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Duncan Imperial Yo Yo , Assorted colors, Pack of 1
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- Steel Axle For Smooth Spinning
- Made of Durable Plastic
- Great For Beginners
- Steel Axle For Smooth Spins
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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
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Top Customer Reviews
Over the past week or so I have been giving them quite a workout, driving both my wife and dogs crazy; which truth be told is sort of half the fun of it.
Now I have several yoyos stashed around the house that I play with, some good, some better and some great. The intent of this review though is not to compare these yoyos as the prices of the ones I already own is significant.
I found these Imperials to be just fine and dandy and they did the job they were suppose to do, which in reality is to provide an inexpensive pleasurable pastime for kids and big people, and to provide the initial yoyo exposure to see if the young ones actually take to the things before you lay out big bucks for a nicer one.
I found that these yoyos performed all of the basic tricks quite well. Gravity pull, the throw down, the sleeper, the forward pass, walking the dog, around the world and around the corner; all were a piece of cake. I found that the sleep time to be adequate for all of these tricks. Using all three of the yoyos; testing each I found the sleep time ranged from 10 seconds to a little under 15 seconds. It must be remembered that the string needs to be unwound quite often, (The sleeping beauty or flying saucer is great for this as it does the job with the benefit of actually looking like a trick).Read more ›
This Yo-Yo made a big difference from the cheaper one she had right away. Even my wife and I were able to do basic tricks with the Duncan Yo-Yos and my daughter is able to do some fairly cool things with it.
This is a great low tech toy (no batteries required) that can still entertain kids. It has "passed the test of time".
I made the mistake of ordering the least expensive, and am sorry I did so, as it's a terrible reflection on the name of Duncan. As with most things today, it is made in China, and they can't tell a lop-sided yo-yo if it stares them in the face. Walking the dog, the most basic of all the tricks, is impossible, as one side is larger in spots than the other. Likewise, the other side is larger than it's counterpart in spots, making for an impossible situation. I wouldn't recommend this item for any use, let alone trying to learn how to use a yo-yo.
Obviously, I can't say it's much fun to use, but it is probably pretty durable, as it's all plastic. As an educational toy, if it worked properly, it would rate very highly, but as it doesn't work the way it should, it would be very hard for a child to learn to use, therefore, it isn't a good educational item.
Always buy extra string. It's not a question of if your yoyo string will break, but when. You want to be ready with spare string when this happens, and not sitting around waiting for string to be delivered. String is a disposable commodity. Don't treat it like a collectible.
Cut your yoyo to the proper length for the user. About 2 inches (4 cm) above the navel is good. So many people don't do this and then complain "The yoyo is too long for my young child!" Cutting the string to the proper length is right on the back of the Duncan Package. This means if you have multiple children of varying heights, they should each have their own yoyo, or all learn to use the shortest string (It's easier for a tlal person to use a short string, and dangerous for a short person to use a long string.) This goes for Daddy and Mommy too.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
My grandson want a Yo Yo so I bought him the one I used as a kid. Same Duncan quality I enjoyed as a kid.Published 26 days ago by VJ Sansom
Trying to get my skills back. The Duncan Yo Yo is fine. I am not there yet.Published 1 month ago by william h wheatcroft
It was broken within 24 hours in each case. (We purchased two of them.)Published 2 months ago by CTProfessional