Yomega Dash Yoyo (Unresponsive)
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The Yomega Dash Yoyo is a long spinning yo-yo made from high grade anodized aluminum. It weighs 66 grams, which is 6 grams heavier than the similar Yomega Maverick yoyo. The increased weight lets the Dash hold spinning momentum for advanced string tricks, and the slightly wider wing shaped gap lets you catch it back on the string a little bit easier.
This version of the Dash from Yomega features a silicone response system. This yoyo is unresponsive and has a response system, which means it will NOT wake up with the tug of your hand. The Dash uses 6061 aluminum, an advanced type that is also widely used in aircraft on the wings and fuselage, which gives you an idea of the durability. To make it even better, Yomega also anodizes it, which increases corrosion and wear resistance and allows cool coloring. Graphic design may vary.
Yomega uses a numbering system for their yoyos called "Yo to Pro Level," which goes from 1 to 5. If a Yomega yoyo is numbered as 1, then it is the very easiest and simplest to use yoyo that is suitable for an absolute beginner. At the other end of the scale is a ranking of 5, which means that it requires advanced skills to be able to successfully use the yoyo. The Yomega yoyos at level 5 are typically non-responsive yoyos, which means that they do not wake up from sleeping unless you know how to perform a bind.
The Yomega Dash yoyo is a 5 on the Yo to Pro Level scale. Anything listed as a 4 or 5 is considered to be Pro Level. What 5 means in this case is that you're going to get a really smooth yoyo for doing string tricks that is completely unresponsive and cannot be waken without a bind. H
The Dash also features a C type bearing. What is a C bearing? Basically, it's a bearing that is a little bit larger than the typical Yomega bearing in yoyos like the Brain and the Raider, which is often referred to as a size or type E. The lettering system really just refers to the size of the bearing. When you use a larger C bearing, you can get a longer spin time. However, a C bearing is also less responsive when you tug on the string to wake up the yoyo when it is sleeping. So a size C bearing makes it a bit harder for beginners and intermediate players to use, but allows advanced players to more easily do complicated string tricks where you don't want the yoyo to wake up too easily.
Yomega Dash Yoyo Features and Specifications
- Weighted outer perimeter
- Smooth silicone return system
- Durable 6061 Aluminum Alloy (anodized for extra strength)
- Weight: 66 grams
- Colors: Blue or Red
- Width / Diameter: 37.8 mm / 53 mm
- Gap Width: 4 mm
- Bearing Size: 6 mm x 12 mm x 4 mm (C Type Bearing)
- Includes 1 yoyo string
If you want even more ideas, add a a yo-yo trick book to your order, or another yoyo trick DVD. It's also a good idea to grab extra yoyo strings. Learning new tricks makes yoyoing much more fun, and you'll need extra strings, because they wear out with regular use. Warning: This yo-yo contains small parts and is not for children under 3 years old. This yoyo is recommended for ages 8 & up.