Fancy something of the undersized? Well then you should really check out the MagicYoYo N8. MagicYoyo are famous for their range of almost undersized metal yo-yos, and the N8 is by far the smallest yoyo that fits right into the size category of standard undersized yoyo. Do not judge this little yoyo from its cover as it performs extremely well for its size.
Weight (g): 66.20
Width (mm): 40.50
Diameter (mm): 47.00
Gap Width (mm): 4.72
Shape: Flat Rim
I have here the gold N8. Held it on my hand and this undersized yoyo does feel really solid with a nice weight. Its almost like a step straight in shape but the special thing about this yoyo is that it has a thick straight cut rim that falls it into a flat rim profiled yoyo. The silver lining on the sides of the wings are not plated rings, but just a design. It has got thick borders and a slightly deep centre which makes it a great for thumb mounts and grinding.
*solid looking undersize yoyo*
*comes with standard concave 8-ball bearing*
In one throw, this yoyo feels pretty stable for a yoyo of its size. The flat rim profile stabilizes the throw and the weight of 66.20g (somewhere around 65g) is great for speed tricks. Gave it a horizontal play and its amazing how the flat rim stabilizes the play, it gives a really solid smooth play. Plus, it has got a wide catching gap that is both great for landing tricks and keeping the yoyo aligned. The straight cut gap in the center of the yoyo width’s up nicely for ur throw finger to rest on it.
*size comparison with hand*
Just like getting use to wide yo-yos, it does need some getting used to for undersized horizontal play. But once you get the hang of it, you’ll appreciate this little magicyoyo.
Comes with 5 different fun colors. Red, Blue, Pink, Purple and Gold.
A really stable undersized yoyo, good for thumb mount tricks and plays a really stable horizontally. Wide catch shape on an undersized yoyo.
Slightly too small, but its not much of a con if judged under the undersized category. Will need to wash or lube the bearing before use mainly because the default magicyoyo bearing doesn’t comes with bearing shields.
Its a good solid undersize yoyo that just doesn’t weight too much and plays surprisingly smooth and stable. I’ll say its an undersized competitive based yoyo.