Motorized Yo-Yo?


An seen on the Throw Blog, this motorized yo is activated with a snap start and spins for so long’ the yoyoer actually passes it off to another guy. This might change everything.



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  1. March 10, 2015 @ 8:06 pm yoyoskills / Hyper-Infinity | Motorized Yo-Yo

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  2. August 7, 2014 @ 1:47 pm Alex

    @ Junkman: By yo-yo maker, do you mean Bandai?

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  3. March 24, 2011 @ 4:12 pm Jaxon P.

    Oh no, now theres cheat yoyos!

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  4. March 3, 2011 @ 2:35 pm Kevin

    DENIED. Gasoline is getting expensive.

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  5. March 2, 2011 @ 9:47 am mdh

    I think allowing these in competition would be a bad idea. However, as on who does a fair bit of teaching yo-yo I think it could be a great learning/teaching aid.

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  6. March 1, 2011 @ 9:48 am Junkman

    A certain yoyo maker has been working on this for a while and had a prototype at world’s. Said it should be out in 2011. Its a lot of fun.

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  7. March 1, 2011 @ 1:50 am YoAaronD

    Awesome. Looks way interesting. I would love to try it out.

    This will end up being a novelty, but there are plenty of those in yoyoing.

    Dale Myrberg is a very close friend of mine and every time I’m around him (which is farily often) he gives me crap about using “cheater” yoyos. It’s different, because this will never take off like ball bearing yoyos have (but then again…), but the idea is the same. People who have a hard time accepting this motorized yoyo have probably worked hard for their throw and feel like this threatens to make a decent throw a thing of the past.

    True indeed, hard tricks take a decent throw to get through, but this won’t really change that. I can’t really ever see these being allowed in competition.

    Maybe we’ll see 10 minute long mega tricks as a result of this. Who knows? I’m eager to try this though. I imagine it being really fun.

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  8. February 28, 2011 @ 10:18 pm CrispyG

    I’m really just curious about how they did this . . . I wanna make my own!

    I don’t really think it will be that much of a game changer — as it is, what do we have to do to keep the yoyo going? stop and bind once every thirty seconds or so. Much of what makes yoyoing hard will still be hard; Like seriously, I could throw in about 2-3 weeks, and I’ve been yoyoing almost two years.

    I think it looks cool, in the end. Will it be more than cool? who knows, it’s quite possible. Even then, though, it won’t be much of a game changer. Jensen Kimmit will still be winning everything ๐Ÿ˜€

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  9. February 28, 2011 @ 9:21 pm aaron r.

    well like someone said<only mater of time. how cool will it be to have good sized playable motor yo! its like the mighty flea, or some of those wacky yoyos bist put out- they were made to serve an idea, this in no way will change the game, in fact it will make the game bigger, just as all cool and out there ideas that many people have brought to yoyoing, ok so its not too out their but i never thought i would see a decent looking motor yoyo. Plus people love to tinker with weigt disturbution so adding a mottor setup and what not would kill all ideas towrds getting a pefrect balance or feel. So would we go an ruin that? HECK NO lol.

    I got to say though, it was fun watching them bust out all of their tricks till they got bored haha.

    i will embrace this, becasue it is a bigger idea that has been made a reality once again showing us there is no limits to the yo besides our minds. I encourge you to do the same guys, whether you dislike or like embrace it, dont just spit hate about it. tell what really bothers you about it, or why you love it.

    peace

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  10. February 28, 2011 @ 9:21 pm aaron r.

    well like someone said<only mater of time. how cool will it be to have good sized playable motor yo! its like the mighty flea, or some of those wacky yoyos bist put out- they were made to serve an idea, this in no way will change the game, in fact it will make the game bigger, just as all cool and out there ideas that many people have brought to yoyoing, ok so its not too out their but i never thought i would see a decent looking motor yoyo. Plus people love to tinker with weigt disturbution so adding a mottor setup and what not would kill all ideas towrds getting a pefrect balance or feel. So would we go an ruin that? HECK NO lol.

