Import LED Yo-Yo Kit – Multi Colored Awesomeness


I found this on Taka’s Blog, and MAN do I want a few sets.  It is an LED that is activated when the yo-yo starts spinning like the Yomega Strobe or Duncan Pulse, but this can fit into alot of conventional yo-yos and changes colors.
It is a LED with Circuit board that fits inside the cap of clear yoyos. this kit will fir the Freehand Zero, Hyabusa, Journey, FH2 and Patriot.


You can buy them here at the Spingear store. The cost is 500 Yen which is just shy of 6 bucks.

UPDATE: I am also told these are headed for YoYoGuy…..


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Chris "Dr. Yo-Yo" Allen is the creator and founder of YoYoSkills.com. He has been yoyoing for over 25 years and has a passion for the industry.


'Import LED Yo-Yo Kit – Multi Colored Awesomeness' have 14 comments

  1. April 2, 2013 @ 2:31 pm MAKE | Intern's Corner: DIY LED yo-yo side caps

    […] a yo-yo fanatic, I regularly visit the blog yoyoskills.com for yo-yo news. There I recently read a post about spin-activated LED side caps that fit into the side of yo-yos. They’re low-cost ($6) and look very cool; a perfect […]

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  2. March 24, 2010 @ 11:18 pm Peter

    can someone guide me on how to order these? I have a couple questions.

    1, how do I buy it (everything is not in english, possible japanese)
    2, how to I transfer my dollars into yen?

    what is the process you guys went through? was it hard?

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  3. March 24, 2010 @ 11:18 pm Peter

    can someone guide me on how to order these? I have a couple questions.

    1, how do I buy it (everything is not in english, possible japanese)
    2, how to I transfer my dollars into yen?

    what is the process you guys went through? was it hard?

    Reply

  4. January 28, 2010 @ 3:13 am Techno Info » Blog Archive » Intern’s Corner: DIY LED yo-yo side caps

    […] a yo-yo fanatic, I regularly visit the blog yoyoskills.com for yo-yo news. There I recently read a post about spin-activated LED side caps that fit into the side of yo-yos. They’re low-cost ($6) and look very cool; a perfect […]

    Reply

  5. January 28, 2010 @ 3:13 am Techno Info » Blog Archive » Intern’s Corner: DIY LED yo-yo side caps

    […] a yo-yo fanatic, I regularly visit the blog yoyoskills.com for yo-yo news. There I recently read a post about spin-activated LED side caps that fit into the side of yo-yos. They’re low-cost ($6) and look very cool; a perfect […]

    Reply

  6. January 17, 2010 @ 12:36 pm Bobby

    how does this work?i would really like one of these. iff you could tell me what yoyo to get and what to do i would really appreciate it. email me at bmgarcia7@aol.com please

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  7. January 17, 2010 @ 12:36 pm Bobby

    how does this work?i would really like one of these. iff you could tell me what yoyo to get and what to do i would really appreciate it. email me at bmgarcia7@aol.com please

    Reply

  8. December 30, 2009 @ 2:37 pm MAKE: Do IT Yourself LED Yo-Yo Side Caps | YoYoSkills

    […] One of the Make: interns Eric Chu (YoYoer and YoYoSkills.com reader) and made a post about Do it Yourself  LED Yo-Yo Caps (simular to the ones sold overseas). […]

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  9. December 30, 2009 @ 2:37 pm MAKE: Do IT Yourself LED Yo-Yo Side Caps | YoYoSkills

    […] One of the Make: interns Eric Chu (YoYoer and YoYoSkills.com reader) and made a post about Do it Yourself  LED Yo-Yo Caps (simular to the ones sold overseas). […]

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  10. December 14, 2009 @ 6:49 pm David Maddox

    yup, they work really well.

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  11. December 14, 2009 @ 6:49 pm David Maddox

    yup, they work really well.

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  12. December 13, 2009 @ 8:02 pm Kevin

    are they Wobble free?

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  13. December 13, 2009 @ 8:02 pm Kevin

    are they Wobble free?

    Reply


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