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Duncan Freehand Zero - YoYoNation
Exhibit #3686
TypeSpecial Release
ShapeConcave )-(
ColorTranslucent yellow
PackagingBubble Carded
ConstructionMulti-piece plastic
ResponseFriction Sticker
GapAdjustable - Spacers
ConditionMint in Package
OwnerRick Brough

A Duncan Freehand Zero custom made exclusively for the yoyonation.com website and store. This model was unique for several reasons:
• It was one of the first to be produced with a completely different plastic compared to the standard opaque Freehand Zeros.
• It came with three yellow color coordinated counterweights that matched the color of the yo-yo body and side caps.
• And finally, it used two different side cap designs. Side A cap featured the yoyonation.com Join the Nation logo; side B cap was imprinted with YoYoNation's popular star design. These special editions usually had a custom side A cap, while the side B cap used the standard Duncan Freehand logo.

One set of extra spacers was also included.

This model was originally offered for sale as part of a group of four yoyonation.com branded Freehand Zeros that sold for $110 US – a $10 discount from the original $120 US price. The group of four came in the following colors:
• Edge glow (seen in this exhibit)
• Enyo
• Glow in the dark, pink
• Ultra-sparkle teal

While the four models were supposed to be from 2007, the set was not released until mid 2008 due to delays by Duncan.

After a packaged Duncan Freehand Zero was opened you could easily swap bodies and side caps from other Freehand Zeros to create new variations. For that reason, these special editions are best collected in their original, unopened packaging.

Original retail price: $30 US
Other Views
Package front, large
Close-up of side A
Package back, large

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