    I got to say though, it was fun watching them bust out all of their tricks till they got bored haha.

    i will embrace this, becasue it is a bigger idea that has been made a reality once again showing us there is no limits to the yo besides our minds. I encourge you to do the same guys, whether you dislike or like embrace it, dont just spit hate about it. tell what really bothers you about it, or why you love it.

    peace

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  11. February 28, 2011 @ 9:21 pm aaron r.

    well like someone said<only mater of time. how cool will it be to have good sized playable motor yo! its like the mighty flea, or some of those wacky yoyos bist put out- they were made to serve an idea, this in no way will change the game, in fact it will make the game bigger, just as all cool and out there ideas that many people have brought to yoyoing, ok so its not too out their but i never thought i would see a decent looking motor yoyo. Plus people love to tinker with weigt disturbution so adding a mottor setup and what not would kill all ideas towrds getting a pefrect balance or feel. So would we go an ruin that? HECK NO lol.

    I got to say though, it was fun watching them bust out all of their tricks till they got bored haha.

    i will embrace this, becasue it is a bigger idea that has been made a reality once again showing us there is no limits to the yo besides our minds. I encourge you to do the same guys, whether you dislike or like embrace it, dont just spit hate about it. tell what really bothers you about it, or why you love it.

    peace

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  12. February 28, 2011 @ 9:21 pm aaron r.

    well like someone said<only mater of time. how cool will it be to have good sized playable motor yo! its like the mighty flea, or some of those wacky yoyos bist put out- they were made to serve an idea, this in no way will change the game, in fact it will make the game bigger, just as all cool and out there ideas that many people have brought to yoyoing, ok so its not too out their but i never thought i would see a decent looking motor yoyo. Plus people love to tinker with weigt disturbution so adding a mottor setup and what not would kill all ideas towrds getting a pefrect balance or feel. So would we go an ruin that? HECK NO lol.

    I got to say though, it was fun watching them bust out all of their tricks till they got bored haha.

    i will embrace this, becasue it is a bigger idea that has been made a reality once again showing us there is no limits to the yo besides our minds. I encourge you to do the same guys, whether you dislike or like embrace it, dont just spit hate about it. tell what really bothers you about it, or why you love it.

    peace

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  13. February 28, 2011 @ 9:21 pm aaron r.

    well like someone said<only mater of time. how cool will it be to have good sized playable motor yo! its like the mighty flea, or some of those wacky yoyos bist put out- they were made to serve an idea, this in no way will change the game, in fact it will make the game bigger, just as all cool and out there ideas that many people have brought to yoyoing, ok so its not too out their but i never thought i would see a decent looking motor yoyo. Plus people love to tinker with weigt disturbution so adding a mottor setup and what not would kill all ideas towrds getting a pefrect balance or feel. So would we go an ruin that? HECK NO lol.

    I got to say though, it was fun watching them bust out all of their tricks till they got bored haha.

    i will embrace this, becasue it is a bigger idea that has been made a reality once again showing us there is no limits to the yo besides our minds. I encourge you to do the same guys, whether you dislike or like embrace it, dont just spit hate about it. tell what really bothers you about it, or why you love it.

    peace

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  14. February 28, 2011 @ 9:21 pm aaron r.

    well like someone said<only mater of time. how cool will it be to have good sized playable motor yo! its like the mighty flea, or some of those wacky yoyos bist put out- they were made to serve an idea, this in no way will change the game, in fact it will make the game bigger, just as all cool and out there ideas that many people have brought to yoyoing, ok so its not too out their but i never thought i would see a decent looking motor yoyo. Plus people love to tinker with weigt disturbution so adding a mottor setup and what not would kill all ideas towrds getting a pefrect balance or feel. So would we go an ruin that? HECK NO lol.

    I got to say though, it was fun watching them bust out all of their tricks till they got bored haha.

    i will embrace this, becasue it is a bigger idea that has been made a reality once again showing us there is no limits to the yo besides our minds. I encourge you to do the same guys, whether you dislike or like embrace it, dont just spit hate about it. tell what really bothers you about it, or why you love it.

    peace

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  15. February 28, 2011 @ 5:42 pm Omar Ruiz

    i say throw the idea away

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  16. February 28, 2011 @ 4:46 pm Buck

    Segways are AWESOME, dammit.

