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Old 04-15-2019, 07:37 AM
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I put an SP breaker in the overstable approach slot in my bag and I've been loving it. Primarily use it forehand, but it's very usable backhand - which for me is a plus over the zone which I never liked throwing backhand.
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Old 04-15-2019, 09:57 PM
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Picked up another SP Flex Breaker off ebay for cheap. So far they're only available in tourney plastic, and this is my third one with the 2015 BG Ams stamp. I bagged a Sun King Ocala tourney stamped one (can't remember the tourney) for a year, but lost it after a 20min search wading in a creek. I wish SP Flex plastic was a regular offering, but I love how even super rare DGA stuff goes for cheap (excluding the OG Midnight Flyer lids).
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Old 04-15-2019, 10:14 PM
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Picked up another SP Flex Breaker off ebay for cheap. So far they're only available in tourney plastic, and this is my third one with the 2015 BG Ams stamp. I bagged a Sun King Ocala tourney stamped one (can't remember the tourney) for a year, but lost it after a 20min search wading in a creek. I wish SP Flex plastic was a regular offering, but I love how even super rare DGA stuff goes for cheap (excluding the OG Midnight Flyer lids).
Unaware that was an option. I’ll be on the lookout
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Old 04-17-2019, 04:49 AM
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Got two Proline Breakers. . like the mould but the plastic was to "slick".

is the SB close to CryZtal?

Very expensive for me in Sweden på "test" plastic types, need to order from the US and the shipping cost is not that fun
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Old 04-17-2019, 09:26 AM
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Got two Proline Breakers. . like the mould but the plastic was to "slick".

is the SB close to CryZtal?

Very expensive for me in Sweden på "test" plastic types, need to order from the US and the shipping cost is not that fun
A lot of discraft plastics start off slick to me. If you have the chance to leave them outside for a little bit or in some dirt or something they'll tend to become grippier. I have a Z nuke I lost in a pile of leaves for 3 months and when I got it back the grip was much improved. If it's that expensive I'd try that before ordering anything new.
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Old 04-17-2019, 06:43 PM
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Got two Proline Breakers. . like the mould but the plastic was to "slick".

is the SB close to CryZtal?

Very expensive for me in Sweden på "test" plastic types, need to order from the US and the shipping cost is not that fun
CryZtal has more grip than SP. A green pot scrubber pad can help knock the new off Proline. Proline Flex is the grippiest premium Breaker blend. It's also the most expensive (sad trombone). Otbdiscs has the best price. Marshall St also has them.
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CryZtal has more grip than SP. A green pot scrubber pad can help knock the new off Proline. Proline Flex is the grippiest premium Breaker blend. It's also the most expensive (sad trombone). Otbdiscs has the best price. Marshall St also has them.
Which is A. More overstable
And B. Better overall

Sp flex or proline flex
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Old 04-17-2019, 09:55 PM
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Which is A. More overstable
And B. Better overall

Sp flex or proline flex
I haven't thrown a Proline Flex Breaker, but the SP is more overstable and durable than the Proline, which I prefer, and the SP Flex has a bit more grip than regular SP.
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Old 04-17-2019, 09:59 PM
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I haven't thrown a Proline Flex Breaker, but the SP is more overstable and durable than the Proline, which I prefer, and the SP Flex has a bit more grip than regular SP.
Follow up question:

Any stability differences in sp versus sp flex? I know the zones I have thrown, the z flex were more stable than reg. Z, or any of them honestly
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Old 04-17-2019, 10:27 PM
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Follow up question:

Any stability differences in sp versus sp flex? I know the zones I have thrown, the z flex were more stable than reg. Z, or any of them honestly
Nope. They fly the same for me

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