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The Dimension disc by MVP Disc Sports was PDGA Approved on 4-13-2017.


"Destinations may be closer than they appear with the MVP Dimension! This 24.5mm distance driver balances overstable resistance to turn while allowing a full flight before fade. In a universe of infinite possibilities, a reliable fade certainly helps pinpoint your landing from a great distance, and that’s what the Dimension guarantees. Strong throwers will see only the smallest turnover at high speeds or into headwinds. Average throwers will get all the overstability they desire from this speed class in the Dimension." - by MVP Disc Sports
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Old 04-18-2017, 03:01 PM
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For non sci fi fans that from Highlander III

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Old 04-18-2017, 05:03 PM
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Dimension actually looks promising. I cannot believe ALL the stuff MVP is working on at once, its nuts but at the same time I appreciate it. They have grown SOOOO much. I just started throwing their stuff within the last 6 months. I've known about them for about 9+ years since seeing the blank Ions that were in stores a decade ago. Crazy.
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Dimension actually looks promising. I cannot believe ALL the stuff MVP is working on at once, its nuts but at the same time I appreciate it. They have grown SOOOO much. I just started throwing their stuff within the last 6 months. I've known about them for about 9+ years since seeing the blank Ions that were in stores a decade ago. Crazy.
The Ion came out in December 2009. But they have grown a ton.

http://mvpdiscsports.com/media/history-of-the-ion

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I knew it was right at the end of my college years when it came out, so yeah 08-09 sounds right. Anyway, yeah thats so awesome. I wish i would have jumped on board back then, BUT this way I get SO MUCH selection without too much waiting and anticipating. can't wait for new Axiom tho
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I knew it was right at the end of my college years when it came out, so yeah 08-09 sounds right. Anyway, yeah thats so awesome. I wish i would have jumped on board back then, BUT this way I get SO MUCH selection without too much waiting and anticipating. can't wait for new Axiom tho
Yea, it's been so cool to see the lineup come together.
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For non sci fi fans that from Highlander III

Or maybe



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Event Horizon.

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Good get!

I decided against a pic of Sam Neill with his eyes gouged out.
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Good get!

I wish I had a smartphone to snap a pic of my dvd/bluray collection. Its almost absurd.

I decided against a pic of Sam Neill with his eyes gouged out.
A gif of the demonic orgy might have been better.
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