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Bandai Meteor Bahamut
Exhibit #2200
TypeProduction
ShapeConcave )-(
AxleBearing
PackagingBubble Carded
ConstructionComposite
ResponseSilicon Ring
Diameter57 mm
Width36 mm
GapFixed
Weight73 gm
ConditionMint in Package
Date2012
OwnerRick Brough
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Bandai's HyperCluster MOB-S3-HMW Meteor Bahamut yo-yo released November 23, 2012.

This yo-yo includes blue metallic metal weight rings on the outside of each black body halve bringing the entire yo-yo's weight to nearly 73 grams. The yo-yo uses a size A bearing. The response system uses pads instead of a starburst system. If you configure this yo-yo using the core from the HyperCluster SpeedFalcon yo-yo, you can convert it to a "bind" yo-yo.

The HyperCluster series took the ease of yo-yo customization to a whole new level. The back of the package shows you other configurations you could build using compatible core parts and bearings from other HyperCluster-series yo-yos.

Like all the yo-yos in this line, you could use this yo-yo to earn your Hyper Yo-Yo certification from an authorized Bandai Yo-Yo dealer.

Came with the two plastic/metal body halves, core with pads and axle, bearing system, string, user guide, customization guide, and trick guide.
See "Other Views" in the SlashDragon exhibit to see examples of the three guides.

Original retail price: $40 US.
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