A special aluminum alloy and stainless steel are brought together for this historic bimetal model.
Even stronger and more durable than 7075 aluminum, but with a similar density, Alumigo Hard makes up the body of the Masamune, with stainless steel inner weight rings.
Sengoku is breaking new ground with the Masamune, the first yo-yo to use this special Japanese alloy. Forged and machined in Japan, the special materials used allow them to go even thinner than before, relying on the stainless steel rings to bring just the right amount of weight to the yo-yo body. The result is a wonderful combination of lightweight power and amazing sleep times. We think that anyone who picks up the Masamune will immediately sense the potential it has. Sengoku isn't just pushing the boundaries here, they're forging a whole new path for string trick yo-yos.
*As this is a new, experimental material that is harder to work with, the logo etching on the side may not be completely clear. There may also be some scuffing on the body due to the manufacturing process, but these should have no effect on how the yo-yo plays.
|Style||String Trick (1A, 3A, 5A)|
|Trapeze Width (mm)||41|
|Body Shape||Step Straight|
|Body Material||Aluminum (Alumigo Hard)|
|Bearing Type||Double Straight|
|Bearing Size||Size C (Large)|
|Response System||Slim (OD 19mm)|
|Axle||M4 x 8mm|
|Maintenance||Pad/Sticker/O-Ring Change Required|
|String||C3 Pro String (Fat) x100|
|Bearing||CLYW x iYoYo Pixel Bearing|
|Pad||REWIND Japan Pad|
|Maintenance||YYF DARK MATTER Lubricant|
I feel this could be the best bimetal that money can buy.
It is very fast, powerful and easy to control. Also, Its minimalistic design is very striking and attractive.
If you want the the best, then get this.