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This Is The World's Biggest Yo-Yo

The ‘World’s Biggest Yo-Yo’ was recently installed in the desert. Benjamin Moore organized the project to demonstrate a new kind of outdoor stain. The ‘World’s Largest Wooden Yo-Yo’ was recently installed in the desert. Benjamin Moore organized the project to demonstrate a new kind of outdoor stain called ARBORCOAT.The so-called yo-yo is basically a giant wooden reel that is derived from the boards of an old deck. It’s far too heavy for any human to hold, so a crane was recruited to lift it up.The yo-yo was pulled to the top of the machine and dropped back down towards the ground. After plummeting towards the sandy terrain, the yo-yo made its way back up. It went up and down a few times and then the wooden yo-yo, which measures 6 feet in diameter, did a mid-air spiral. Given the size and weight, Benjamin Moore’s yo-yo certainly did an outstanding job mimicking the movements of the traditional toys. The company reportedly picked the desert as a backdrop to show the treated wood could endure some wear-and-tear from the surroundings. Of course, the vast amount of land also provided plenty of the room for the huge yo-yo to do its thing. What do you think of the stunt?

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