MDP wrote:So it sounds like there's enough difference to be able to carry both the flat Eclipse and regular Vectors without a whole lot of overlap?
discspeed wrote:I tested 2 Eclipse Vectors today. The first one is green and almost completely flat with a scale weight of 179. To my surprise it flew pretty straight with a lot of glide right out of the box. I used it during my doubles round tonight, mostly using it on powered down shots under 300'. At these distances it held it's line with minimal effort and faded much more forward than my other new Vectors. I didn't really use it on any power shots, but I have a feeling it's going to be really straight on a hard throw. The other one I tested (I had about half as many throws with this one) was a UV blue that scaled 178. It has a bit more dome than the green one, but it is still flatter than the other Vectors I own. It flies like one of my other Vectors after a little seasoning--straight with a late yet strong fade when powered, fading early when underpowered.
Booter wrote:What kinda flashlight are u using mike?
ION|JOKERi|MD2|TD|PD|SwordParks wrote:If the posts on this forum are any indication, the PD is like a Teebird with sunshine coming out of its butthole so hard that it flies faster.
jubuttib wrote:Those flat eclipses sound suspiciously like the flat orange FR Vector I have.
discspeed wrote:My flat green glow Vector is really impressing me...It holds it's line solidly across wind conditions and fades late and forward. It reminds me of a midrange PD...It's been too windy for my Axis at times lately and the eclipse Vector has been perfect for those situations. Instead of throwing a flat or slight hyzer-flip shot with the Axis I just put the Vector on a slight anny and it cuts right through the wind and pulls out at the very end. How is it that every single time I get new discs from MVP it's almost impossible to keep them out of my bag?
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