Sword Master

YJ YOYOSKU: yjyoyo-swordmaster-red_blackrim

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Color: Matte Red / Black Rim
Sale price$134.99


YJ YoYo - Sword Master

(This is a machine AI translation from Japanese. We will replace it once the English description done by our staff is ready.)

A bimetal model with a stainless steel rim sandwiched between aluminum alloys in a special construction.

Similar to the company's "Aries" and "The Metal of the Future," this bimetal model has a stainless steel rim sandwiched between aluminum bodies.

The bimetal's stainless steel rim is widely and flatly extended as a structure to achieve both operability and rotational force, and this shape has attracted much attention.
YJ Yo-Yo has found the most efficient way to arrange the stainless steel rim, and this Sword Master is the result of repeated brushups.

The weight of 68g, which is one of the heaviest bimetal yo-yos in the market, was made possible by the high operability of the yo-yo. The yo-yo moves smoothly on the string without feeling difficult to move. The stability derived from the weight and the yoyo's current position that can be felt through the hand make it an extremely reliable weapon on stage.

This is the competition model that YJ Yo-Yo is most proud of. Its power is real.

More Information

Signature -
Style String Trick (1A, 3A, 5A)
age -
Designed In Korea
Release Year 2023
Weight (g) 68.4
Diameter (mm) 56.07
Width (mm) 46.2
Trapeze Width (mm) 44
Body Shape Step Round
Body Material Aluminum (A6061)
Rim Stainless Steel
Bearing Type Curved 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 Both Available
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 1 review
Heavy, but overloaded smoothness

As a product that I had kept in mind since it was briefly mentioned on a blog, this yo-yo exceeded my expectations with its unusual weight. YJ, known for producing lightweight yo-yos, surprised me with a weight of over 68g. Initially, I had mixed feelings of anticipation and concern, but when I actually threw it, it felt heavier, similar to the Segamonte.

Despite its weight, it moves smoothly and has a decent spin time, which I really liked. The only downside was indeed the heavy weight. I suppose a bimetal yo-yo weighing 68g would have strong preferences either way.

In conclusion, I really liked it, but I do have a small desire for a lighter version. It would be great if they could release a lighter variation. I recommend giving it a try if you have the chance.

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