Old 03-22-2013, 04:26 PM
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Originally Posted by Toro71 View Post
MVP...what will be their answer to the Zone/Rhyno OS glideless brick?

Maybe they'll roll out one eventually...

The Ohm?

Dang I've really gotten some miles out of that image
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Old 03-23-2013, 04:49 AM
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Not and MVP fan but I really like the way youre putting with yours....impressive.
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Old 03-23-2013, 07:11 AM
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So Mike, do you like the Ion better for putting?

I like the anode for drives because its beadless, but the Ion always cuts into the chains better for me so i use them for putting instead of anode, which i find hard to putt with when they don't cut at the very end like my ions.. plus if i miss i know my ions are going to the ground faster, and that means a shorter recovery putt.
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Old 03-23-2013, 08:41 AM
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I actually prefer the flight of the Anode for putts. Ions just sit in my hand better I think, making it easier to get a solid grip on them. Also those white Ions I putt with feel a bit more shallow than my other Ions, old or new, and have a mild puddle top. I have to give them a bit more oomph on a longer putt but they just feel perfect in my grip, which is why I think I feel so confident with them. They seem a bit more predictable in the wind, but Anodes never gave me any real issues there...

Drives and approaches I can do everything I need from a putter with either but for putts I'm goin with what feels better in my hand. Too many years of putting with Wizards and Ions I guess

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Old 03-25-2013, 05:37 AM
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I throw Cryztal FLX Zones...never tried an ESP but I cant possibly imagine them being more overstable! I mean, I'm not doubting it, 99% of everyone who has thrown both say the ESP is beefier, but jeez I just cant imagine!

PS: My Cryztal Z never skips or rolls more than 10 feet (flat ground at least), it sticks better than any other disc i've thrown.
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