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Duncan FreeHand Zero - ExtremeSpin, v. 2
Exhibit #4376
TypeSpecial Release
ShapeConcave )-(
PackagingBubble Carded
ConstructionMulti-piece plastic
ResponseFriction Sticker
GapAdjustable - Spacers
OwnerRick Brough

From extremespin.com
"After the amazing response to the first version [of the Freehand Zero - ExtremeSpin], we made a second version! This time one sidecap has our ExtremeSpin spikes logo in silver on a black sidecap; the opposite side has the standard FH Zero logo in silver imprint on black sidecap."

About ExtremeSpin
ExtremeSpin.com was a skill toys website whose address was based in Joliet, Illinois, USA. Besides selling mainly yo-yos, spin tops, diabolos, and juggling equipment, they also hosted the ExtremeSpin forum, ExtremeSpin blog, Team ExtremeSpin, and a variety of training videos around these skill toys. The site started in late 2000 and went offline/out of business May 2007.

Released November 2006.

Original retail price: $25 US.

Of interest...
The edition seen in this exhibit was version 2. See the Duncan Freehand Zero - ExtremeSpin, version 1 exhibit.
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