Top 29+ Best Yoyo Brands in the World

A yoyo is a playing object that is cool to play with. Playing yoyo improves fine motor skills, relieves mental stress, and develops acute spatial attention. With so many yoyo brands in the world, it is not easy to choose one. Here is a list of top yoyo brands in the globe.

Yoyo Brands in the World

Yoyo Factory 

Country: United States of America 

Originated by USA based Worldwide Yo-Yo superstar YoHans in 2003, presently, YoYoFactory® manufactures and designs the globe’s finest performing yoyos for the National and World Champions, World Record holders, and Yo-Yos for professional players. It also manufactures the finest Yo-Yos for children. 


Country: United States of America 

Situated in Middlefield, Ohio, this American toy factory is largely notable for its chain of yo-yos. The firm was formed by Donald F. Duncan Sr. in 1929. The yo-yos are popularized by Duncan through competitions that dissipate throughout the nation. The company became a unit of Flambeau in 1968. 

One Drop

Country: United States of America 

They build and design the globe’s best yo-yos in their factory in Eugene, Oregon, USA. They are privately attached to every step of creating yo-yos and are ever-improving their processes, skills, and knowledge. 

Caribou Lodge

Country: Canada

This Canadian return leading factory was acquired by Chris Mikulin. Paul Wallace and Chris Mikulin initially originated this brand. The Peak was the first yo-yo of this company. It was a combined innovation of Chris and Paul. 


Country: United States of America 

YoYoJam was a prominent factory of yo-yo in America that was operated by its owner and founder Dale Bell. The corporation had a team of performers called “Team YoYoJam” with several yo-yoers promoted by YoYoJam, such as Ben Conde, Rei Iwakura, U.S. National Master André Boulay, etc. 


Country: Canada

Situated in Calgary, AB, Canada, this factory of high-end return tops, was operated and owned by Steve Buffel. They officially shut down stores in 2013. They returned with the production of a new titanium return top, the TYY-01 in 2015. They had also specialized with Save Deth creations to build the Save Deth Trainwreck 2 and the Save Deth Trainwreck.

Turning Point

Country: Japan

Owned by Wo Kentaro Kimura, this firm is credible for creating the “K-Pad” response which is presently the business exemplar. This Yoyo manufacturer was begun in 2008 in Japan.


Country: Australia 

Werrd delivers yo-yos to several different nations including Hungary, New Zealand, Malaysia, China, South Africa, France, Canada, Russia, the UK, Germany, Japan, and the USA. Werrd was launched by Stu, AKA Yoboyiam. 


Country: China

This Chinese yo-yo factory was begun as a department of Int Group – TND Toys in 2004. Their stated goal is to launch several outstanding commodities at a competitive rate point. Newly they have been operating on creating a team of performers for contests. 


Country: Italy

This Italian yo-yo factory is operated and owned by Carlo Menon that manufactures an expanse of extremely high-end metal yo-yos. Their range is considered as some of the finest performing yo-yos ever manufactured.


Country: United States of America 

This factory of high-end yo-yos is mainly involved in the manufacturing commodities that stand out as unique and different. They were begun in California in 2008 and later shifted to Central Oregon. Rick Kroytz acquires and operates this brand. Their future agendas are to proceed to develop their chain of amusing, playable, and unique yo-yos.

General Yo

Country: United States of America 

This brand is well-known for the top yo-yos produced. The brand focuses on the production of steady and top quality yo-yos. 


Country: Switzerland 

Christopher Kayatz originated in this non-profit yo-yo factory in 1997. Founded out of Switzerland, it was well reputed for its high-end metal, high-performance, and collectible yo-yos. A leader in metal yo-yo design, they made their impression on the market of the contemporary high-end yo-yo.  


Country: Italy

Situated in Italy, this manufacturer generates high-end aluminum yo-yos. Their early commodities, the Roo-Yo SV and the Roo-Yo were launched in 2005. They are also referred for the S.I.D.R.O.M.S. response system.


Country: United States of America 

It is the corporation username and title utilized by Kyle Weems, a yo-yo machinist, manufacturer, and modder. They design amazing yo-yos.


Country: South Korea

Based in South Korean this yo-yo factory works in high-end metal yo-yos. Their first yoyo was the Xcalibur. It shows a steady anodized aluminum body.


Country: Brazil

Situated in Brazil, this yoyo factory was launched in 1998-1999. Notable for an assortment of merchandise including yo-yos, yo-yo DVDs, and Brazillian (100% polyester) yo-yo strings manufactured by Mario Troise. Besides producing, they also operate a yo-yo shop carrying stocks from a number of factories, including YoYoJam and Duncan.


Country: South Korea

This South Korean yo-yo factory originally started manufacturing yo-yos in 1987. Their yo-yos are traded globally with some models available in U.S. online dealers. Outside of America, some of their yo-yos are retailed with a counterweight.


Country: United States of America 

This yo-yo shop is situated in the USA. YoYoNation was previously the most prominent yo-yo outlet on the web. It was formed in 2005 in Manhattan, New York. 


Country: United States of America 

This small factory of high-end metal yo-yos was opened in 2005. Alex Kim operates and owns this brand. Starting small, the brand reached heights easily. 

Something by YoYoAddict 

Country: Japan

Situated in Japan, this high-end yo-yo factory is acquired and managed by former members of Team YoYoJam and four-time concurrent World Yo-Yo Contest 1A Champion, Hiroyuki “Mickey” Suzuki. It is also a sub-label of the online mart of Something by YoYoAddict.

Recess Intl.

Country: United States of America

This America-based factory of yo-yos was begun by Tyler Severance in the summer of 2015 after he left the player team of YoYoFactory.

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