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jrawk 06-03-2011 02:24 PM

Opto Pure+ .... or .... Pure SS

:p

right-on, sloppy.

smyith 06-03-2011 04:32 PM

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Originally Posted by sloppydisc (Post 867887)
So in summary, I call BS. Unless the guys at Innova, Discraft and Gateway are all just a lot smarter than the Swedes. The US companies have figured this out for their putters.

i remember reading an post by Dave D a few years ago where he discussed some of the reasons different plastics of the same mold fly different. one of the reasons he discussed was that some plastics dont cool correctly with certain molds. so they tweak the mold a lil bit here and there to get it to work and be as close as possible to the flight and feel of the true mold. now this was several years ago so technique may have changed.
also, i showed my brother one of my Goldline discs the other day. he looked at it and started discussing FMF (motocross company) and how they used to make plastic very similar looking. i dont remember word for word, he was using the technical terms, but he said to get that shine and look that they would have to be double molded (im not using the exact correct term here i apologize). you can almost tell as if you llok real close (sun light helps) you can tell that there is a very thin extra plastic over the other plastic. so maybe it doesnt work when they try to double mold it for that uber sexy look. i may be way off base idk

Quote:

Originally Posted by jrawk (Post 867974)
Opto Pure+ .... or .... Pure SS

:p

right-on, sloppy.

BOOO no SS crap, a slightly more ooverstable pure (Swan) would be ok but not flippier.

khmer 06-03-2011 10:27 PM

If you want a slightly more overstable pure, try a domely pure. You'll see a big difference compared to a flat pure. Otherwise try a sinus, they're definitely overstable.

E_Rock25 01-26-2012 10:54 AM

This thread needs to make a come back....

I have been playing putter only rounds with a Zero Pure for a week now and I love the thing. It may bump the Wizard right out of my bag (even though I have spent the last year hording them)...

I am hitting putts from farther out with much more consistancy and it is a great driving putter as well

jrawk 01-26-2012 11:36 AM

Nice. I am crazy excited for Opto pure production.

I am not a fan of the Zero plastic, they warp/taco way too easily and bam, they're flight stability is changed forever. So i made the switch to grip line, which do not grab chains as well, but are much more durable.

So if Opto pures have that little bit of gummy/softness to them, I'll be very happy.

Rol6566 01-26-2012 11:40 AM

I am using Zero lines for putts and Grip for drives/approaches.

Im liking how the Zero feels. Its soft/grippy yet firm. I think its the perfect blend

E_Rock25 01-26-2012 11:41 AM

I have not had a problem yet with tacoing the Zero line. I have hit a few trees and no issues. I have only been throwing them for a week or two though so wee will see. I can't wait for the opto either it will be sweet I bet.

I have two Pures right now one is red and is stable/slightly overstable and the other is blue stable/slightly understable. They are both 172's and in the same condition almost. The blue one is a bit newer. I can't quite figure it our but they both still putt and drive great.

VoloDiscSports 01-26-2012 08:55 PM

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dontbl1nk 12-19-2012 09:10 PM

I got a sweet blank gl pure from the traveling DD bus! The gl pure is my favorite putter out there.
http://i.imgur.com/BxWSyl.jpg

Mexikid0669 12-19-2012 11:56 PM

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Originally Posted by dontbl1nk (Post 1739913)
I got a sweet blank gl pure from the traveling DD bus! The gl pure is my favorite putter out there.
http://i.imgur.com/BxWSyl.jpg

Is that a 176. If it is I have it's think


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