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  17. February 28, 2011 @ 2:21 pm Sicyo

    *pulls out the pitchfork & torch*

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  18. February 28, 2011 @ 11:52 am POWER

    10 min after this video was posted, yyf contacts the kids and buys it off of them and submits a patient almost instantly.

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  19. February 28, 2011 @ 11:42 am RebelThrow

    LOL @Pancakes…
    Make sure your also talking on one of those retarded bluetooth headsets while riding your segway and motor-yoing. ๐Ÿ™‚

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  20. February 28, 2011 @ 11:09 am pancakes

    im gonna get one and use it on my segway. if you see me on the street, feel free to beat me up.

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  21. February 28, 2011 @ 8:42 am Yoyochucker

    So let me get this straight anyone who doesnt agree with a motorized yoyo is a “hater” thats just obsurd…

    just because someone doesnt share your same opinon and enthusiasm does not mean they are wrong or hateful they just disagree.

    agree to disagree and end it at that

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  22. February 28, 2011 @ 10:29 am JD

    interesting… but I couldn’t see it used in competition unless it somehow made it more difficult. (unlikely)

    The yoyos we have now I think are honestly a perfect balance of sleeping long enough and ability to do bad ass tricks.

    Nice to see it could be done though.

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  23. February 28, 2011 @ 7:50 am Steve Brown

    We had this exact same argument when bearing yo-yos became available.

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  24. February 28, 2011 @ 2:39 am gimmeadollr

    Looking at this and the comments, I think of the old Worlds competition videos and the tricks that the winners did. I could definitely do all the tricks in their routine with much less practice because of ball bearings and unresponsive yoyos. This seems like something that can make learning new tricks much easier and push boundaries like ball bearings did. Plus, learning from those step-by-step YouTube videos will be infinitely less frustrating because the spin isn’t dying out while you wait for the next step on the screen.

    I don’t know how this thing is made, but I’m sure there are materials to be used that can make this thing lighter. Carbon fiber!

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  25. February 28, 2011 @ 2:18 am Jared

    I’ve thrown the prototypes. Fun stuff, feels very different from what we’re used to.

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  26. February 28, 2011 @ 2:14 am Mo

    Ok.. I have a few things to share with you guys. Obviously there are closed minded, hard headed, hateful individuals that don’t care what I say and go out of their way letting me know they can’t wait to insult me, as an odd form of supporting their own groundless, defenseless positions. But, no matter to me. For those that may be open to ‘see a clearer view’, here goes>>>
    I have Never…………………… Never, ever; like in Neverevernever; seen a Yoyo that comes with ‘Skill Included’. Regardless of what the yoyo ‘Can do’, the yoyo will not do the Tricks for you.
    No matter how long a/the yoyo spins>> It could spin soooooooooooooo long, that if/when you died of old age; it may still be spinning and they could toss it into the casket with you.
    If you are not: Jason Lee.. Paul Escolar.. Paul Han.. Jensen Kimmett.. Guy Wright, Etc. < You will not magically become them if you get a yoyo that spins forever.
    Over 95 percent of ALL people that have thrown yoyos since Pedro Flores and Duncan Sr. got together to sell some yoyos; never have and never will enter any kind of Yoyo Contest; Ever; at any level.
    Quality practice and determination.. Some natural aptitude and several other factors will determine Yoyo Contest outcomes. Not a Motorized yoyo.
    Motorized yoyos will have close to NO effect on Yoyo Contests. ? 1. They either won’t be allowed in Contests or 2. They will make a special category just for ‘Powered yoyos’.
    And Players or wannabe players that fear others may have some kind of advantage using a Motor’d yoyo; are fearing something that has absolutely no substantiated basis in reason.
    All these assertions of: ruining yoyoing,,, game changer,,, bringing fail to the yoyo world(lol.. I like that one),,, ruining the art of yoing,,, allowing players to learn tricks in a few hours instead of years(?)(HuH?),,, eliminating the throw; which is a Huge part of yoing,, and on and on.
    >The throw is a Huge part of yoing? Actually the throw is just the part of yoing where you get the yoyo in motion and then the Real difficulty begins; haha.. < Actually learning tricks; one step, one segment, one move at a time. Whether your yoyo is: fixed Axle, bearing’d or Motorized. You,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ‘YOU’ have to learn the tricks. A motor won’t teach you.
    Some of you guys sound like medieval villagers getting ready to burn something just because they don’t understand it.
    Some of your responses are Just Totally ‘Weak’.
    Like a Lawyer would say,’ If it won’t hold up in Court; you don’t have a Case’.
    A Motorized yoyo will not ruin ‘the art of yoing’.
    A Motorized yoyo will not have that much impact on ‘the actual learning curve’.
    A Motorized yoyo will not make you: try harder,, think faster,, be more coordinated,, turn into Paul Escolar or make you a better bet to win a Yoyo Contest.
    Think of it this way,’ A razor sharp Fighting Knife, is only as dangerous as the person that is holding the knife’. It is not the weapon, but more the capability of the user.
    Anybody that is injecting: hate, worry, fear, disdain, accusations of ruination, into this thread; is simply waaaaaaaaaaaaaaay off the mark. You guys sound like Heretics from the olden days. ‘We fear it so let us kill it before it even hatches’ lol.

