Sengoku - Hattori
A super rare design, the bimetal Hattori is modeled after a shuriken (ninja throwing star).
Named for the famous sengoku-era ninja, Hattori Hanzo, the Hattori is a bimetal yo-yo you can actually look through as it spins! This kind of design, with actual holes cut in the sides of the yo-yo, is super rare AND quite difficult to pull off. But the negative space made by the holes isn't merely for show, it has a diabolical purpose to it! Cutting the pattern out of the side is even more effective at removing weight than slimming down the thickness of the sides. Combined with the stainless steel rims, Hattori exquisitely balances stability and power during play. You really do need to feel it for yourself!
Another cool visual effect is the "transparent metal yo-yo," as the spinning makes the ring where the pattern is appear to be see-through. A very rare design that resulted in a superb throw.
*because of the hub design, this yo-yo is not made for fingerspin/top-on style tricks.
*play with caution, long hair may get caught in the holes, resulting in a bad time.
>>sengokuyoyos presents : Kotoya TayamaｰHattori
|String Trick (1A, 3A, 5A)
|Trapeze Width (mm)
|String Center Bearing
|Size C (Large)
|Slim (OD 19mm)
|M4 x 10mm
|Pad/Sticker/O-Ring Change Required
|C3 Pro String (Fat) x100
|CLYW x iYoYo Pixel Bearing
|REWIND Japan Pad
|YYF DARK MATTER Lubricant