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Old 03-25-2019, 10:13 PM
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Old 03-25-2019, 11:11 PM
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If the Entropy is Zone like stability and it comes out in a firm Neutron, I will pick this up for a try. If not, I will wait until it comes out in firm Electron.
*cough, cough*
Jawbreaker Zone is what you seek
*cough, cough*
Pair it with a beefcake Titanium Zone
*cough, cough*

What? No, I'm not recommending non-gyro molds in the MVP thread. Why do you ask?

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Old 03-25-2019, 11:51 PM
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*cough, cough*
Jawbreaker Zone is what you seek
*cough, cough*
Pair it with a beefcake Titanium Zone
*cough, cough*

What? No, I'm not recommending non-gyro molds in the MVP thread. Why do you ask?
I have a Jawbreaker Zone. It comes in and out of my bag...mostly out.
I can forehand an Envy cleaner and had rather backhand my Ti Drone.
I like the JW Zone, but there is too much overlap in my bag.

I am hoping the Entropy has an Envy hand feel with Zone stability. That may be too much to ask though.
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Old 03-26-2019, 12:43 AM
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Did a little digging.
The Envy is a 1.0 cm rim. The Ion a 1.1. The Zone a 1.3.
The new Entropy is supposed to be 1.05. This is nowhere near a Zone, regardless of how it flys.

Given the numbers, it very well may be an Envy/Particle with an extended upper overmold.

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Old 03-26-2019, 12:48 AM
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Finally got the official release info from PDGA site...

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The Entropy disc from MVP Disc Sports was PDGA Approved on 2-27-2019.

"Be prepared for the chaos found on the course with the new Entropy from MVP. The Entropy is an overstable Putt and Approach disc designed for flights with a minimal glide and a strong finishing fade. The Entropy delivers as the overstable workhorse putter GYRO fans have been waiting for. Making its debut in Neutron Plastic and the new 10.5mm MVP Putter Class, the Entropy has the premium grip and durability to become your go-to approach or high wind putter. After an extensive development process, the Entropy has arrived and is ready to be disc golfs next premier overstable putter." - MVP Disc Sports
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Did a little digging.
The Envy is a 1.0 cm rim. The Ion a 1.1. The Zone a 1.3.
The new Entropy is supposed to be 1.05. This is nowhere near a Zone, regardless of how it flys.

Given the numbers, it very well may be an Envy/Particle with an extended upper overmold.
PDGA specs has it at 1.2 rim width.
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Old 03-26-2019, 01:07 AM
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PDGA specs has it at 1.2 rim width.
1.2 compared to 1.05 is a big difference. I wonder if MVP is only measuring the overmold, and not also the inner rim from the flight plate?
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Old 03-26-2019, 01:14 AM
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1.2 compared to 1.05 is a big difference. I wonder if MVP is only measuring the overmold, and not also the inner rim from the flight plate?
The brothers are weird. I hadn't really noticed the putter class numbers before. They have the Ion class as 11mm, the Envy/Atom as 10 and the Entropy at 10.5. But they have the Ion class as 2.5 speed, Envy at 3 and Entropy at 4...WTF? lol

Also, the Entropy is listed at 21.2 diameter which puts the max weight at 176 for those who like the heaviest putter possible...

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Old 03-26-2019, 09:47 AM
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Haha it's always funny when someone else got busted... how many discs showed up?

(I'm a little nervous about my multiple packages... I will be checking the mail and hoping to intercept at least one..)
well I hoped that just THE ONE showed up Monday then the rest could show up on Tuesday so I'd be in the clear. But they ALL showed up....which is 3 packages....but two of them were big. haha. its all good, got 5 discs. not THAT bad.
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