CLYW - Big Dipper
CLYW's newest masterpiece aims for the stars to draw maximum potential out of its plastic body.
Ten full years after CLYW released their first yo-yo, they've finally come out with their first polycarbonate model. It's called the Big Dipper, and is the new signature model of 2015 World Champion, Zach Gormley.
The shape is based on the Borealis, with the diameter stretched. Thanks to this design, even if you are used to throwing full metal, you won't be disappointed with how the Big Dipper plays. CLYW's signature power isn't sacrificed, and the Big Dipper has a strong presence in your hand. Give it a throw and you can feel the power of its spin. Handling even high-level competition tricks, you might find yourself throwing plastic a lot more often!
So much potential at such a low price! The Big Dipper makes us excited for what CLYW brings next.
This competition-ready plastic return top is the newest signature model for 2015 World YoYo Champion Zach Gormley, and we think it’s one of our coolest models to date. The Big Dipper can handle pretty much anything you can think of, and is truly worthy of Zach’s name. The Big Dipper is based on the Borealis, the metal return top that helped Zach take his first World title in 2015. The design has been changed and tweaked to reproduce well in plastic, and brand new artwork by Edmonton designer Mike Lundy finishes the whole thing off.
Zach Gormley - Big Dipper 2016
Zach Gormley - Big Dipper 2016 - Round 2
- Additional Information
Manufacturer CLYW Series None Signature Zach Gormley Style String Trick (1A, 3A, 5A) For Age Not Mentioned Designed In Canada Release Year 2016 Weight (g) 67.0 Diameter (mm) 58.58 Width (mm) 43.95 Trapeze Width (mm) 40 Shape H-Profile Body Material Plastic (Polycarbonate/ABS/PS) Rim N/A Bearing Type String Centering Bearing Bearing Size Size C (Large) Response CLYW Twist-apart Twist-Apart Spacer None Axle - Bind Bind Required Surface None Maintenance Pad/Sticker/O-Ring Change Required Function/Gimmick No