The Dif-E-Yo Juggernaut


Diameter = 2.100″ / 53.340 mm
Width = 1.560″ / 39.625 mm
Weight = 67 grams
String gap = .177″ / 4.5 mm wide
Response System:
.045″ deep pad pocket :
uses .555 Dif-Pads or .555 pads of choice.
Stacked one .030 thick and one .015 thin each side = Flush pad response

This looks amazing. AMAZING.


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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.


'The Dif-E-Yo Juggernaut' have 14 comments

  1. May 5, 2010 @ 10:06 am Le DIF encore mal utilisé !

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  2. April 7, 2010 @ 6:06 pm Durfee

    I’m fan of the yoyo, but the laser graphics are a little too much for me. Not a huge deal, but combined with the black ano it makes me hope for a release in another colorway.

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  3. April 7, 2010 @ 4:06 pm Travis

    I don’t see why all of the hullabaloo regarding pads. If the person creating the yoyo, this person being Frank a pioneer of modern yoyo’s, wants pads then let him put in pads. We as players know what we want, and this throw appears to be capable of accommodating pad and flowable lovers alike. Why not just tell Frank “Good looking throw man” or, “It’s nice to see you making a yoyo that’s not like most of your line”? I for one have never made a yoyo or bearing that changed modern unresponsive play, therefore I will simply say, Frank you’ve outdone yourself and I would pay to test a prototype.
    Travis
    AKA: Godfather763

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  4. April 7, 2010 @ 2:55 am dif-e-yo

    Tyler Lipsky :If it can hold flowable silicone then why not just put that into the response recess instead of the Dif Pads? In my opinion silicone seems to be the “trend” you could say of response at the moment. Whether it be a silicone pad, sticker, or flowable it seems to work great and last a long time.
    I just have never had any good experiences with Dif pads. Sorry to say Mr.Dif-e-Yo
    But I do love your yoyos! I had a tank (loved it)I currently have a Wide sport (love it as well, just not as much as my old tank lol)
    -Tyler

    No offense taken Tyler :~)
    I know Dif-Pads don’t work well in all yoyos.
    But putting Silicone in one yoyo is easy,.. try putting it in a few hundred :~)
    Also, some people do like Dif-Pads and find they work well if the bearing is slightly lubed.
    And yes I know, a lot of people think that’s a sin to put too much lube in the bearing :~)
    Aside from that, I find not everyone wants silicone either so…
    no matter what the response sytem some will like it and some won’t.
    Bottom line to me is, it’s easy to put the pads in, or take them out, and the customer has a choice this way.
    Not stuck with one estup or the other.
    I like mine with one side pads and one side Silicone.
    I’m sure you know there’s no way to please everyone :~)
    Best Regards, Frank

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  5. April 6, 2010 @ 10:33 pm Tyler Lipsky

    If it can hold flowable silicone then why not just put that into the response recess instead of the Dif Pads? In my opinion silicone seems to be the “trend” you could say of response at the moment. Whether it be a silicone pad, sticker, or flowable it seems to work great and last a long time.

    I just have never had any good experiences with Dif pads. Sorry to say Mr.Dif-e-Yo

    But I do love your yoyos! I had a tank (loved it)
    I currently have a Wide sport (love it as well, just not as much as my old tank lol)

    -Tyler

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  6. April 6, 2010 @ 6:47 pm Doug Enns

    The General-yo .555 thick pads work great in this set-up. They are .40 mm thick so they sit just slightly under flush, last a long time, and provide tight binds.

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  7. April 6, 2010 @ 5:31 pm dif-e-yo

    Just like the Internal Turmoil,.. the JUGGERNAUT has the same guts and can use Flowable Silicone :~)

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  8. April 5, 2010 @ 8:43 pm Tyler Lipsky

    Dif pads are the 2nd worst pads that i’ve used (friction stickers would be #1 haha) in my opinion. I wish all manufactures would just make flowable silicone their standard response, 2nd best would be a silicone pad, again in my opinion of course.

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  9. April 5, 2010 @ 7:22 pm Sam S

    Oh man this thing looks sick! Specs look niiice.

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  10. April 5, 2010 @ 6:37 pm nick maddox

    I need one of these.

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  11. April 5, 2010 @ 5:54 pm Griffsnog

    I’m going to resist makeing a cheesy quoate and just say it looks fantastic. It also appears to be a sizable throw as well. I wonder what it’s price point will be.

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  12. April 5, 2010 @ 12:30 pm Bo

    .045″ is deep enough for flowable, though personally I think Difs play best with One Drop pads. I’m super stoked for this one!

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  13. April 5, 2010 @ 3:18 am Tyler K.

    ^
    agreed!

    The rims are the best part about it! I’m skeptical about the response though.

    Can’t they just do silicone recess?

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  14. April 5, 2010 @ 1:24 am mack aka: USAnarchist

    wow,i actually really like how this one looks, and i cant say that about any other DiF-E-Yos ive seen in the past

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