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samuli

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Sleeper test evo5 evo3 and hyperspin diabolo
« on: October 03, 2015, 07:03:10 pm »
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aaro

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Re: Slleper test evo5 evo3 and hyperspin diabolo
« Reply #1 on: October 03, 2015, 07:09:58 pm »
Hyperspin for the win. Quite surprising to be honest.

samuli

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Re: Sleeper test evo5 evo3 and hyperspin diabolo
« Reply #2 on: October 04, 2015, 02:38:01 pm »
1st round
0,21- 1,50 sundia triple bearing ,  1min 29sec
0, 21 - 1,50 evo5 1min 29sec
0,21 - 2,03  hyperspin, 1min 42sec

2nd round
2,46 - 4,05 sundia triple bearing , 1min 19sec
2,46 - 4,17 evo5 1min 31sec
2,46 - 4,38  hyperspin, 1min 52sec

3rd round
5,06 - 6,24 evo5 1min 18sec
5,06 - 6,35 sundia triple bearing , 1min 29sec
5,06 - 7,07 hyperspin, 2min 1sec


sundia 3bearing: 89sec, 79sec, 89sec / average: 86sec
Sundia evo5: 89sec, evo5 91sec, 78sec / average: 86sec
Hyperspin: 102sec, 112sec, 121sec / average:112sec
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Re: Sleeper test evo5 evo3 and hyperspin diabolo
« Reply #3 on: October 07, 2015, 11:36:48 pm »
Science!
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samuli

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Re: Sleeper test evo5 evo3 and hyperspin diabolo
« Reply #4 on: October 08, 2015, 12:18:52 pm »
@Void

Well yeah, not too hard science but science anyway. I am surprised that this video hasn't really made any discussion, even we were really surprised about the results.

We are definitely trying this thing out with fixed axle diabolos as well. I am actually scared that these future tries will make as surprising results.
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Re: Sleeper test evo5 evo3 and hyperspin diabolo
« Reply #5 on: October 08, 2015, 03:12:32 pm »
Well yeah, not too hard science but science anyway. I am surprised that this video hasn't really made any discussion, even we were really surprised about the results.
I feel that nobody owns hypersin yet, but many have sundia sun, me myself. I guess many are thinking "this has to be bull****", instead of typing.
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Re: Sleeper test evo5 evo3 and hyperspin diabolo
« Reply #6 on: October 08, 2015, 05:53:37 pm »
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I guess many are thinking "this has to be bull****", instead of typing.

I guess I fall under that category. First off I dislike the methodology, it isn't exactly very scientific. Nonetheless, even if the bearings by hyperspin are better the duration of the spin isn't the only important thing. Although I do not do much vertax, galexis or integrals, I do think that the overall weight as well as weight distribution and build quality of the diabolo are also (if not even more) important, which is why I consider the EVO G2s to be flat out the best fixed axle diabolos out there.

That being said, if hyperspin are really just a great company then congrats on making such a good looking and spinning first diabolo, it's better than some companies have done over a couple of generations. I hope to test out these diabolos at the EJC in Holland (if anybody brings them that is)

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Re: Sleeper test evo5 evo3 and hyperspin diabolo
« Reply #7 on: October 08, 2015, 06:22:56 pm »
What can I say to the 'has to be bull's excrement' We have no relation to Hyperspin company and no need to fake this sort of things. I can say I was really surprised of the results. And as for the test method. I thought while we started that this won't tell us a thing, but I must say now I think differently. I am really eager to test fixed diabolos with sleeper test. I have a feeling that this test is better than we believe even that it doesn't include any fancy scientific gear or meth labs.

And just for the interest how would you do this kind of test?

What would us need to do to make you a Belieber?
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Re: Sleeper test evo5 evo3 and hyperspin diabolo
« Reply #8 on: October 08, 2015, 09:41:42 pm »
I tried hyperspin some months ago.are nice for 3dhigh For 1d are better than epic. (Luis reis have some)

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Re: Sleeper test evo5 evo3 and hyperspin diabolo
« Reply #9 on: October 08, 2015, 10:11:20 pm »
Just to clarify Samuli, I was just guessing why people may not answer, I did not accuse of a thing, and I like this test quite well. To be honest me personally I am not so concerned because I am a slow spinning diabolo player. And still, I am interested in the sleeper test with fixed axle :).

Concerning the hyperspin, I saw a video of a fella destroying the 2d category of a competition, if I properly recall, with yellow hyperspin bearings, I surely recall that properly, and... that even made me believe I am a teenager again. Epic also hit a sweet spot at "first shot" (I count no prototypes here).
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