I have a Neutron Ohm. It's a bit deep for my little hands. I've played around with quite a few putters lately, and I could easily putt full-time with Atoms, Proxys, Envys, or Discmania Logics. All feel fairly similar, and even the Electron Envy breaks in to fly pretty similarly within 35'.Gotcha, well if electron envys are out and assuming straighter means less fade.... the OTB soft proton ohm is groovy and so is the soft proton OTB envy... both hard to get I imagine. I've got one of each. The proxy will give you more plastic options but I prefer ohms. I harbour an irrational dislike of the proxy so I'm a little biased.
Bummer, I spent some time explaining how I found these disc through the "Disc Golf Experience" a Plasma Tangent 177g and a Plasma Anode 174g but the information I was sharing got kick out or didn't post. outstanding customer service by the owner Mike. I had Made changes on a phone call. if anyone's interested I'll explain the process later.Yeah I'm pretty sure the Plasma anode got OOP with the Plasma ion. I did see a few copper coloured ones on ebay for a reasonable price though.
I'd sure like to find an electron Entropy at 169g but i still have my SE 167 neutron. Still waiting on my tempo to show up in the mail to try them against each other
Not me, mine will be on a leash, no death putts, no death approaches, and no throwing into layers of leaves coming in about a month. The Tangent putts!!, with glide. Straight in and can feel that weight. In two rounds today a two-putt, but got it back on a 40-footer, and two putts above my head in C1 about 20 feet out. Love the glide during field work yesterday, two standstills today on the course the first eh, the second parked short.
Yeah tangents are solid, the precursor to the envy for me.Not me, mine will be on a leash, no death putts, no death approaches, and no throwing into layers of leaves coming in about a month. The Tangent putts!!, with glide. Straight in and can feel that weight. In two rounds today a two-putt, but got it back on a 40-footer, and two putts above my head in C1 about 20 feet out. Love the glide during field work yesterday, two standstills today on the course the first eh, the second parked short.
The Plasma Anode putts good. Approaches on the practice field three-step turning and rolling, better with the x-step, ok on a standstill. It will be a work in progress.
Yesterday for the first time I saw a Neutron Rhythm 163g Stock at PIAS and grabbed it. The lightest MVP/Axiom disc putter to 9-speed I've had, a few discs at 167g. Threw it once as a second disc on the course behind a Plasma Insanity 170g and fading out 10 feet passed it, hmmm. So, I decided to stop on the practice field on the way home the curiosity was killing me, with it Neutron Rhythm 167g SE had it since January mostly flies S Curve, and a Neutron Virus 167g I've had for about a month can turn it with ending fade. After a few back and Forths started to outdistance the SE half the time, and every time over the Virus except once. And as always there were some dud throws. There was a 10 mph crosswind and did well into the crosswind with fading skip. Also very flippy, where the distance was coming from. I normally spend no more than 30 minutes on the field, but I was having fun with all three discs and spent 45 mins.
The time-lapse SE has a shoulder, no thank you, I only throw flat or close to flat 12 speed and up. The stock run supposed to be flatter. I'll wait until I see them on OTB to pick the weight and flatness. I hope it's a good headwind disc for me.
Yes, both are flat. I'm finding that flat MVP/AXIOM discs are more agreeable for me. I had a heavier backup SE 172g sitting in the box for the past 8 months, never use it, the SE 167g is always straight down the fairway never a problem to find, its pink. I took it with me to PIAS and traded it for the new 163g just a few days ago, what a coincidence. Both SE's are stiff! The age thing is catching up to me, and I've had thoughts of dropping weight on all discs as I lose them or a trade old for new when I see them in a disc store. I've already done it with the Virus from a 171g to 167g and have picked up distance. Coming off the course playing two rounds, a little tired I threw mostly nice and easy around 240-250 feet just wanting to get a feel for the new 163g. At the end a few times more push 255-260 but spraying it. Into the cross wind just a little less. It's flippy with that 163g weight, I can feel it through the form, and as I get the hang of it, I expect more from it, and should be able to turn it with ending fade, not the fade away I saw a few times yesterday. Next time on the practice field I'll do some x-stepping for use in heavy woods, which I can't use with the SE 167g to wide of an S curve.Yeah tangents are solid, the precursor to the envy for me.
Are your rhythm both flat?
Got any of em heavy?
How far did the new one go?
It doesn't seem to matter about flatness.... plh is a bigger determining factor, I think. My domey have all been less stable and the flats have started out more tight s. 155 fizz to 172 N seems to be my jam.
I hope you have fun exploring the rhythm more... I'm glad the Orbital is working out for you, I found them to be fickle but I only had FRs. I hear the new ones are more stable. I threw the craziest 3 turn flip this one time on a steep downhill with my 155 orbital hyzer to anny to fade, probably 450', never got close to that again.