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ThrowaEnvy 04-17-2019 09:38 PM

I find the N Atom a closer contender for feel and flight to a seasoned straight Envy... just an opinion.

Just get that Proxy aphilso1!!!! You know you're going to haha..

Wolfmandragon talked me into getting that Sting I was eyeballing it took very little convincing. Someone else bought it though :( it's a sign from the gyro gods!!!!!

wolfmandragon 04-17-2019 11:44 PM

I am a sucker for special stamps. Even though I doubt I will like the Entropy as it has been compared to a Harp( I do not like the hand feel), I feel a need for the LE stamp...

Is anyone doing a pre-order? So I don't have to be up at midnight to snatch one.

aphilso1 04-17-2019 11:57 PM

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Originally Posted by ThrowaEnvy (Post 3442816)
Just get that Proxy aphilso1!!!! You know you're going to haha..

Yep. I'll grab one (or two). The only question is whether to stop by the local shop and grab a neutron or neutron soft, or order a plasma from Infinite. I think I want a plasma, but I have a gift card to the Disc Store here in town and they only have neutron/n softs.

aphilso1 04-18-2019 12:24 AM

I think I just answered my own question. Using my Disc Store gift card, I can pick up both a Neutron and Neturon Soft Proxy for under $10. If I order off of Infinite it's $19 (including shipping) for one Plasma. Assuming that any stability difference is relatively minor, I feel like it's not worth it to go the Plasma route. OF course if I fall in love with the mold then I'll eventually have like 3 in every single plastic.

rocthecourse 04-18-2019 12:33 AM

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Originally Posted by aphilso1 (Post 3442864)
I think I just answered my own question. Using my Disc Store gift card, I can pick up both a Neutron and Neturon Soft Proxy for under $10. If I order off of Infinite it's $19 (including shipping) for one Plasma. Assuming that any stability difference is relatively minor, I feel like it's not worth it to go the Plasma route. OF course if I fall in love with the mold then I'll eventually have like 3 in every single plastic.

Have you seen looked at discgolfcenter.com? Free shipping on all orders over $12. Plasma is $15.99.

aphilso1 04-18-2019 01:24 AM

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Originally Posted by rocthecourse (Post 3442867)
Have you seen looked at discgolfcenter.com? Free shipping on all orders over $12. Plasma is $15.99.

Excellent, thanks for the tip. I've never shopped with them before.

ThrowaEnvy 04-18-2019 01:56 AM

What are you saving the gift card for? More Comets you don't need?!!! Buy them tomorrow and throw em for the weekend.

Buy buy buy!!! Haha.

Jomb3 04-18-2019 12:10 PM

It wasn't as deep as Harp. IMO closer to Zone. Had to order on for test. I hope it's as OS as Zone.

Jomb3 04-18-2019 12:11 PM

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Originally Posted by wolfmandragon (Post 3442857)
I am a sucker for special stamps. Even though I doubt I will like the Entropy as it has been compared to a Harp( I do not like the hand feel), I feel a need for the LE stamp...

Is anyone doing a pre-order? So I don't have to be up at midnight to snatch one.

It wasn't as deep as Harp. IMO closer to Zone. Had to order on for test. I hope it's as OS as Zone.

ThrowaEnvy 04-18-2019 07:12 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by wolfmandragon (Post 3442857)
I am a sucker for special stamps. Even though I doubt I will like the Entropy as it has been compared to a Harp( I do not like the hand feel), I feel a need for the LE stamp...

Quote:

Originally Posted by Jomb3 (Post 3442964)
It wasn't as deep as Harp. IMO closer to Zone. Had to order on for test. I hope it's as OS as Zone.

OK I'm getting a little excited haha.. I'd snag one with that stamp.

My name is Mike and I'm a discaholic...


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