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Old 01-24-2016, 11:07 PM
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I love my k3 bergs, the way they are seasoning in beautifully. If I needed a putter in this class the Reko would be high on the short list.
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Old 02-23-2016, 01:29 PM
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Smashed dead center chains (cut through of course...) off the tee this weekend with my Reko!
Around 220 ft. shot with a touch of hyzer. My Reko popped up to flat, drifted and then finished with a mild fade right into the chains.

This is a special disc for me. Broad usage that extends out comfortable to 300 ft. all the way back in to zoned in confidence within the circle.
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Old 02-23-2016, 01:55 PM
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Yeah, I'm seeing less and less need for a mid range in the bag with this around. Anything in the 2-300 range and I'm liking the Reko, under that and the Berg is money.
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Old 02-23-2016, 01:58 PM
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Yeah, I'm seeing less and less need for a mid range in the bag with this around. Anything in the 2-300 range and I'm liking the Reko, under that and the Berg is money.
I won't go quite that far

But I will say this is a mold that needs to get into the hands of more players.
On the surface it is just another small bead PnA...

Upon feeling, throwing and putting the Reko, however, you will see it has a perfect set of attributes to break into your bag and start stealing shots from other discs.
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Old 02-23-2016, 02:00 PM
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Yeah I'm just always on the fence regarding the need for a dedicated mid. Kaxe and Leo work just fine for everything else the Reko won't do so and I hardly ever reach for a Theory or Shark anymore.

I'd definitely agree that more folks need to try this mold. It's definitely special.
In a couple years people are going to be kicking themselves they didn't try out Kastaplast sooner.
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Old 02-23-2016, 02:21 PM
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Has anyone heard if they plan to release the Reko in other plastics? I typically like premium plastic for anything but dedicated putters, so for an approach or driving putter, I'd love some K1/K2... I'd hate to give up my Scales/Serps, but I'm always open to trying new molds and have been very impressed by the Kaxe and Gyrm.
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Old 02-23-2016, 03:02 PM
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I'm sure they will. Actually makes more sense to have the Reko in K1 than the Berg imo... I also saw that they are testing out glow plastic on the Reko though it's not avail yet.
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Has anyone heard if they plan to release the Reko in other plastics? I typically like premium plastic for anything but dedicated putters, so for an approach or driving putter, I'd love some K1/K2... I'd hate to give up my Scales/Serps, but I'm always open to trying new molds and have been very impressed by the Kaxe and Gyrm.
They wrote on their Facebook page 2 months ago that they are testing Reko in both K1 and K2 plastic, so it will likely show up.
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Old 02-25-2016, 08:37 PM
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They wrote on their Facebook page 2 months ago that they are testing Reko in both K1 and K2 plastic, so it will likely show up.
Bah! Sooner better than later!
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Bah! Sooner better than later!
I hope this makes you a bit happy.

Test runs. K1 Grym X, K2 Grym, K3 Kaxe Z, K2 Reko, K1 Reko.

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