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Old 11-22-2021, 09:20 PM
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Well shoot this is not helpful to me. I have access to a few gyro boxes and have been continuing to tell myself not to spend the 120, but this is making it harder to resist
If you want a high chance of getting a Fission Defy & Plasma Volt it's worth it. Plus the Glow Inertia.

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Old 11-22-2021, 10:11 PM
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The Defies are going almost instantaneously on DiscExchange. I *think* it would be the perfect complement to the Wave, but I won't know until either I'm quick enough to snag someone's box extra or MVP cranks up non-JC merch again.

Also, *beautiful* Crave line yesterday on a gentle downhill hole at Sequoyah in Canton, GA. Slowly learning to power down and power right with that disc.
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Old 11-23-2021, 11:27 AM
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What’s MVP family’s distance driver equivalent of the Paradox? Do they make any driver that most find ‘too flippy’ right off the shelf? I’ve thrown the Relativivity and Teleport. Neither are understable, let alone flippy.
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Old 11-23-2021, 12:57 PM
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If you can get your hands on an orbital, that is probably their most understable distance driver by a good deal.

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Old 11-23-2021, 02:42 PM
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What’s MVP family’s distance driver equivalent of the Paradox? Do they make any driver that most find ‘too flippy’ right off the shelf? I’ve thrown the Relativivity and Teleport. Neither are understable, let alone flippy.
I recently picked up a second hand Vanish based on Sarah Hokom throwing them a lot. It looked almost new - barely used. Very understable but once you work it out they go a long way. I’m becoming more and more enthralled by it.
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Old 11-23-2021, 02:46 PM
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The Defies are going almost instantaneously on DiscExchange. I *think* it would be the perfect complement to the Wave, but I won't know until either I'm quick enough to snag someone's box extra or MVP cranks up non-JC merch again.
In my sample of two, they are not a good compliment to the Wave. Real world turn fade was 0/3. I would have needed 15mph or more to make those things fly straight.

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Old 11-23-2021, 03:19 PM
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I was holding a gyro box in my hand yesterday...but I've done considerable damage to my disc golf budget this fall and couldn't pull the trigger. I will say I was where you are at in terms of thinking on the paradox a few weeks ago. But then I lost mine under a bed of leaves and I don't think I've ever searched so long for a disc. It's not my most used midrange but man, when I need it, it's amazing to have around. I still want to try the uplink as well...but there is something about the paradox that is just nice.
Ha so I went and pulled the trigger today, for sure got a great box. Uplink is teal, which I think looks sharp. Got the glow inertia too obviously, but also scored a glow reactor, glow proxy, cosmic neutron trace, white neutron signal, white soft electron nomad, and a macro tesla.

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Old 11-23-2021, 03:37 PM
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Can anyone compare an Eclipse Reactor to a Neutron? I’ve been digging the eclipse in the glow bag and considering some more for the main bag.

Really thought the M1 could be a solution for the Bard being OOP, but they turn too much after not a ton of wear.
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Old 11-23-2021, 03:38 PM
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In my sample of two, they are not a good compliment to the Wave. Real world turn fade was 0/3. I would have needed 15mph or more to make those things fly straight.
Good to know. Maybe I just need to be patient and wait on the cosmic neutrons to start up again. Something that's a little less prone to turn than my fission Wave but not hooky either.
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Old 11-23-2021, 03:41 PM
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Can anyone compare an Eclipse Reactor to a Neutron? I’ve been digging the eclipse in the glow bag and considering some more for the main bag.

Really thought the M1 could be a solution for the Bard being OOP, but they turn too much after not a ton of wear.
Neutron doesn’t fade as much, might have a hair more high speed turn also. The neutrons are good discs, but if I’m wanting something that bites harder than a hex I typically just grab the glow reactor instead of neutron.
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