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SuperYo Renegade
Exhibit #808
ShapeConcave )-(
ColorBlue Marble
ConstructionMulti-piece plastic
Diameter2.25" Dia
GapAdjustable - Twist
Weight64 g
Estimated Value$15
ConditionMint in Package
OwnerDavid Hall

The Renegade was a popular player during the late 90's yo-yo craze. SuperYo used parts from their fixed axle Triple Play, and added a bearing axle. The result was a very competitive playing yo-yo. While the starburst response tended to wear off with play, it created a low response yo-yo. Owners experimented with adding response systems and many no response tricks were created.

The Renegade has been made in numerous colors, solids, clears, marbles, glows, glow marbles. The older versions used a hex shaped nut while the newer versions switched to a star shaped nut around 1999. A way to tell the older Gades from the newer ones. Pictured here is a marble blue produced in 2005.
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