The AeroSpin Yo-Yo has arrived, and it is definitely making yo-yos cool again. One summer back in the eighties, my older brother brought his yo-yo along everywhere, and I envied him this wonderful new toy. So, when my oldest son wished for a yo-yo, I did some bargain hunting and found a yo-yo for a dollar. Of course, it did not last long, and I learned my lesson. As soon as I tried the Aero-Spin Yo-Yo, I knew that it was in a different class.
Let me just start out with stating that I am not a yo-yo pro, but this is why the AeroSpin Book of Tricks came in very handy. Not that I was actually able to do any advanced tricks, because not even the cool AeroSpin yo-yo can drag out a yo-yo talent from me. However, my boys and the neighborhood kids have been taking turns trying out the AeroSpin yo-yo, and some of the kids are getting pretty good.
The AeroSpin Book of Tricks is much more than a pamphlet with tricks, because it is an instructions manual for how to use, fix and adjust the yo-yo as well. When we first tried out the AeroSpin, the kids had a hard time using it, so I turned to the accompanying booklet to see what could be wrong. After consulting with the instructions, I decided to twist the yo-yo clockwise for a tighter string gap. This small adjustment did wonders, and minutes later we had to enforce a strict taking-turn system, as all the kids in the neighborhood wanted to use the yo-yo.
The kids tried to beat each other in yo-yoing, and their imaginations were endless. One of the kids even tried doing yo-yo tricks while he was skateboarding. Although he wasn’t very successful in the yo-yo trick department, he sure got high marks for creativity.
The AeroSpin yo-yo is different because of the high quality, the ability to adjust plus the rubber edges, and the yo-yo trick book is very helpful.
I have seen many yo-yos fall apart in my time, but the AeroSpin Yo-Yo is not one of them. In fact, when my youngest son managed to create a tangle impossible to fix, I decided to attempt taking the AeroSpin Yo-Yo apart. Amazingly, it worked, because I was able to take it apart, fix the tangled string, restring the yo-yo, and put the AeroSpin Yo-Yo back together again. It now works just as new, and I am very impressed about my yo-yo save.
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