Magic YoYo – T5 Overlord – Blue
Playstyle String Tricks
Magic YoYo – T5 Overlord – Blue – Profile
There’s not much to say about the T5. It’s a cheap metal yoyo. It works but it doesn’t feel great or perform particularly well. If it were my money I’d grab a Replay PRO or a Classic.
“Solid metal throw for like under 20 bucks. It isn't as nimble or stable as it could be but I don't think it is a below average magicyoyo throw. Overall, if you like a smaller, solid yoyo that is very direct in its movements, this is good. The bearing is strongly stuck in the seat, so keep that in mind if you wanna pull a switcharoo and invite your strong cousin over. Or get a vice.”
“This throw is diffidently not the best one I own. But I carry it around all the time. It is the throw to beat the shit out off. I don't feel bad when it hits the floor or when somebody (mostly non throwers) asks to try it or to walk the dog. Don't expect to much form it. It sleeps long enough to do ladder escape and a small trick afterward at a not really fast pace (my pace). It is smaller then my other throws and fits better in my pockets, maybe that's why I carry it around more. All in all, its a pretty decent throw and I'm still happy with it.”
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