Modify your fixed-tip Short Circuit to take a plastic ball-bearing tip or upgrade your Elec-Trick to take metal tips.
Note: Metal tips are not compatible with the Short Circuit spintop.
• 2 plastic tips
• 2 metal tips
• Colored spacers
• Nuts, screws and bolts
This kit can be used to repair your broken spintop, or upgrade your existing spintop for more advanced tricks.
Not available at this time, so check out my collection below!
Dave Schulte first picked up a yo-yo as a stressed out college student in 1993, and has never really put it down since!
He started his first career as a Technology Education teacher, but his drive to learn more about yo-yos, and to teach others, has lead him to a career as a Yo-Yo Professional!
Dave travels the world teaching and entertaining with his yo-yos and spintops. If you are interested in the basic physics behind spinning things, the skill involved to learn them, or just want entertainment, contact Dave today!
"Dave was simply outstanding! From his expertise with yo-yos to his ability to relate to children, Dave provided a first rate experience. I would highly recommend this program." Michelle Steward, Principal. Munster, IN
"Dave's show brought about good communication and interaction between the students. It is very rewarding to see the children working together to learn a new skill." Mike Kochendofer, School Social Worker. Portage, IN
"Dazzling Dave's show was fantastic. The kids were amazed, and the teachers were thrilled with the science program. His flexibility made our school fun day a huge success." DeAnn Robertson, PTO. Duluth, MN
"Watching Dazzling Dave and his yo-yos is like watching a happy little tornado. When he is done, your hair is mussy, and you want to leave it that way for a while!" Lori Buffington, Fan. Blaine, MN