Sengoku - Musashi
Musashi is a metallurgic masterpiece, combining 7068 aluminum and stainless steel.
Sengoku's Kenshin was the first yo-yo to incorporate 7068 Aluminum, and now they're combining it with stainless steel to create a very special bimetal throw. Without any frills or gimmicks, Musashi is designed in the pursuit of spin, its strong but light inner body works with the dense outer rim to deliver on this simple concept.
Its most notable feature is the one you can't see: the fact that its main body is made from 7068 aluminum, an alloy that is even stronger than the popular 7075 alloy. By switching materials, Sengoku was able to produce a design that would be impossible otherwise, carving even more material out of the body.
With straight shapes comes straight feelings, as the Musashi's simple profile gives a sharp feeling in hand, capable of whipping out with incredible speed, like the famous Samurai's sword. Musashi definitely lives up to its namesake
Miyamoto Musashi is without question the best swordsman in the history of the world. I want to explore non V shapes for my next generation of yoyos and exploring other fun, more casual fields. But for now, I cannot let the name Musashi go without a pure competition performance yoyo in mind, so, I believe you wont mind the V shape one more time. With no extras, no centering finger thingy, no cosmetic lines, minimalistic, inspired by the Masamune and a Katana blade.
- Additional Information
Manufacturer Sengoku Series None Signature - Style String Trick (1A, 3A, 5A) For Age Not Mentioned Designed In Japan Release Year 2016 Weight (g) 65.3 Diameter (mm) 56.51 Width (mm) 43.80 Trapeze Width (mm) 39 Shape Step Straight Body Material Aluminum Alloy (7068) Rim Stainless Steel Bearing Type Double Straight Bearing Size Size C (Large) Response Slim (OD 19mm) Twist-apart Twist-Apart Spacer None Axle M4 x 8mm Bind Bind Required Surface Smooth Processed Maintenance Pad/Sticker/O-Ring Change Required Function/Gimmick No