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Old 04-22-2013, 09:23 AM
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Got out and threw the E25's a little yesterday. I mostly putted with them, and I loved the grip. What I didn't love was the chunk that was taken out of the bead when I hit the top of the chastity belt. Holy cow. I know people were slamming the G9i's for their lack of durability, but I've never had anything like that happen to my G's. I didn't throw it off the tee as a result. Will have to take them to a field and see how they fly.

Overall, they were grippy and comfortable in the hand, and they putted nice. With their lack of durability, I just don't know if I'll keep them in the bag for anything but water shots.
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Old 04-22-2013, 08:44 PM
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Hey tbird, how are the E-25 Erasers marked on the backside? With just "ĖR" like the rest of the newer runs of Erasers, or are they marked to somehow denote they are the E-25 run?
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Old 04-22-2013, 09:13 PM
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My soft grape wizard warped and got bubbly pretty quick :/
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Old 04-22-2013, 10:01 PM
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Hey tbird, how are the E-25 Erasers marked on the backside? With just "ĖR" like the rest of the newer runs of Erasers, or are they marked to somehow denote they are the E-25 run?
Mine are marked as follows

ER-WIZ
25 (25 is on a separate line)

Again, I haven't felt a new Eraser, but I doubt you'd mistake these as normal Erasers. They're considerably slicker (and A LOT firmer) than the SSS-marked Erasers I have.

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Old 04-22-2013, 10:42 PM
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Got out and threw the E25's a little yesterday. I mostly putted with them, and I loved the grip. What I didn't love was the chunk that was taken out of the bead when I hit the top of the chastity belt. Holy cow. I know people were slamming the G9i's for their lack of durability, but I've never had anything like that happen to my G's. I didn't throw it off the tee as a result. Will have to take them to a field and see how they fly.

Overall, they were grippy and comfortable in the hand, and they putted nice. With their lack of durability, I just don't know if I'll keep them in the bag for anything but water shots.
I got one earlier in the month, not knowing what the 25 was about, and noticed it took considerable damage just from putting at a basket. It was a bit too firm for putting for me anyway so I haven't touched it since. Not sure how it would hold up in the long run.
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Old 06-06-2013, 11:54 PM
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So is there a way by looking at the stamp to tell if a disc is an older eraser vs a new run eraser?
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Old 06-07-2013, 06:30 AM
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So is there a way by looking at the stamp to tell if a disc is an older eraser vs a new run eraser?
there is. the older newer runs have a wizard with an eraser floating up top and the new ones have eraser written on the bottom.
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Old 06-07-2013, 11:57 AM
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Blue is a 25 and the purple is an SSS, sorry about the dark pic I basically have to use to flash for everything to get my phone to take a decent pic, .....I really like the feel of both and the instantly kicked my chalky and g9i out of the bag. Played league with them and sure they got some dings and I went to town with the 25 on the teepad to get the flashing off but I wouldn't say there is any more wear than any other wizard I have would take. Then again I'm looking at my chalky and it does seem like its holding up pretty well.

Either way though these things feel amazing...yes the 25 is stiffer and have a little, key word a little, less grip than the regular eraser but its still really grippy. Far moreso then my G9i.....I don't have any old run erasers so I can't compare it to that....
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Old 06-11-2013, 11:20 AM
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I'd definitely get some if I didn't already have 10 of the firm erasers.
Would you be willing to part with 2 or 3?
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