Like its predecessor, the Eetsit has a machined aluminium body with a low-friction Slip Matte finish, but this time, it also has a large Dif-e-Yo KonKave bearing and an IRG lip. Unlike the Fluchs, which used Dif Pads, the Eetsit comes stock with recessed Baz Pads, which are made of plasti-dip.
Like the earlier Fluchs, the Eetsit had some issues. The string gap on the yo-yo was just a little too wide, causing the string to occasionally slip in between the bearing and the side of the yo-yo. This design flaw could be remedied by replacing the stock Baz Pads with thick Dif Pads. Some players had instead opted to sand down the bearing seat of their Eetsit yo-yos in order to correct this problem. The Bapezilla was later released as a follow up to the Eetsit, fixing the problematic string gap.
- Yes, Absolutely The End - Limited production custom yo-yo developed by Phil Cox and Doctor Popular, based on the Eetsit, featuring Schmoove Rings.
- Anti-Yo Bapezilla - The Eetsit's successor model.
- The Eetsit's name is derived from the mispronunciation of a classic San Francisco Bay ice cream treat called the It's-It , an oatmeal cookie ice cream sandwich dipped in chocolate that has been a staple since 1928. The vanilla ice cream and chocolate covering of the It's-It is where the Eetsit yo-yo had gotten its color scheme from.
- The Eetsit was also the first Anti-Yo yo-yo to feature the Anti-Heart symbol. This was due to the yo-yo having been released on Valentine's Day.