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Tom Kuhn SB-2 - Bamboo
Exhibit #3985
TypePrototype
ShapeModified
AxleBearing
FinishAnodized
ColorCopper/Orange/Black
PackagingDisplay Boxed
ConstructionMulti-piece aluminum
ResponseTurbo Disk
Diameter57 mm
Width26 mm
Weight48 gm
Condition9
Number Produced3
Date2013
OwnerRick Brough
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A Tom Kuhn SB-2 prototype known as Bamboo. Unusual coloring of copper, orange, and black. Made in 2013, the yo-yo's colorway was a prototype 1 of 3 test run that was never put into production. The yo-yo came in a display box with the Tom Kuhn The Art of Play booklet, certificate paper, carrying case, two weight rings, gap adjustment tool, Dr. Yo's linen Turbo Discs, and extra cotton string. Uses a size I ball bearing axle.

Of interest...
Read more about the first release of the Tom Kuhn Silver Bullet 2 in 1990!
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