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TMBR Moxon Pattern Cap
Exhibit #2587
TypeSpecial Release
ShapeConcave )-(
AxleFixed
ConstructionThree piece wood
ResponseNone
Diameter57 mm
Width38 mm
GapFixed
Weight47 gm
ConditionMint
Date2016
OwnerRick Brough
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From the TMBR website:

"Pattern cap. Each half is made up of two dozen pieces of Cherry, Maple and Padauk*. This is easily the most ambitious pattern cap that TMBR has made to date. Moxon. A little smaller, a little lighter, with a shape to really take advantage of the reversible halves.

Each yoyo is packaged in the board from which it was cut. Also new, a new finish makes this one as nice to hold and look at as it is to throw. Uses a woodthread walnut axle, model 416.

To assembled the yo-yo you unscrew and remove all of the parts from its board. Thread outer caps into halves in orientation of your choice. Thread axle into one half and seat with fingertip pressure. Assemble yoyo halves held by fingers tips only (leave the palm grab out of it to prevent over tightening and binding of axle).

To take apart, you use a US ten cent piece to loosen caps if needed. Enjoy!

*each yoyo is made individually."

A walnut woodthread "plug", branded with "Play TMBR" on the side, is attached to the storage board.
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