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Tom Kuhn RDX prototype
Exhibit #3629
TypePrototype
ShapeH Shape
AxleBearing
PackagingNone
ConstructionComposite
ResponseCBC Slim Pad
Diameter56 mm
Width42 mm
GapFixed
Weight70 gm
Condition9
Number Produced10
Date2016
OwnerRick Brough
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The Tom Kuhn RDX prototype from around 2016. Made by CYYC (Chico Yo-Yo Company) out of Chico, California. Unfortunately, the yo-yo was never put into production because the makers could not get the yo-yo to balance properly. An interesting design that used an aluminum hub with response pads and ball bearing axle, all combined with a maple body. Logo appears to be laser printed on paper. Came with an extra set of paper logos with an alternate design on them. Ten prototypes were apparently made.
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