YJYOYO - Time Slip
The Time Slip has been designed to stretch out your sleep times to give intermediate players more time to practice and develop their skills!
The longer the sleep, the more time you have to practice tricks! Metal yo-yos are known for providing longer sleeps for string tricks, but the Time Slip really pushes this to the limit. It was developed specifically for the YJ YoYo Club members to help them improve their skills.
There are plenty of hurdles to overcome when learning string tricks, but your yo-yo's design shouldn't be one of them. To support their club members, YJ developed the Time Slip to provide an excessive amount of sleep, smooth action, and tons of stability. Their years of teaching yo-yo to beginners and more advanced players led directly to the development of the Time Slip, to make it easier for them to explore their abilities and learn new things.
It has a straightforward H-profile with a low edge, which serves to keep the string from rubbing against the spinning body, and the rims extend out to provide added power and stability, all meant to keep the Time Slip spinning for as long as possible. This extra time removes some of the barriers facing players as they learn increasingly challenging tricks; when first learning something new, often the yo-yo will die before the trick can be accomplished. The Time Slip gives you extra margin of error so you can learn that trick more quickly!
This newest version has an upgraded response area to further improve performance.
Just look to the quality of players YJ YOYO CLUB is turning out for proof of the quality of this design. Can you keep up with them?
yo-yo designed for teach for yoyoacademy students
This is a yo-yo for mid-level people who start on string trick. All the time, intermediate trick players tell us that yo-yo stops on the string.
All they need only thing is a sleep time.
long sleep time makes it easy for anyone to do long time combo trick and difficult trick.
In our academy, the yo-yo students learn the trick really easily.
This is why young players have great tricks in Korea.
It did not only the long sleep time. It shows enough performance even with advanced trick.
If you want to practice long time of combo trick, we only recommend this yo-yo.
On YouTube, our team member Cho Han-bin takes 15 minutes longsleeper time.
This version time slip contains Zephyros's return system.
This small difference turned it into a huge performance.
Also, we really wanted to put a design that reminds us of a watch.
The result was a success, as you can see this picture.
|Style||String Trick (1A, 3A, 5A)|
|Trapeze Width (mm)||34|
|Body Material||Aluminum (6061)|
|Bearing Type||Curved Bearing|
|Bearing Size||Size C (Large)|
|Response System||Slim (OD 19mm)|
|Axle||M4 x 10mm|
|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 first bought it mainly because of the beautiful rainbow color in the pictures. When I received it, it is as beautiful as in the pictures and it is very smooth.
After playing awhile, I would say that Time Slip is good for trick learning because of its weight and shape. Comparing with other yo-yos with similar weights (e.g., Shutter, Boost Afterburner), Time Slip feels heavier in play probably because of its shape and weight distribution. But it is also very stable and provides long spinning time as the description says. This allows mistakes during practice and learning. I like to use it to learn complex tricks.