Manufacturer Tom Kuhn
Release date 2003
Shape Imperial
Color Walnut
Stain-over-Stain Black/Red
Weight 50.3 grams
Dimensions Diameter: 55mm
Material Maple wood with metal axle hubs and removable metal weight rings
Bearing size Size I Tom Kuhn
Response system Tom Kuhn Turbo Discs
The TK60 was a wooden yo-yo with a ball bearing axle released to commemorate Tom Kuhn's sixtieth birthday in 2003. Construction was similar to a Roller Woody, except with hollow sides and removable metal weight rings, and a fixed gap width, in addition to the metal hubs for its axle, all similar to the RD-1.

There are two more variations out there in low numbers. One was a mistake, in which the TK60 was made in the RD-1 shape. The other featured a stain-over-stain finish for a two-color effect with an underlying redness. Only a few of each were ever made.

The design for this special model was also used for the RD-2.

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