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String Theory Singularity (mini)
Exhibit #2262
ShapeConcave )-(
PackagingDisplay Boxed
ConstructionMulti-piece aluminum
ResponseSilicon Ring
Diameter48 mm
Width37 mm
Weight67 gm
OwnerRick Brough

The undersized Singularity was the follow up to the popular Remnant model from String Theory. It used a size C Terrapin-branded ball bearing axle and accepted either flowable silicone for the response or String Theory brand response pads in thick or thin versions. Much of this yo-yo's weight is placed on the outer diameter and the string gap is large for such a small yo-yo. Well balanced and smooth.

As of April, 2016, the String Theory website was no longer online and their Facebook page had not been updated by String Theory personnel in more than three years. It is presumed that they are no longer in business.

Original retail price: $70 US.

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