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Huatian ROTOR (mini)
Exhibit #3634
ColorBlack (polished)
ResponseCBC Slim Pad
Diameter50 mm
Width27 mm
Weight66 gm
OwnerRick Brough

China's Huatian ROTOR model in polished black is very similar in profile shape to YoYoFactory's former long-sleeper world record holder Buddha King II and C3YoYoDesign's super heavyweight BTH yo-yo (and current long sleeper world record holder as of 2021). This model uses plastic POM sidecaps and body halves made from aluminum. Philip Tian is the co-owner of the brand.

The yo-yo uses a standard 19 mm silicon pad for response and comes with two ball bearing axles: one size C center trac, pre-installed, and one half-spec size C with a shorter axle for original, responsive play. The latter bearing and axle came in a tiny "speciman" jar. When this yo-yo was first released, it also came with a Huatian-branded postcard and book.

From the Spingear website:
"A yo-yo for string tricks with a distinctive look.

This is a unique model that looks like the oversized volume knob of an audio amplifier.

Although it has the shape of a traditional yo-yo, it has a sharp specification of a bind-only model with C size bearings, and it is also interesting that you can perform unexpected techniques.

As well as the fun of appearance, it is an interesting yo-yo that can be used to tickle your desires.

The first sale will have book and postcard benefits."


From the Huatian website:
"HUATIAN / Hanada is a Chinese yo-yo brand that makes the parts we have created and the parts around yo-yo that we have tried and tried and are the easiest to do.

We will develop yoyo with packaging that distinguishes it from the existing yoyo brand. HUATIAN is a brand that re-started in 2018 with Philip Tian as director who studied industrial design in New York.

We have activities with the concept that we would like to propose ways of enjoying yo-yos that are different from traditional competition yo-yo scenes by mixing the essence that we have learned and made in China and the world's cutting-edge New York."

"A place with soul – HUATIAN | Hanada
"HUATIAN | Hanada" believes that the best YO-YO only exists in the heart of the one who loves it. Instead of doing everything we can to cater to the trend, let us indulge ourselves in this charming little world. "HUATIAN | Hanada" Has never expected the approval of the masses, but in case you find some happiness from it, then we wish "HUATIAN | Hanada" can be a small fantastic part of your great adventure.

One soulful region --HUATIAN | Hanada
"HUATIAN | Hanada" Confirmation Best YO-YO Existence U 每 Individual Heat This thing is a human heart. It's all about declining, and it's self-existing. One-point color in the middle of the adventure, the adventure of the adventure, the adventure of the adventure, the adventure of the adventure, and the adventure of the adventure.

Here is the soul-HUATIAN | Hanada
I think the most wonderful thing about "HUATIAN | Hanada" is that each person really enjoys and loves yo-yos. It's better to do what you like in this wonderful world than to work hard to fit around. I don't have a high desire to be accepted by everyone, but I hope that you will feel happy and enjoyable here, and that it will be a little color in your yo-yo life."


Original retail price: $69 US

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