MVP Neutron Reactor
The MVP Neutron Reactor is a reliably stable midrange disc that provides a consistent flight regardless of skill level.
The Neutron Reactor is basically the big brother to the Axiom Neutron Hex. It is a very glidey midrange that has more fade than a Hex. This disc will fly dead straight with a forward fading finish when thrown straight. If you really crank on the Reactor you can get it to turn over and hold that anhyzer line before fading back to flat and finishing to the left.
Like a lot of the discs in the MVP/Axiom lineup; the Neutron Reactor has a low profile and the rim is pretty small compared to similar midranges. I find that the small rim makes it incredibly comfortable in the hand and feels really good when gripping for forehand shots.
We also have an Elaine King Eclipse Glow Reactor. Similar discs: MVP Neutron Matrix, Discmania C-Line MD3, Latitude 64 Opto Compass
MVP Neutron Reactor Flight Numbers
- Speed: 5
- Glide: 5
- Turn: -0.5
- Fade: 1.5
Commonly used for: Midrange drives
Dimensions & Specs
- Height: 1.7 cm
- Rim Depth: 1.3 cm
- Rim Thickness: 1.4 cm
- Diameter: 21.4 cm
- Flexibility: 9.87 kg
- Max Weight: 177.6 gr