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Silicone Glow
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Manufacturer Peter Fish
Release date 1996
Shape Slimline (Professional)
Color Black (side caps come in different colors)
Weight N/A
Dimensions Diameter: 56mm
Width: 30mm
Material Plastic with internal flowable silicone filling
Bearing size Wooden axle sleeve
Response system N/A
The Silicone Glow (originally named the Pamela) by Peter Fish is a yo-yo released in the mid-1990s. It had glow-in-the-dark side caps that light up for 10-15 minutes in the dark after extensive exposure to light. It also features a flowable silicone filling within the yo-yo's body halves. The gimmick, was that the silicone would flow toward the rims while the yo-yo was spinning, due to centrifugal force, thus creating a self-balancing yo-yo. Its slimline shape, along with the wooden axle sleeve makes it great for looping.






Trivia

  • The Pamela's name came about during the heyday of American actress Pamela Anderson (famous for her silicone breast and hip implants) and the name might be a sort of tongue-in-cheek tribute. After the initial release, the name was changed to Silicone Glow.

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