OXYGENE – Ti 2011



  • Diameter: 52.2 mm
  • Width: 38.8 mm
  • Weight: 63 gr
  • Silicon recess

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Running Google Translator, Carlo says he is considering a run of 50, exclusive to the Oxy website.



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'OXYGENE – Ti 2011' have 14 comments

  1. May 8, 2011 @ 10:52 am Louis

    I agree w/ mo that this shape of yo-yo can hurt the hand, but if it plays anything like a Yuuksta, the shape is so good, I don’t care if it hurts a little sometimes.

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  2. April 15, 2011 @ 8:20 am Mo

    Both of you guys are amazing players and your designs show you have the Depth of knowledge to make yoyos that really ‘Play’ with Precision and Power. The fact that you can listen to small criticisms; shows that you both have great confidence in your work. Your efforts help keep things rolling and people playing. And I sure can’t complain about that; haha.

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  3. April 15, 2011 @ 6:58 am steamroller

    no problem Mo, you told me the same on the steamroller, but for me it’s an aestetik point.
    witch is important.
    and more, a half gram can change lot of things on playability 😉
    just my experiences…
    but it’s a feeling and taste question.

    one peace, one love!

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  4. April 15, 2011 @ 3:16 am Carlo Oxy

    So you are saying that the problem is not for small hands but for large ones? I though it was the opposite: I guess large fingers don’t even feel the corner. My hands are quite big but I have thin fingers and I barely feel the corner. Anyway…the corner isn’t sharp. Simply by polishing the halves a 0.5 mm radius comes naturally.

    Of course Mo! Everybody should know we are good friends! Love you!!!

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  5. April 15, 2011 @ 2:24 am Mo

    Well; Carlo.. You know I Love your yoyos. And even with the corners; they are works of art and engineering. I really wish more of these new kids to yoyoing realized that you and I are good friends from Waaay back. And it should be common sense that you can’t please ‘Everybody’ with every aspect of every yoyo you design; haha. You are a Master Yoyo Maker and nobody can say otherwise. Your track record proves your Genius. The fact that I did not like the edge on the Oxy 5; does not keep me from owning 2 of them. <Nice to see you on the Board; Carlo. PS..(only since you mentioned it), it would be interesting to see how many of these 12 and 13 year olds, with little middle fingers, not bothered by those edges; can actually to buy that Ti yoyo when it finally comes out? Seems to me that the market for that Ti yoyo would be comprised of people older than 13 that just may have larger hands; hahaha.. Just sayin……………

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  6. April 15, 2011 @ 1:30 am Carlo Oxy

    Hi Mo!
    I really appreciated your mod to the Oxy 5! Please, don’t take an offense if both on the Ozone and on the Ti I’m keeping the sharp edge (you didn’t need to repeat, I remember your opinion since the 5): none of my pupils (who are 12-13 years old) hurt their little middle fingers in the catch. In my opinion these yoyos’ appeal is also in that extreme corner. I love rounded corners too…just take a look to my former models that you know so well… but lately I found it interesting to study the use of sharp corners, too. After your comment on the 5, I asked many players if they could feel the corner and all said the yoyo was already very comfortable. So, I find it useless to abandone something I’m having fun studying when the only person who doesn’t like it has the skills to modify it!
    Thank you Mo! Ciao!

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  7. April 14, 2011 @ 1:12 pm Mo

    I got bad news for you Homie. The amount of weight lost would be soo minimal; I am not really sure why you even bothered to respond to me posting; unless you don’t know what you are doing; haha. I know a little about this stuff too. And although Carlos’ record of Beautiful yoyos is amazing; that does not mean that people(like me) should fear even suggesting he make a little change to the yoyo in the proto stage before he makes 50 of them and then realizes that rounding out that corner may have just made the yoyo slightly more comfortable when you catch it. Telling me ‘Carlo knows what he is doing’ just tells me you don’t; lol.

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  8. April 14, 2011 @ 6:16 am steamroller

    yoyodoc…
    if you rounding that transition it you should loose weight here, and lose this kind of double weight rim.
    Carlo know what is doing!

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  9. April 12, 2011 @ 7:19 pm Louis

    Looking forward to trying this out!

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  10. April 11, 2011 @ 9:00 pm ryan batts

    Wow thats one of the best Ti drops ever!

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  11. April 11, 2011 @ 10:10 am yoyodoc

    Carlo.. radius that transition to the Gap; please… those corners are right where the middle finger joint hits against the yoyo on the catch. A soft 45.. 3/32nds radius would work.. Rounding that transition would give much better comfort and ergonomics without really affecting performance.

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  12. April 11, 2011 @ 9:41 am steamroller

    wow!
    I can’t wait to try it!!!

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  13. April 11, 2011 @ 8:39 am Nikooe

    Shut up 😐

    If someone want to buy it, they will buy it 😀

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  14. April 11, 2011 @ 6:19 am Yoyochucker

    Well theres another 500 dollar yoyo… come back down to earth please.

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