The Freehand Pro by Duncan is a great 5a yoyo and is also great for 1a. I’m gonna start and talk about the Freehand for 1a. This yoyo has a hint of vide on the string and is moderately stable. This yoyo can handle a large variety of tricks and can be played quite fast. The response of the Freehand Pro is really nice and snappy without being snaggy. The Freehand Pro is a nice yoyo but lacks some spin time and is only moderately stable due to it’s light weight. I’m not much of a 5a player but this yoyo is really nice for starting 5a. The yoyo is made of very durable material making it sturdy enough to withstand many dings. Overall the Freehand Pro is a great 5a yoyo and a pretty decent 1a yoyo.