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Super Yo-Yo (超速YoYo or 超速搖搖) was a line of yo-yos released in China and South East Asia in the 2000's, during the height of popularity of the anime Super Yo-Yo in those countries.

The rights to use the Super Yo-yo franchise in these yo-yos were licensed by Muse Communications (Hong Kong), Ltd.

The yo-yos were distributed in Hong Kong around 2002 by Daniel & Co. and later by Gain Power Ltd., in Philippines around 2003 by Smarty Toys Corporation, in Singapore in 2009 by Megcorp and later by Passion Marketing Pte. Ltd., and in Malaysia in 2010 by RB Zicon Sdn. Bhd..

It is speculated that most, if not all of the yo-yos in this line were made by ToyTech International Co. Ltd (Hong Kong), whose factory was in Baoan, China. It is also possible that the factory in China that produced yo-yos for this line also manufactured yo-yos for Yomega.

Typical features of yo-yos in this toyline include having a picture of one of the characters in Super Yo-Yo on one side of the Yo-Yo, and the name of the yo-yo on the other side. Most of the yo-yos are clones of Yomega yo-yos, or uses parts that are compatible with Yomega yo-yos, while some yo-yos are rebrands of YoTech yo-yos, which led to the speculation that ToyTech was responsible for manufacturing the yo-yos in this line.

Each yo-yo is assigned a certain level depending on its performance. The yo-yos are also named after existing yo-yos from the Bandai's Hyper Yo-Yo line to match those that were used in the anime, however the names do not match the performance of their namesake yo-yos. The range of yo-yos that were in shelves has varied from time to time (depending on what episode of the anime was aired), and also from country to country.

Workshop events were held in countries where these yo-yos were sold, where people can watch and learn how to do tricks from yo-yo masters and also have their own yo-yo skills tested and graded when an Official Grading Card is presented. Only Super Yo-Yo-branded yo-yos can be used in these events.

Yo-Yos Produced[]

WAVE 1[]

Elementary (Slimline Shape, Fixed steel axle)[]

  • Super Yo-Yo

Junior (Firestorm V3 Body, Wooden Axle)[]

Intermediate (X-Brain Body, Nylon Transaxle)[]

  • Fire Star
  • Super Raider
  • Super Mirage

Advanced (Rounded Wing Shape, 4-clutch Auto Return)[]

  • Super Wasp
  • Super Brain

Super Advanced (Rounded Modified Shape, Floating-clutch Auto Return, Light Up)[]

Professional (Flat Modified Shape, Size K Ball Bearing)[]

Professional Limited Edition (Flat Modified Shape, Size K Ball Bearing)[]

Professional Limited Edition (Flat Wing Shape, Size K Ball Bearing)[]

Supreme (Rounded Bulged Shape, Roller Bearing, Adjustable gap)[]

Supreme Limited Edition (Flat Wing Shape with Attachable Rim Weights, Size E Ball Bearing and Wooden Axle Sleeve Options)[]

  • Supreme Aqua Dragon

Super Supreme (Rounded Modified Shape with Weights, Bandai Hyper Dragon Graphics, Size E Ball Bearing)[]

  • Fire Dragon Supreme

Super Supreme (Rounded Butterfly Shape with Weights, Bandai Hyper Dragon Graphics, Size E Ball Bearing)[]

WAVE 2[]

Intro (Budget Flat Modified Shape, Plastic Transaxle) (SEA EXCLUSIVE)[]

Elementary (Smaller Rounded Modified Shape) (HONGKONG EXCLUSIVE)[]

  • Super Russell

Elementary (Budget Rounded Wing Shape, 2 clutch Auto-return) (SEA EXCLUSIVE)[]

Junior (Budget Rounded Modified Shape, 2 clutch Auto-return) (SEA EXCLUSIVE)[]

Intermediate (X-Brain Body, Wooden Axle)[]

Advanced (Rounded Modified Shape, Nylon Transaxle)[]

Advanced (Rounded Wing Shape, Nylon Transaxle)[]

Super Advanced (Rounded Modified Shape, Switchable Auto Return, Light Up)[]

Professional Limited Edition (Flat Modified Shape, Size A Ball Bearing)[]

Professional Limited Edition (Flat Wing Shape, Size A Ball Bearing)[]

Supreme (Rounded Bulged Shape, Roller Bearing, Adjustable gap)[]

WAVE 3 (SINGAPORE EXCLUSIVE)[]

Super Advance (Rounded Modified Shape, Floating-clutch Auto Return, Light Up)[]

WAVE 3 (HONG KONG EXCLUSIVE)[]

Note about Super Yo-Yo names[]

As mentioned above, the yo-yos in the Super Yo-Yo line are named after existing yo-yos from the Bandai's Hyper Yo-Yo line used in the anime, which were not normally sold in those countries. Instead, the yo-yos in the Super Yo-Yo line were advertised as used by the characters in the anime.

For example, the Ultra Russell was advertised as used by Shunichi Domoto, Seito Hojoin, Rian Yumemiya, and Nakamura Meijin. However, in the anime, they used the Super and Professional yo-yos of the Hyper Russell line of yo-yos.

The Super Brain was advertised as used by Benkei Musashimaru; However, he actually used a Yomega Hyper Brain in the anime.

The Super Wasp was advertised as used by Wappa Tsuyoshi; However, he actually used a Proyo Hyper Loop in the anime, and the Proyo Hyper Wasp was also featured.

The Golden Fire was advertised as used by Chuta Kogure; However, he actually used a Yomega Hyper Impulse and Hyper RB II in the anime.

The Fire Star was advertised as used by Shunichi Domoto; However, he actually used a Yomega Fireball in the anime.

The Stealth Raider was advertised as used by Seito Hojoin; However, he actually used a different yoyo of the same name.

The Super Dragon Ball was advertised as used by Shunichi Domoto; However, he actually used a Bandai Hyper Dragon in the anime, which was modified to become the Bandai Hyper Dragon Fire.

The Super Aqua Dragon was advertised as used by Seito Hojoin; However, he actually used a Bandai Hyper Dragon Aqua in the anime.

The Super Fire Dragon was advertised as used by Nakamura Meijin; However, he actually used a Bandai Hyper Dragon in the anime.

Website[]

https://web.archive.org/web/20090708020844/http://superyoyo.com.sg/

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