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Turning Point Shot Glass 5 ml (mini)
Exhibit #3867
ShapeConcave )-(
ColorStainless Steel 316
ConstructionMulti-piece metal
ResponseCBC Slim Pad
Diameter29.1 mm
Width36.1 mm
Weight63.4 gm
Number Produced10
OwnerRick Brough

From the Turning Point website:

"Unlike the ones normally used for yo-yo parts so that they can be used as shot glasses, they are safe to use as tableware and use expensive grade stainless steel.

The parts are cleaned and sterilized with alcohol, but it is recommended to sterilize when using as a shot glass."

You can measure up to 5 ml (about one teaspoon) of your favorite beverage.

Turning Point randomly installed either a center track bearing or a concave bearing on this model.

Released January 23, 2021. This unique, tiny yo-yo was available exclusively on the Turning Point website in Japan only.

An exceptionally well made and beautiful yo-yo. Manufactured out of food-grade stainless steel 316 so you can drink from it safely.

Turning Point made a slightly larger version of this yo-yo/beverage container: Shot Glass 20 ml.

Diameter: 29.1mm
Width 36.1mm
Weight: 63.4g
Material: Food-grade stainless steel 316

Original retail price: ¥13000 (about $124 US on February 8, 2021)

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