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C3yoyodesign - Initiator
The Initiator has been updated with an improved spacer and axle system.

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C3yoyodesign - Initiator

The Initiator has been updated with an improved spacer and axle system.

C3's first looping yo-yo has been redesigned thanks to the input from player feedback. The biggest improvements have been in the spacer and axle system, making it even easier to handle and maintain. Right out of the box, Initiator is a perfect fit for players new to looping, and by switching to the metal spacer you can get competition-level looping performance with minimum effort.

The new axle is much stronger than the original Initiator, made from a more robust material that is much harder to break. Thanks to this, C3 has also reduced the chance of your yo-yo gaps getting messed up due to a mid-air collision. As for the performance itself, it doesn't matter what your level, or what kind of looping trick you attempt, the Initiator is a solid throw for players of all kinds. C3 has made great strides towards the ideal looping yo-yo with their new Initiator.

Of course, you can modify the responsiveness of the yo-yo with looping oil. Aside from C3's own string, we recommend using Type 6 (50/50), Type 8 (50/50), or K-String's poly 100% string. Although this model uses a starburst response system, it is an exception to the rule and can handle 100% polyester strings.


Additional Information

Additional Information

Manufacturer C3yoyodesign
Series None
Signature -
Style Looping Trick (2A)
For Age 8+
Designed In Hong Kong
Release Year 2016
Weight (g) 52.2
Diameter (mm) 58.39
Width (mm) 34.97
Trapeze Width (mm) 10
Shape Raider
Body Material Plastic (Polycarbonate/ABS/PS)
Rim N/A
Bearing Type Ball Bearing
Bearing Size Size K (Mighty Flea)
Response Starburst
Twist-apart Twist-Apart
Spacer None
Axle -
Bind Tug Return
Surface None
Maintenance Oil/Lube Required
Function/Gimmick No

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