Yomega is back and here to stay when it comes to competitive yo-yo play. The Glide is Yomega's first yo-yo in the Elite Metal line. With the Glide, Yomega has proved that not only do we make some of the best yo-yos to learn on but we are ready to take back the world of true high performance yo-yos. It's time to get back to your roots and check out the new Yomega Glide.
The Glide has incredible splash patterns and one of a kind prints and engravings that are sure to make your friends jealous. It not only provides unusual color styling, but a unique design that took a year of testing and re-engineering to make this perfect entry level competitor. The weight is centralized then thrown outwards towards the rims to create a balance between casual and competitive throwing. Comes stock with an official Dif-E-Yo KonKave bearing for dead smooth and completely unresponsive play. Take the time to check out the Glide by Yomega and see what is missing in your life! If that's not enough watch Daniel Dietz with his collection of Glides in this exciting video. The Glide is Daniel's weapon of choice for the 2013 contest season.
With Yomega's new line of Yo-Mods players can build their yo-yos to play just the way they want. Each Yo-Mod yo-yo includes interchangeable spacers, pads, and varying weight shells. The G-R (green) is light and responsive, the BX2 (blue) is mid-weight and less responsive, and the Pro Speed (black) is the heaviest and non-responsive. You can mix and match all three Yo-Mods to customize play and performance. Watch as Daniel Dietz puts each of the Yomega Yo-Mods to the test.
The Spectrum is the newest yo-yo from Yomega. It features LED lights that make for explosive colors and instant entertainment with just one throw of the yo-yo! Part of Yomega's Player level yo-yo line, the Spectrum features a transaxle and a starburst response system, which allows any level of player to use. As Daniel Dietz demonstrates, the Spectrum is a colorful yo-yo that can brighten anyone's day!
The Glide, the all new elite yo-yo by Yomega.
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