    Everybody most likely woudn’t buy one anyways. Maybe cost… maybe because it weighs possibly too much? Maybe because they have a fear of batteries; haha.
    I mean; when they hit the stores; you will not be ordered by the Imperial Galaxy Command to purchase one; lolol.
    >>> Junk,, Gimmick,,, trash? Can’t we just hold back the Smack talk until the Motor’d yoyos actually go from final proto to ‘model for sale’? Some adventurous folks will buy them and we can watch for their reviews. Let’s get some more information.. < Innocent until proven guilty; ya think?
    If you really truly honestly, fear innovations; then, please do yourself a favor and go hide under your bed right Now!
    We should look forward and welcome All yoyo ideas. Then we(we; like in me too; even) blast them right out of the water; hahaha.
    If something really comes out that may endanger the ‘art of yoing’ let’s save our energy for a Battle and not waste a single calorie on a Shooting match on the corner… Nuff said.
    Thanks for reading; if you got this far..

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  27. February 28, 2011 @ 1:25 am Tickles

    It’s not as aesthetically pleasing as a normal ball bearing yoyo, but this could definitely be a game changer.

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  28. February 27, 2011 @ 11:35 pm Nathan

    I’m with my Martian friend a few posts up.

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  29. February 27, 2011 @ 9:43 pm druminpython

    I was torn in half through the whole video… my first thoughts were that ed was way off when he said yoyofactory would do it in 40 years haha…

    Its so cool but at the same time I really thought that this could be the start of something horrible for the real yoyo community. If they figured out how to mass produce these things, and kids were buying them, I think it wwould be a low blow to what yoyoing really is.

    Think about it though. If these things did come into play and had all of the flaws ironed out, do you think that they would be cheap enough for a yuggle to buy? I doubt it highly… it would be pretty cool to own one though and just blow peoples minds…

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  30. February 27, 2011 @ 7:48 pm Matt

    I played it at worlds. there was a responsive one and an unresponsive one. They were both whacked. In the best way possible.

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  31. February 27, 2011 @ 7:38 pm RebelThrow

    it really is a shame that this thread is getting more attention/comments than that awesome Ed Haponic video right below this post D:

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  32. February 27, 2011 @ 7:21 pm ...........

    I doubt anyone will mass produce these, by the way they play incredabally terible, i played one at worlds the thing wieghs about 100gs its very slow and incredibally unstable and vibey it would have alot of cleaning up to do and it would take any real talent out of yoyoing in my opinion espically if the yoyo is doing all the work….

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  33. February 27, 2011 @ 7:17 pm BABBYlonian

    I agree with Elephark. Are you some sort of Philosopher?

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  34. February 27, 2011 @ 6:25 pm karl

    http://www.google.com/patents/about?id=mRewAAAAEBAJ&dq=motor+yoyo
    ?
    still wrong direction. I want my yoyogame to generate power, not use even more.
    allthough it could get pretty hilarious if you’d combine it with auldey’s photon (hubstack/synergy)

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  35. February 27, 2011 @ 6:19 pm trevlor

    i think it is cool that someone made it…but i yoyo comes from the term “come come”

    this doesnt do that, it stays….not a yoyo =)

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  36. February 27, 2011 @ 6:16 pm Elephark

    The idea that this is an insult makes me laugh a bit. It reminds me of the advent of bearings and also the adoption of unresponsive playโ€”which have both potential and absolute downsides, to be sure, but they ended up encouraging players to do things that were never thought of before. Skipping past the zillion hours of hammering away at some of the basics can allow people to get to the interesting stuff faster, before they end up losing their neat ideas to the “reality” that they’re way too hard to implement.

