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Henrys Cobra Ice with Slider modular axle
Exhibit #3119
TypeProduction
ShapeConcave )-(
AxleTransaxle - Plastic
PackagingDisplay Boxed
ConstructionMulti-piece plastic
ResponseNone
Diameter66 mm
Width36 mm
GapAdjustable - Twist
Weight47 gm
ConditionMint
Date2001
OwnerRick Brough
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The Cobra Ice was fashioned after Henrys' more expensive aluminum-hubbed Viper. However, this version was much lighter because it used a black plastic hub. This model had the Slider plastic transaxle bearing pre-installed. The Slider was part of Henrys AXYS system--a modular system of four different axles that were completely interchangable. As with all Henrys yo-yos, the string gap was completely adjustable by slightly rotating the halves. Henrys called their string gap adjustment capability Quicktrick. The original release of Henrys Cobra Ice did not have a response system of any kind molded into the halves. The Ice version originally came out in 2001.

Collected December 28, 1999.

Original retail price: $20 US.
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