New Rebellion Models Now Available! Qilin, Lilliputian, Dread, & Dread G!
The Qilin is one of the more competition oriented yo-yos in the Rebellion lineup, and if you think it has a familiar design, your right! It was modeled after the crowd favorite Yoyorecreation Sleipnir which many yo-yo players consider the quintessential competition level yo-yo!
The Qilin will give you that high end performance you’re looking for without making your wallet fear for it’s life. It has a nice soft v-shape profile that fits comfortably in the hand and moves quickly through the air. The weight distribution is set up to be relatively rim heavy with some center weight as well to give the Qilin an amazing stability and spin time without sacrificing any maneuverability.
Fitted with an officially licensed Dif-e-yo Konkave bearing and a beautiful grind friendly finish, the Qilin has everything you could ask for in a new yo-yo! And once you figure out how to pronounce it you can tell all your friends how great it is!
The Lilliputian is a really high performing yo-yo with a nice undersized shape. Undersized and high performance isn’t something you don’t always hear together when talking about yo-yos, but once you throw the Lilliputian we think you’ll agree!
With an organic profile and a smaller size, the Lilliputian fits comfortably in the hand and has excellent maneuverability, as expected form small yo-yos. What you don’t expect however, is the above average stability and spin time that this little yo-yo brings to the table! The rim heavy weight distribution gives it a really stable and solid feel on the string with a powerful spin.
The new Rebellion Lilliputian is everything you expect in a great undersized yo-yo and will fit perfectly in any collection!
DREAD & DREAD G:
These two new large and in charge iterations of the popular Dreadnought may look the same, but they are on complete opposite ends of the spectrum when it comes to play style.
The Dread is a fast fun floaty yo-yo that has the same powerful spin and oversized stability that made the original Dreadnought so popular. The large size paired with wide rim shape and medium weight gives it an amazing floaty feel in play without losing any spin time or stability you may need to get through long combos.
The Dread G is a completely different monster. This heavyweight version of the Dread weighs in at 80 grams. Some people may think this sounds too heavy, but once you throw it you won’t want to stop! It has one of the most powerful spins and a seriously solid feel on the string that you just can’t get with lighter or smaller yo-yos.
Whether you’re going for the Dread or the Dread G you’re in for a treat! Both of these new Rebellion models play exceptionally well and live up to the performance of their popular YYR namesake.I