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HyperWarp Heavy Wing
YomegaHWHW2002
Manufacturer Yomega
Release date 2002
Shape Wing
Color White
Black
Yellow
Gray
Orange
Weight N/A
Dimensions Diameter: N/A
Width: N/A
Material Plastic with aluminum weight rings
Bearing size Size E Yomega Small
Response system Starburst
The HyperWarp Heavy Wing by Yomega is a weighted butterfly-shaped yo-yo released in 2002. It is a variant of the HyperWarp Wing, featuring metal rings in the rims for increased weight and longer spinning. It was eventually retired in 2009.

It was, at one point, used by U.S. National Yo-Yo Master Dazzling Dave Schulte to set a 224 trapeze regeneration record at the Midwest Regionals.














2011 version

HyperWarp Heavy Wing (2011)
YomegaHWHW2011
Manufacturer Yomega
Release date 2011
Shape Butterfly
Color Blue
Green
Clear Red
Weight 67.5 grams
Dimensions Diameter: 54mm
Width: 38.04mm
Material Plastic with aluminum weight rings
Bearing size Size J Yomega Large
Response system Yomega rubber response pads

In 2011, the HyperWarp Heavy Wing was given a redesign from the ground-up with modern components, such as a larger bearing and response pads, along with a traditional Butterfly body shape. It's still a plastic yo-yo with aluminum weight rings in the rims, not unlike the original version from 2002.

In 2012, it was used as the basis for the Ooch-Yo.











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2002 version

2011 version

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