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Tom Kuhn Roller Woody
Exhibit #3734
ShapeStandard (-)
ColorBlack with Silver Stripe
ConstructionThree piece wood
ResponseTurbo Disk
Diameter2.25 in
GapAdjustable - Spacers
ConditionMint in Package
OwnerDavid Hall

The Sleep Machine, and Roller Woody, were the first wooden bearing models from Tom Kuhn. The Sleep Machine was the most popular because of its concave shape. Bearing axle and adjustable gap, but the yo-yo had to be disassembled to adjust the gap set screws. Notice that in the response view, that Tom Kuhn even put "inside" logos on these, or rather inside instructions on how to adjust the string gap width.

Pictured here is one early Roller Woodys, from the early to mid 1990's. High gloss painted job with faded stripe. Beautiful.
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