Manufacturer Henrys
Release date 1999
Shape H-Profile
Color Various
Weight 50.3 grams
Dimensions Diameter: 60.8mm
Width: 34.7mm
String Gap Width: Adjustable
Material Plastic with rubber rims
Bearing size AXYS Slider axle
Response system Holes

The Lizard by Henrys is a low-price string trick yo-yo first released in 1999. It is plastic with an H-shaped body and rubber rings on the rims. Originally, it had the same axle system as the original Viper. Since the release of the Coral Snake, it uses the AXYS interchangeable axle system, and comes standard with the Slider axle, which features a transaxle sleeve, along with the Quicktrick gap adjustment mechanism. The body also comes with recessed hole response functioning similarly to reverse starbursts.


  • Although the Lizard was one of the first yo-yos to feature an H-shaped body profile, it was more of an aesthetic novelty at the time of its release. 
  • Despite many in the community believing that the Lizard was the very first to feature an H-profile, it is actually the second. The first yo-yo to feature an H-shaped profile, was the Duncan World-Class from the 1980s.


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