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Duncan FreeHand Zero - Trilogy
Exhibit #4372
TypeSpecial Release
ShapeConcave )-(
PackagingBubble Carded
ConstructionMulti-piece plastic
ResponseFriction Sticker
GapAdjustable - Spacers
OwnerRick Brough

The Duncan Freehand Zero - Trilogy edition was a collaboration model between three yo-yo web stores that existed in 2007:
• Bird-in-Hand - Home of the National Yo-Yo Museum in the back of a store in Chico, California. For many years, they also hosted the U.S. National Yo-Yo Contest. Still in business.
• Spin Gear - At the time that this yo-yo was released, this Japan-based store was celebrating their 10th anniversary. Still in business.
• YoYoGuy.com - Also known as Infinite Illusions, the store was celebrating their 20th anniversary at the time. They also hosted the World Yo-Yo Contest for many years. Out of business.

From the spingear.jp website:
"It is a collaboration model by three shops. It is a groundbreaking project in which each shop transcends the boundaries and takes pride in each other's long-term activities in the yo-yo world, and puts the logos of the three companies on one cap. All three colors use special materials from GE. Both sides are custom logos.

Supplementary explanation about the three colors:
• Black glitter - Lame on the body of the black base. The real thing looks more lame than the picture.
• Pearl glitter - This is the pearl glitter color that was in the limited edition of the Duncan DragonFly
• Purple glitter - [Seen in this exhibit] It is basically purple with a shade like the maggiora color, the color looks different depending on the viewing angle, but you can also see the gold part."

The yo-yo was a bit of an odd release because it was never given an official name. I thought the white kanji character imprinted on the side cap would give a clue as to its name. But, it is simply the character for 0 (zero) in Japanese.

Diameter: 56mm
Width: 38mm
Weight: 65.5gm
Response: Duncan Friction Stickers
Bearing: Size A

Original retail price: $35 US.
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Package front, large
Close-up of face
Package back, large

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