|Release date||Late 1990s|
|Color|| Red |
Tru-Chrome Silver (Silver Series)
|Dimensions|| Diameter: 57.74mm |
String Gap Width: 2mm (Adjustable)
|Bearing size|| Size E ABEC-3 |
Wooden axle sleeve
However, it is rather infamous for the longevity of the starbursts, which wear out too quickly from extensive usage due to the softness of ABS plastic used in the yo-yo's construction. But nowadays, this wouldn't be too much of a problem, considering the types of response pad options available on the market.
Asides from the original version, the Cherry Bomb was also released in A-Line colors, which also include a wooden axle sleeve, along with a Tru-Chrome version in the Silver Series. Among the regular red models are rare, short-packed black Cherry Bombs.
- Steve Brown had used a prototype Silver Series Cherry Bomb to win the 1999 Bay Area Classic. He had also used the yo-yo for his very first 5A freestyle.
- As a matter of fact, the Cherry Bomb was the very yo-yo with which the 5A style was created.
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