Well, Duncan still calls it the Metal Zero, we’ve added the 2, because this is clearly an upgraded yo-yo, possibly even a new yo-yo all together. Duncan’s long awaited upgrade to the Metal Zero is here. They’ve made it more stable, smoother and all around more stable. It still has flush mounted friction stickers, and is available in three colors.
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.