More yoyo exposure means more yo-yo stores. More yoyo stores mean more yoyo manufactures looking to break into the business. A rise in manufactures leads to more yoyos on the market, which often leads to a rise in yoyo interest and exposure. It is a delicious marketing cycle that follows many trends, from toys, to Silly Bands, to low rider bicycles. A new name appeared recently on the yoyo manufacturer scene called Zeekio. They had a very “Aquarius” like off string, and now have introduced a low cost metal yoyo called the Tempest.
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10-18-2010 03:58 PM
56mm in diameter is about the limit I'm comfortable with for 1a and 5a, but I'd be curious to throw one these, just to see what it's like. It is cool to see another yo in that size though, as I know some folks very much prefer a whale and don't have too many options. Thanks for the straight-up review Chris.At least 15% of what I say is true.
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