[Set] 2 Handed Looping Set
Loop 720 (Japan Edition)
Tweaking looping yo-yos was a fine art for early players, and now they're taking that knowledge and doing the work for you, maxing out the limits of what the specs will allow. Looping yo-yos are particularly finicky, so it takes a practiced hand to make it awesome. With the help of world champion in the artistic performance (AP) division, Shu Takada had a hand in making this yo-yo the beast that it is. Thank to their designs, you barely need any maintenance to keep this top spinning forever.
A change in the design includes the switch to a starburst response area, and a metal spacer to lock the gap at the perfect looping width for beginners and professional players alike. We suggest a string length of around 70-75cm for maximum performance. K-String normal works best for us!
An affordable throw, the 720 makes it easy to pick up two for the rigors of two-handed looping!
Initiator (+$4 each)
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.
However, you always have the option to improve its looping performance by using the lubricating oil included in the set. Also included is a set of protective finger tape, which keeps your fingers safe from string burn. Click here to learn more about looping style.