Author Topic: Phoenix Diabolo: New Diabolo from Duncan Yo-yos  (Read 39725 times)

Will G

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Re: Phoenix Diabolo: New Diabolo from Duncan Yo-yos
« Reply #160 on: April 23, 2009, 07:15:00 pm »
I think that they're ok diabolos, if you want a bearing diabolo I would buy a fly though. I say this because the bearings in them are not all that good. They work very well as a fixed axle but wobble a little. All in all they are good.

Hathaway

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Re: Phoenix Diabolo: New Diabolo from Duncan Yo-yos
« Reply #161 on: April 24, 2009, 09:56:32 am »
Clearly I was assuming ownership of the axle already... You don't need tools to take apart a fly.
Alex abuses flys!

jordak

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Re: Phoenix Diabolo: New Diabolo from Duncan Yo-yos
« Reply #162 on: October 20, 2009, 12:44:15 am »
(sorry for the necro)

I want to get one of these before my roomate's wedding in April. (My Sundia Sun was stolen about a year ago). The chief factor in selecting this is the price; the bearing/fixed axle is a bonus for me.

Given some of the things other people have said (axle switching, knobs in the cups) I was wondering if I can expect an updated Phoenix to come out in time for my roomate's wedding.

Any more rumors/news from Kyo?


All of my concerns about the current model were put to rest in an im chat with kyo. I plan on buying the Phoenix sometime in the next few months.
Diabolo may be very technical - but don't overlook the artistic side ;-)