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Old 04-25-2015, 06:16 PM
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I found a Breaker to be similar to the Suspect when I threw them together.
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Old 04-25-2015, 06:20 PM
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What's the difference between the harp and disc like the suspect/breaker?
The suspect is a tweener, too slow to be a mid yet too fast to be a putter. Starts out pretty overstable but breaks into a straight flyer. It is a unique mold. It is my cousin's favorite mold. The breaker is a modified ringer, a very low profile (slim) putter, it has a pseudo-thumbtrack, pretty close to a rhyno. The harp is a deep chunky mold, feels like a zone but has a beveled lip, not quite as beefy as the zone. All three are awesome in their own special way.
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Old 04-25-2015, 07:30 PM
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Yeah I have allot of experience with the breaker and suspect (interchangeable in my experience). Just haven't thrown a harp or shield for that matter, I hear allot about them (in this thread) but am hesitant to try one. I already love the breaker/suspect disc (more so the suspect because of classic soft plastic, talk about hit and stick!)

Maybe I'll try and trade for a harp or shield...
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Old 04-26-2015, 08:39 PM
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Just reread this thread because I was looking for discussion of the lucid suspect I picked up at a tourney today (feels soooo good in hand with any type of grip!).

Noticed the Or said he throws a champ rhyno and doesn't love the thumbtrac. I don't like the feel of the thumbtrac on the DX rhyno I picked up but I LOVE the way Gstar and gummy champ rhynos fit and release. Flexible plastic and thumbtrac/chunky rim are meant for eachother.

Can't wait to try the suspect and see how big of a gap it can bridge between my rhyno and whatever the next slowest OS disc is that I end up keeping in my bag.
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