JR wrote: BentElbow11 wrote:
UncleBrother2001 wrote:Nice. I'm liking the sound of the disc. When I'm out at the shop I'll feel one and see what I think of it.
Hold a Neutron in your normal grip and then try and move your thumb. Most plastics will offer resistance but your thumb will still be able to slide on the plastic. With Neutron, your thumb sticks, you have to force it and then it skips over. Only other plastic like that, IME, is Lat 64 GL. MVP has their plastic down extremely well, no matter what anyone may think of their discs.
JR, in extreme cold temps you're going to get condensation on the surface of the plastic...any plastic. Your towel will be damp too. Then you complain about MVP grip under those conditions, gee no kidding. I'm not interested in comparing plastics and grip in the extreme conditions of Finland during an ice storm on top of the highest mountain, which would be about 200 ft.
When are you gonna stop trolling? You might give me credit for having thrown in all kinds of weathers during my twelve years in the sport. From freezing to baking. Neutron sucks ass in wet conditions that do not come from condensation. I do have eyes and feeling in the fingers with which i have experienced N in all kinds of conditions. N is not the end of everything. Quit wasting the time of everyone and move to Norway the home of the trolls. You might try the thumb slide test on FLX and cleaned Vibram X link and sorry you cannot dictate to others that comparing Neutron to objectively grippier plastics is unfair like you tried to in another thread. Sorry the laws of nature do not changevst your command.
Me trolling? When's the last time you created a new thread? You constantly come in on discussions, many of them mine, and attempt to impart your "wisdom'", which is usually a bunch of convoluted nonsense. You tend to argue everything, just for the sake of arguing. The result is more and more nonsense. If you were a smart guy, you'd have realized that early on.
Do you live in a vacuum over there in Finland? "Freezing and baking" temps, really? My goodness. I routinely play in 100+ temps in California and Nevada, well below freezing temps at 6500 ft in the mountains, and also in Alaska where "cold and wet" is the norm, even in July. Not just me too, lots of us here in the US!
And you chose FLX as a comparison in your argument against Neutron grip? FLX is a unique specialty plastic created to be very soft and tacky. Who else besides Discraft puts out anything like it, other than a few super soft putter blends? Oh, and Vibram? In case you didn't know, Vibram isn't even plastic, it's rubber.
It's obvious you don't like MVP plastic. So much so, that according to you a towel can't get Neutron dry(LMAO). The laws of nature...more like the world according to JR.
Put a sock in it until you know what you're talking about...12 years and counting. Neutron doesn't "suck ass" just because you say so. I think MVP knows what they're doing with their plastics. I have serious doubts whether you know what you're doing, however.