New X-Cube – The Stampede

This is another Xtreme shape, but still an awesome player, just like its older brother the Steamroller.
This one is a beautiful full size (56mm), ready to kick ass! We are currently discussing aesthetics details, expect it in soon!

Source – X-Cube

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'New X-Cube – The Stampede' have 4 comments

  1. April 15, 2011 @ 6:51 am steamroller

    Since that Graou entered the team, he supported X³ as no one, always here to give a hand, when I do not have time. He became in a way my right-hand man.

    Some time ago, Graou announced me his desire for designing a yoyo.
    He then asked some advices as for the software and the way to use them.
    I hadn’t too much time ahead at this moment, I then just gave him hints onto the quotations, and he really learnt alone.
    As a collector and a player, he has a very good appreciation of the various shapes, and of the effect of weight distribution, when talking about playability.
    2 weeks hardly after having received my first tips, Graou asked me if I could check his work. Surprise!
    I was astonished by the quality of its job. No modification of the design was necessary!
    I let you imagine his surprise when I told him, ten minutes after seeing his design,
    “Let’s produce it !!!”

    This yoyo, it is the Stampede.

    I have just told you a piece of the story, I think that it’s time for Graou to tell the whole story!


  2. April 12, 2011 @ 7:06 am Aldur

    i’ll get one (booked it a month ago ^^). when you know how graou is meticulous, and since he worked a lot on this project, i have great expectations, especially since he told me he was satisfied. i need a killer player. i’m sure i won’t be disappointed : those guys work for passion, and they know their job !
    hooray for X³


  3. April 11, 2011 @ 5:26 pm Kyle V.

    I’m really loving Xcube. I love how they’re fearlessly releasing yoyos with such unique shapes. Pushing the boundaries. More power to ya!


  4. April 11, 2011 @ 5:20 pm Douglas Brown

    That actually looks kinda cool. Smooth lines, nice thumbgrind lip, possibly grindable surface. If it’s not too heavy I might be down.


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