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Yomega Brain
Exhibit #2315
ShapeH Shape
AxleTransaxle - Plastic
ColorTranslucent Red
PackagingBubble Carded
ConstructionMulti-piece plastic
Estimated Value$20
OwnerCody Orr

This is a special version Brain, with a translucent red body and a cityscape for the 2013 New York toy fair.

The Brain is the yo-yo that put Yomega on the map. With its centrifugal clutch system the Brain is a great beginner/trainer yo-yo as it will auto return to your hand if not thrown properly.

How the "Brain" works as described by Yomega:
"The Yomega Brain contains a centrifugal clutch that opens on the down swing, enabling the yo-yo to "sleep" or spin at the end of the string. When the yo-yo slows down, the clutch snaps shut causing the yo-yo to return automatically to the player's hand."

The clutch system can be disabled by removing the O-ring from the transaxle sleeve, allowing the Brain to sleep like a Fireball

One of the first versions of the Yomega Brain:
"Phantom" Brain
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