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Bandai Yomega Stealth Fire (mini)
Exhibit #1914
PackagingPoly Bagged
ConstructionMulti-piece plastic
ConditionMint in Package
OwnerRick Brough

A clear plastic Yomega Stealth Fire in keychain size sold inside a plastic capsule. There were four keychain yo-yos that you could collect in three color variations. They included the following:

• Yomega Stealth Raider
• Yomega Hyper Raider
• Yomega Stealth Fire
• Yomega Hyper Brain

These excruciatingly cute Yomega's are miniatures of their full size siblings but without the actual hardware. Each version came with a short, ball chain attached to plastic calipers that went around the axle. It does not appear that they came with any specialized string to actually use the yo-yo. However, the enclosed instructions may explain how to string them.

Note the small advertising insert for the Bandai Hyper Yo-Yo Jelly Drink for Spinners! A variation of the black Hyper Yo-Yo hat seen next to the drink is also found in this museum.

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Keychain ad - front
Hyper Yo-Yo Jelly drink ad - front
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