think you will be too.
One thing to note about Innovator, it is a very capable techy yoyo. Although you can use it for speed combos, it is not as nimble. As far as weight feel goes, it has just the right amount of weight that gives it stability and floatiness you want in a techy throw.
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In this episode of throw score yoyo review, I reviewed the Recess Joyride. At first glance, this yoyo was impressively beautiful. The yoyo reminds you of something out of a nice car, hence the name Joyride.
In my unboxing of the Recess Joyride, I read the description of the packaging and after playing with the Joyride, it certainly did not disappoint. The writing on the box was accurate to the experience I had with this yoyo, it is quite fun to throw.
One thing to note about the Recess Joyride, I initially did not think it was going to finger spin. Since at first impression the center “cup” or dimple was surrounded by what felt like an elevated mound. But since playing, I found that finger spin on this yoyo is completely possible. You just have to land it right in the center. This was an added treat once I tried it.
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In this episode of throw score, I reviewed the TOPYO Mojo. Like I predicted during my unboxing of this yo-yo, the TOPYO Mojo is a lot of fun. It has the playability of the Silenus in a plastic format due to the similar shape of the design. It also has a wicked finger spin cup that adds a skyva like element to its playability. This is a super fun yo-yo!
The TopYo + UNPRLD Elimination is an excellent bi-metal, double ring Yoyo. It is specially adept at speed but can pretty much handle every trick you throw at it. It is a lot of fun and definitely can be used as a competition yoyo.
In terms of playability this yoyo plays almost identical to the C3YoyoDesign Gamma Crash. It plays fast, it is very light, and it is good for horizontal play. The only difference between the two yoyos was the grinds.
The only score that was different than the Gamma Crash was the finger spin. pom The thumb grinds however is actually the same as the Gamma Crash. If that standard was in the Gamma Crash’s throw score, it wouldn’t have gotten a five so really the only difference is the finger spin. In the face of the yoyo there is a metal cylinder that sticks out from the center that makes your finger move around it rapidly which makes the finger spin very difficult.
Other than that this yoyo is awesome for speed and horizontal play.
This yoyo has quickly become one of my favorite throws. It has just the right amount of floatiness and stableness to be and all around performance yoyo. Speedy play is awesome, techy style is not a problem, and it plays horizontal excellently.
The only design flaw I found in this yoyo was the inner cup. Since it was really flat, the yoyo swayed around in circles a lot while doing finger spins. If the inner cup was a little deeper with a slight concave, then finger spins on this yoyo would’ve been easier to do.
Overall, this yoyo is a high quality performance yoyo that carries out all styles beautifully. I highly recommend this yoyo.