Originally Posted by Central Scrutinizer
When the Soft Rhyno came out in the late '90s, I loved them, adopted it as my main putter, and bought ten for practice. Still have 'em. Two in very worn condition (they were the ones I carried with me and used for all putting from 1999-2006 or so), the rest have their stamps clearly visible and about two of them are in fairly good shape.
What do these things go for nowadays?
If you're talking about the Special Edition Rhynos that have the Innova barstamp across the middle, there are a few variables to consider. First is the mold--similar to the Rancho/Ontario/San Marino Roc debate. Second is the color. Colored Rhynos will almost always be worth more than their white-plastic counterparts. Seems like there were less reds/blues/yellows/oranges/greens made. I've seen them go up as high as $100 and as low as $30 with these variables, condition, and ink in mind. If you have pictures of the discs, that really goes a long way for determining value.