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Eric Wolff Indian Rosewood Yo-Yo
Exhibit #1240
TypeSpecial Release
ShapeConcave )-(
AxleBearing
FinishClear Coat
ColorNatural Wood
PackagingBoxed
ConstructionThree piece wood
ResponseRecessed Sticker
GapAdjustable - Spacers
ConditionMint
OwnerEd Haponik
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This is a gorgeous yo-yo, handmade by master woodworker and yo-yo modder, Eric Wolff, from whom I received it as a gift.

The yo-yo uses Duncan sized spacers and ball-bearing (and also came with a Spintastics fixed axle) and sports a single recessed silicone sticker for response. It is slightly lighter, smaller, and more angular than most of Mr. Wolff's creations.
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