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Yomega Galaxy Glo (glow)
Exhibit #3920
ConstructionMulti-piece plastic
Diameter58 mm
Width28 mm
Weight36 gm
ConditionMint in Package
OwnerRick Brough

An original, first release of the Yomega Galaxy Glo from 1994 with rare lavendar ink imprint, in A-Frame packaging. The lavendar ink was standard on this model, but Yomega never used it again on any other yo-yo model.

At the time, the Galaxy Glo combined Yomega's competition roller bearing system (size E ball bearing axle) with a scooped-out design to make it the lightweight choice of professional yo-yo players around the world. It was recommended for intermediate and advanced level players.

This model is uncommon and quite hard to find now. It is highly desired by collectors because it is a first edition Yomega model and forerunner to what later became the Yomega RBII, style 1 and RBII, style 2.

Original retail price: $13 US.
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