iCEBERG Classic

iYoYoSKU: iyoyo-iceberg-purple_goldrim
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Color: Purple / Gold Rim
Sale price$69.99


iYoYo - iCEBERG Classic

This is the plastic version of the iYoYo Steel. A machined polycarbonate body tipped with a stainless steel rim make this an unusual combination of materials.

The Steel is iYoYo's flagship model, and the iCEBERG is a new alternate variation on the wining design. The interesting mix of machined polycarbonate and stainless steel gives a lighter playfeel than full metal yo-yos, with tons of potential to those who are willing to grasp at it. From a weight distribution perspective, the performance of the iCEBERG is similar to a high-end bimetal throw.

By the numbers, iCEBERG is about 3 grams lighter than the Steel, and that steel rim keeps it dead stable and smooth. It's really a delight to practice and perform with. To top it all off, they even reshaped the center nut to accept fingerspins! You can't go wrong with a yo-yo this cool.

More Information

Brand iYoYo
Series None
Signature -
Style String Trick (1A, 3A, 5A)
age Not Mentioned
Designed In Germany
Release Year 2017
Weight (g) 65.1
Diameter (mm) 57.01
Width (mm) 42.34
Trapeze Width (mm) 39
Body Shape H-Profile
Body Material Plastic (Polycarbonate/ABS/PS)
Rim Stainless Steel
Bearing Type Pixel Bearing
Bearing Size Size C (Large)
Response System Slim (OD 19mm)
Axle M4 x 10mm
Twist-apart Twist-Apart
Spacer None
Bind Bind Required
Surface Smooth Processed
Maintenance Pad/Sticker/O-Ring Change Required


StringC3 Pro String (Fat) x100
BearingCLYW x iYoYo Pixel Bearing
PadREWIND Japan Pad
MaintenanceYYF DARK MATTER Lubricant

Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Bimaterial throw with premium bimetal performance

I usually prefer bimetal throws. I do have a couple of other polycarbonate bimaterial throws like the ROOC and Surveil and they perform amazing, but I think this one takes the cake among those. The width makes it a very agile and commendable throw. The hub is perfect for fingerspins as well. If you’re in the market for a bimaterial, looks no further.


Yo-yo spins for a very long time

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