HomeNewsExhibitsYo-YosMemorabiliaRelated Skill ToysArtProfiles & HistoryPatents & ResourcesMessage BoardAbout UssupportOneDropDuncanYoYoExpert


Enter
Sponsors and Curators
The Museum of Yo-Yo History is a labor of love, and we would not be able to stay up-to-date with exhibits without the support of our sponsors and curators. Big thanks go to One Drop Design and Duncan for supplying us with their latest models, YoYoExpert for their help and support, and to Cody Orr, TotalArtist and YoYoBrothers™ for allowing us to use their collections!

If you're a manufacturer, or just a big collector and you want to help support the Museum drop me at line at chimera@yoyomuseum.com
Bandai Hyper Yo-Yo HD-13
Exhibit #1841
TypeProduction
PackagingPoly Bagged with Card
Weight2 x 7.5g
ConditionMint in Package
Date1999
OwnerRick Brough
Compare

Two 7.5 gram weight rings for the Hyper Dragon series. Blue plastic with black metal rings (aluminum?).

Original retail price: $11 US.

See a PDF of the 2001 Infinite Illusions catalog (2.4 MB) listing the Hyper Dragon parts.

See the complete line of Hyper Dragon parts from 1999:
HD-01 - Weight rings, 5 grams (2.5 grams x 2)
HD-02 - Plastic wing body halves, 22 grams (11 grams x 2)
HD-03 - Ball bearing axle and two brass spacers
HD-04 - Non-slip nylon transaxle bearing
HD-05 - Nylon transaxle bearing with metal prop ring
HD-06 - Metal axle bar
HD-07 - Weight rings, 7 grams (3.5 grams x 2)
HD-08 - Plastic normal body halves, 26 grams (13 grams x 2)
HD-09 - Weight rings, 10 grams (5 grams x 2)
HD-10 - Plastic looping body halves, 28 grams (14 grams x 2)
HD-11 - Soft ring body halves, 30 grams (15 grams x 2)
HD-12 - Aluminum die-cast body halves, 48 grams (24 grams x 2)
HD-13 - Weight rings, 15 grams (7.5 grams x 2)
HD-14 - Plastic wing body halves, 34 grams (17 grams x 2)
HD-15 - Plastic off-string body halves, 36 grams (18 grams x 2)

See the complete line of Hyper Dragon yo-yos from 1999:
Hyper Dragon
Hyper Dragon Aqua
Hyper Dragon Fire
Hyper Dragon THP
Other Views
Back

compare
2005-2021 © David W. Hall & Grahame BaptieWright