Originally introduced in 1963, the Duncan Sportsline is back! These sports ball-shaped yo-yos are fun for kids of all ages. With packaging featuring killer art from Duncan Trick Book artist Li Shyu, the Duncan Sportsline is back for the new millennium.
The perfect addition to the classic line, this modified shape, rim-weighted, take-apart yo-yo features a patented replaceable wooden axle sleeve and interchangeable graphics. An absolute must-have. COLORS : Assorted opaque
5 pieces of white Duncan replacement yoyo strings.
Used by more competitors in the world than any other Flared Gap shaped yo-yo, the Freehand features a ball-bearing axle, a Duncan Die for freehand-style tricks, and Friction Stickers for smooth play and perfect response. Designed exclusively for Duncan by National Yo-Yo Master Steve Brown. There are no strings attached as Duncan introduces you to a new extreme style of yo-yo play with the new Freehand. Using a perfectly balanced die, the Freehand is equipped with a counterweight system to allow you to break the rules of conventional yo-yoing and expose yourself to a new arsenal of tricks including numchuk, 360??, brainbender, and more. So dont be tied down, just let go! COLORS : Red, Blue, Green, or Purple
The perfect addition to the classic line, the modified shape, rim-weighted, take-apart ProYo yo-yo features a patented replaceable wooden axle sleeve and interchangeable graphic sidecaps. An absolute must-have.
Made from genuine Hard Rock Maple, the “jeweled” tournament is one of the most popular yo-yos in the world among serious collectors. The jewels are from the original Austrian crystal factory used by Duncan in the 1950s.::Original Duncan Jeweled Tournaments have sold for over $400 each. A full display box of them sold for $4,100! Duncan has re-introduced one of the most remembered yo-yos from the 1950s, at a price that everyone can afford.::This version comes in a special crystal display case.
Yo-Yo and Spin Top How-To-Be a Player videos are now available on one DVD. How To Be A Player Volume 1, “Yo-Yo Trick Video” features Duncan Professionals’ Steve Brown (inventor of Freehand yo-yo play) and Chris Neff (pioneer of Off-String yo-yo play). This video covers the classic tricks with a fresh, unique style guaranteed to turn absolute beginners into up-and-coming pros. Plenty of quick wit, out-takes, action sequences and slapstick humor keep the pace quick and fun. Bonus segments teaching Freehand, Off-String, Triple A, and other wild new styles never before demonstrated on video offers something for everyone. Also features footage from the 1979 Duncan Yo-Yolympics campaign, and music from bands like Less Than Jake and Jersey. “How To Be A Player” Volume 2 “Spin Top Trick Video” is the first ever instructional video dedicated to spin tops!! Also featuring Duncan Pros Steve Brown and Chris Neff, Volume 2 covers all the classic spin top tricks, as well as incredible new tricks never-before-seen on video, such as “Corkscrew”, “Mach 5″, and “Bermuda Triangle”. Featuring Duncan’s Rip-Cord and Bearing King spin tops, Volume 2 teaches how to spin tops and have fun doing it. Fast-paced action sequences, out-takes, crazy stunts, and incredible new tricks make this video not only an industry first, but an enjoyable and informative ride for the whole family! Also features music from Less Than Jake, as well as record label Fueled by Ramen.
Leap into the Hard Core Series with Duncan’s new ProFire brass transaxle yo-yo. Modified shape, with rim-weighted design, the ProFire features interchangeable graphics, and patented Brake Pad Technology for the smoothest play of any transaxle yo-yo. COLORS : Red
Designed for the hard-core thrower, the Duncan Speed Beetle is a traditional shaped ball-bearing yo-yo that excels at looping tricks. Designed for all skill levels to use and enjoy, the Speed Beetle also incorporates the popular Friction Sticker return system, which grants the player more control over the yo-yo as they play.
The Duncan Butterfly was first released in 1958. While the actual Butterfly design had been around since 1878, Duncan was the first company to actually manufacture these for mass consumption. The Butterfly yo-yo was eventually changed to plastic in 1968.::This 75th anniversary collector’s edition is crafted in wood and is a perfect replica of the original wood yoyo. Collect a little bit of history; it even comes with a reproduction of the original display card.
Since 1958, the Duncan Butterfly’s wide string gap has made it much easier to land the Yo-Yo back on the string. This model is best for learning string tricks like “Trapeze” and “Double or Nothing”. The Butterfly’s wider shape also makes it easier to perform “Shoot the Moon.” Axle Type: Fixed. Shape: Butterfly.
The Throwmonkey is a ball-bearing yo-yo designed for string tricks and freehand yo-yo play. It’s designed with input from the National Yo-Yo Master, Steve Brown, as well as freehand players from around the world. The Throwmonkey is the ultimate freehand yo-yo. It features a strong plastic body with overmolded rubber rims for greater durability, a ball-bearing axle for long spin times, Friction Stickers for smooth play and perfect response, and interchangeable graphic side caps. Comes with a bouncy-ball counterweight for standard and “bouncy-style” freehand tricks.