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MVP Octane (Eclipse)

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 Product Description

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Speed:    12  
Glide:   6  
Turn:   -2  
Fade:   3  

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Function:   Max Distance   (What's This?)
Stability:   Stable 
Weights:   167-174g 
Difficulty:    Advanced 

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Community's Product Tips:
The Octane will get you way down the fairway with added points for a gorgeous S-turn.  Big arms will see this disc hold a turn over for quite a while, while less burly throwers will enjoy the ease of straightness in its flight before it fades towards the end of its flight.  The Octane is much more stable-to-overstable than MVP's Catalyst.  If you think the Octane looks like too much disc for you then the Catalyst is absolutely the way to go.

Manufacturer's Description:
The MVP Octane is a stable-understable distance driver from the new high speed 23mm class. Octane falls in the general stability lineage of Switch, Amp, Inertia, and Wave, with a slow-turning profile that holds long and straight until its fade finish. Average throwers should see straight flights with a bit of shallow turn, while power throwers will be able to hyzerflip for max distance and tailwind lines. The 23mm class cores are deeper than typical MVP drivers to afford more glide for distance, and feature a nice dome not typically seen in MVP drivers. From its shape to its weight distribution, the 23mm class is built for distance.

MVP Eclipse Plastic - Durability: 9 (What's this?)
MVP has packed more of their magic glow powder into just the rim of their Eclipse discs than other manufacturers put into their entire glow discs.  This results in the brightest glowing and longest lasting glow effect on the market.  The white rim is also much easier to find on the course than MVP's traditional black rim.  The added glow element tends to make Eclipse discs heavier than their non-glow Proton plastic counterparts.

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