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


"Par is relative when you can bend space and fairways with the MVP Relativity! This 24.5mm distance driver has a useful understable profile that allows controllable turnovers, rollers, and high line distance shots. While its net landing spot will normally be to the understable side of its launch point, the Relativity’s high speed design forces an ending fade that nicely pans out of turnovers and high lines to prevent unwanted rollers. Expert throwers will find the Relativity highly manipulable in flight by tweaking release angle and height, while average and developing throwers will benefit from its forgiving responsiveness to power." - by MVP Disc Sports
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Old 04-18-2017, 10:24 AM
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Interesting. The 23mm discs already feel like a bit much in my hand. Wonder how well I'll be able to grip an even wider rim?
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Old 04-18-2017, 10:34 AM
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Why they doin this to me?
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Old 04-18-2017, 10:53 AM
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Seems too understable for my taste and too wide of a rim. The Vanish was too understable. maybe some people have good use for it, exciting to see another class. But I thought the Octane and Nitro were pretty wide. I don't know if I can throw these haha, would like to see the Octane version of this in that class tho.
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Old 04-18-2017, 10:58 AM
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I cant stop this image from entering my mind when I see this class of discs...


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Old 04-18-2017, 10:59 AM
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I will buy it, throw it, fail with it, then trade it just like every other MVP distance driver :lol:
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ive dumped amps for switches for inertias for relays for catalysts. dont think ill take the catalyst out but this will make a nice cap to the fast side of my bag. i can finally take out that prometheus aimsforthechains gave me...
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Old 04-18-2017, 01:58 PM
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Interesting. The 23mm discs already feel like a bit much in my hand. Wonder how well I'll be able to grip an even wider rim?
Don't you throw Quasars for Max D which have 2.5 cm rims? This could be your Quasar replacement. And you throw over 500 feet, so I wouldn't think you'd have any problem getting it up to speed.
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Interesting. The 23mm discs already feel like a bit much in my hand. Wonder how well I'll be able to grip an even wider rim?
As I recall from an earlier thread, you have big hands (XXL). I will undoubtedly pick one up from the bin, grip it with my baby hands (M), then wisely put it back.
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