Triple Play
Manufacturer SuperYo
Release date 1990s
Shape Adjustable (Imperial, Butterfly, or Pagoda)
Color Clear
Weight N/A
Dimensions Diameter 56mm
Width: N/A
Material Plastic
Bearing size Fixed axle
Response system Recessed starbursts
The Triple Play is a fixed axle plastic yo-yo released by SuperYo in the 1990s. It was the first yo-yo by SuperYo to have the distinctive adjustable shape that would come to be inherited by the popular Renegade. It can be changed from a looping yo-yo to a string trick yo-yo, or to a yo-yo with a novelty pagoda shape, similar to the Tom Kuhn No Jive 3-in-1.

It has recessed starbursts on both sides of each body half. This ensures that there would always be a response system in any of the three shape configurations. Similar to the Renegade, the Triple Play originally had a hex nut axle, which was changed to a star nut in the later version of the yo-yo.

In the past, Triple Play yo-yos were modified to perform similarly to the Renegade, and were also painted for looks. Also released was the Spin Boss, which came in a multitude of solid colors.


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