    Doing the same tricks on what we know of as a “standard” yoyo will still require the same amount of skill, but I see a motorized yoyo as perhaps at least a tool to expedite certain aspects of learning and practicing, in much the same way as learning a trick on an unresponsive yoyo first and then moving to a responsive yoyo is less painful and/or frustrating than just learning it on a responsive yoyo.

    Yes, kids these days have it easier than we did. But that means they can stand on our shoulders and push yoyoing further than we ever could, and sooner. Does that “devalue” us, or our skills? In some sense, I suppose one could say that, but that’s the price of progress. Ask yourself, do you care about your own “value” or “relevance” in yoyoing more than yoyoing itself?

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  37. February 27, 2011 @ 6:02 pm Vendetta

    This is ridiculous. Thanks YYF for bringing more fail into the yoyoing world.

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  38. February 27, 2011 @ 5:43 pm Yoyochucker

    Hate is a very strong word… i wouldnt call someones difference of opinon “Hate”… it is what it is… a difference of opinon.

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  39. February 27, 2011 @ 5:36 pm ed

    the idea that this (or any new concept or innovation) could threaten or devalue the work you put into your yo-yoing is preposterous. you get out what you put in, and no development will ever change that. your 500 hours of work to master rancid milk are worth no more than bob rule’s 500 hours to master hydrogen bomb. you can’t cheat at art, no matter what your tools look like.

    i think this thing looks silly and neat, but i bet it doesn’t stall or regen for beans. ๐Ÿ˜‰
    for what i like to do it wouldn’t be cheating – just ineffective.

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  40. February 27, 2011 @ 5:21 pm j

    for the lazy who dont want to take their time to learn,only wanting instant gratification.its not a yoyo anymore once it’s motorized.

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  41. February 27, 2011 @ 5:21 pm BABBYlonian

    I just thought of something. Remember spin tops? Remember beyblades?….whatever happened to them?…..

    “New ANIME! Extreme YOYO HERO!” = motorized yoyo boom => crazy kids “wielding” yoyos like they’re weapons while shouting out specific “moves” that will summon a “spiritual monster” that resides inside the yoyo…

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  42. February 27, 2011 @ 5:11 pm BABBYlonian

    Just reiterating, I only mentioned that there are “Parallels in History”. I never took sides. I just left an open ended question for yoyoers to ponder about.

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  43. February 27, 2011 @ 5:06 pm DrYoYo

    Phark,
    I was noticing the exact same thing.

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  44. February 27, 2011 @ 4:58 pm pancakes

    what if you bind your bearing? or snag on something and have a motor slowly squeezing your finger to death. what if the bus comes and you have this whirring thing, vibrating in your pocket all the way across town? what if your battery dies during ten minute freestyles at the worlds 2025? i hope these get into competition so someone can get boo’ed off the stage while loosing circulation to their digits. or the crowd is allowed to throw pennies at you if you use one. seems like way more trouble than its worth.

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  45. February 27, 2011 @ 4:32 pm Bronson Rivera

    Lame. This is an insult. If a guy can pick up these tricks in a few hours, it means the years we have put on the art have been pointless.

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  46. February 27, 2011 @ 4:24 pm Tickles

    I figured someone would make something like this eventually.

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  47. February 27, 2011 @ 4:15 pm Elephark

    I like how both of those throwers instinctively go into pre-bind maneuvers every so often.

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  48. February 27, 2011 @ 4:04 pm Aldur

    a total threat to the art of yoing, if you want my own opinion…

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  49. February 27, 2011 @ 3:58 pm PatrickCondon

    As soon as I need batteries to play my yoyo, I’m done.

