The Pop Art has been a smash hit, so we wondered - how can we make it better? Dye!
So Jeff Anderson worked his magic and created some beautiful colours. Unfortunately, something in the design of the Pop Art didn't like being heated, and the process introduced some vibe. Nothing critical, but you'll notice a bit it if you are playing unresponsive. Lesson learned, in future we'll test the dye on prototypes to make sure they can handle it!
The good news - you get a Limited Edition Dyed Pop Art for a discount!
Grab yourself a "Sorry Grade" Pop Art for a sweet price!
Comes with a custom dyed Rain Drop Counterweight.
The Pop Art by Rain City Skills and Doc Pop
This is a really interesting throw and we are very excited to get it into players hands. Doc Pop is a long time innovator in the yoyo community. He's released a series of yoyos that combine classic and modern design elements.
The Pop Art features a slimline design for responsive play, but with some interesting design elements.
1. Size A bearing - gives it that real classic feel with a smooth tug-response
2. Response - The extra-wide gamer pads to give the string more surface to grab
3. The gap - Slim catch zone with high walls, broken up by a pair of "Schmoove Grooves" combining for snappy, predictable response.
4. Cup - The hub is a wide, tapered aluminum insert that ends at a high Delrin wall. This allows for pull starts and other tricks that are fun with responsive 1a and 5a play
5. Light weight but well balanced for snappy stalls and regens.
The first release of the Pop Art will also include the new Rain Drop counterweight from Rain City Skills (Base Bead edition). Doc Pop get's really creative with a trick style called "Responsive Freehand", taking advantage of the responsive throw for some neat stall tricks that verge on Begleri play!
Weight - 52.6g
Diameter - 59.9mm
Width - 32.5mm
Material - Delrin