Dec 03, 2014
So, I'm pretty good at yo-yoing. Honestly, in a man of advancing years, it's downright alarming to some people. Parents at the bus stop or shoppers at Target will ask me (to my wife's chagrin) how I ever became so adept, particularly at such a STRANGE thing to be adept at... It's kind of a backhanded complement, I guess, but I'll take it. My answer is pretty simple, and generally seems
Nov 21, 2014
Just a continuation of a thought initially expressed on our Instagram...
When this photo was taken, there were no ball-bearing yoyo's. No aluminum yoyo's or recessed silicone response. No whips, no rejections, no suicides. (Slack technically existed, but was to be avoided at all costs.) No poly, nylon, or kevlar string. No YouTube tutorials or #trickcircle. No forums, no Yoyonews.com, no
Nov 09, 2014
Greetings From EdHello, internet! (Actually, I've been on you for awhile now, but not in this specific capacity.) As you may have read elsewhere - or on the post directly preceding this one - I HAVE OFFICIALLY JOINED FORCES WITH TOM KUHN CUSTOM YO-YO'S. As evidenced by my reckless use of caps, I'm pretty amped up about this. I'll be using this blog to highlight certain products from time
Nov 01, 2014
Ed Haponik Joins Our TeamIt is with great pleasure and excitement that we announce the addition of a new member to the Tom Kuhn YoYos family! Ed Haponik brings a wealth of knowledge of modern yoyoing to the team and will serve as an on-staff yoyo expert and public relations/social media advisor. A "players' player", Ed has been one of the key voices in the development of modern fixed-axle
Sep 18, 2014
TOM KUHN SILVER BULLET SERIES CONTINUES . . . AND A JOURNEY OF PASSIONOver thirty years after the world’s first take-a-part modular yo-yo was introduced by Dr. Tom Kuhn, the San Francisco dentist and team are at it again. The quest for perfection takes us on many journeys, exploring the world for inspiration. It has continued with our insistence on using American craftsmen to produce the
Aug 18, 2014
A Message from Tom
Since the first wooden yo-yo that I turned in 1976, a yo-yo has been my constant talisman.
What is the mystique? A fine yo-yo feels good in the hand. It is fun to spin and to watch. It goes up & down and all around and then returns to your hand.
Kids, old folks, cats like 'em. What could be better