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  50. February 27, 2011 @ 3:52 pm Max

    I think this is amazing however I would hate for the skill we all had to work for over years to become something pathetically easy that anyone can pick up and easily do well…. like videogames

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  51. February 27, 2011 @ 10:45 pm zammy

    This is just a novelty, not a game changer.

    Neat and fun..but all it brings is endless sleep time. Thats it. nothing more.

    Hubstacks are more of a game changer then this piece of junk.

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  52. February 27, 2011 @ 3:32 pm Noah Adam

    I agree with yoyochucker, ball-bearings and the butterfly shape helped improve yoyoing but they didn’t sacrifice anything vital to yoyoing. A motorized yoyo does. Don’t get me wrong, Kudos to whoever made the yoyo; its absolutely amazing! But if Duncan or yoyofactory start manufacturing stuff like this then that will be the end of TRUE yoyoing. If I was the guy who made the yoyo in the video, I would get that thing patented and make a few for prizes or charity auctions, but keep it out of the hands of any big companies. BUt seriously dude, thats really tight!

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  53. February 27, 2011 @ 3:24 pm Yoyochucker

    @10 — i agree with you to a point but your talking about eliminating the throw that is a HUGE part of what yoyoing is. if there is no throw you cannot call it yoyoing.

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  54. February 27, 2011 @ 3:11 pm yollector.com

    It was just a matter of time

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  55. February 27, 2011 @ 3:04 pm danielo515

    Completly agree with #10

    Stop hating new things. It’s so cool to love and enjoy new toys…

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  56. February 27, 2011 @ 3:00 pm BABBYlonian

    Parallels in history. What did the yoyomasters of fixed axle think of when they saw butterfly shapes and ball bearings?

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  57. February 27, 2011 @ 2:40 pm swilly

    I agree with comments 7 and 8. Throwing the yoyo is as much an element of yoyoing as the tricks are.

    Plus, it’s so satisfying to throw nice and hard, having the yoyo powered by an accurate throw born from hours upon hours of practice.

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  58. February 27, 2011 @ 2:36 pm Cameron Schaefer

    This is like a hack for yoyoing, this eliminates the challenge of trying to do your trick without losing the spin.

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  59. February 27, 2011 @ 2:15 pm Yoyochucker

    TERRIBLE for Yoyoing absolutely terrible it eliminates throws and that is a BAD thing.

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  60. February 27, 2011 @ 2:10 pm SloppyBinds

    I’m with Jerrico on this one. It would be great for practicing (especially for those of us with joint issues as we get older), but should not be allowed in competitions.

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  61. February 27, 2011 @ 2:07 pm RebelThrow

    Meh, kinda fun i guess for a laugh. i wouldn’t say this will change yoyoing forever or anything like that, just a novelty/gimmick, like hubstacks.

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  62. February 27, 2011 @ 3:17 pm Ege

    He’s really out of tricks after all so he passes the yoyo to the friend.. ๐Ÿ˜€ It doesn’t seem useful for practice.. But i wonder what yoyo they used and what’s inside it… o.0

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  63. February 27, 2011 @ 1:09 pm Pearson

    This could make yoyoing either a lot better or a whole lot worse. Its a cool novelty concept but there would have to be many rules in place to regulate the use of this technology, similar to corked bats in professional baseball. It would be a cool practice yoyo for sure though. People ask me if my yoyos have motors in them since they spin so long. Now there is a yoyo that does!

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  64. February 27, 2011 @ 1:01 pm josh

    this smacked my gob… now I am speechless…

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  65. February 27, 2011 @ 12:42 pm Jerrico

    They should totally mass produce this for the public. It would make a great yoyo for practicing. It would also really help many beginners out there to progress. However, they sould ban it from competition yoyoing.

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  66. February 27, 2011 @ 12:41 pm ryan batts

    wow.. so many questions.

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  67. February 27, 2011 @ 4:52 pm Michael Montgomery

    Looks cool, I’m thinking epic walk the dogs, sabotaging the longest sleeper contest, doing a million around the worlds… It’s crazy to see how many of you guys go off the deep end right wing when new tech is introduced. It’s not like you HAVE to get it if or when it comes out, so no, you don’t have to quit and you don’t have to throw a tantrum because of something every one else has thought about but hasn’t done.

    Bring on the hate ๐Ÿ™‚ looks sick to me.

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