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MVP Reactor - Eclipse 2.0

Regular price $19.00

8 in stock

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MVP's Description:

The newest midrange driver from MVP is here with the release of the Reactor in Neutron plastic. This workhorse mid fits perfectly in the gap between the out of production Vector and Axis. With a modern profile and enhanced GYRO® effect, fans can expect noticeably more glide than the Vector and a tick more stability than the Axis. With that added stability and glide, the Reactor will carve up any fairway you can imagine. Swooping anhyzers? Check. Booming hyzers? Double check. The first member of MVP’s next generation of midranges, the Reactor is sure to reach critical mass this season.

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MVP's Overmold Technology:

The Overmold technology adds weight to the outside of the rim to increase rotational inertia. For more information please visit MVP's website.
Reactor Specs
Speed Glide Turn Fade
5 5 -0.5 1.5
Stability: Stable-Overstable
Weights: Max 178g
Rim Width: 14mm

Customer Reviews

Based on 19 reviews
ryan kutzner

Fantastic straight midrange with a reliable fade. Much preferred over the Roc3s and Mint Mustang I had in that slot previously.

Andy Newman
Knocked a 5x Buzzz Out of the Bag!

The Reactor feels incredible in hand. It has a less dramatic bevel on the wing than a Buzzz, so it has a much cleaner release. I've only ever thrown the Reactor in Eclipse plastic, which feels amazing and is some of the best glow plastic on the market. The 5x Buzzz I used to bag was very Overstable for a Buzzz, and this disc has a pretty similar flight. No flip out of the box. Dead straight flight with incredible glide and a decent fade at low speed. Kicked the 5x Buzzz out of my bag almost immediately. Now I bag 2 Reactors. For reference, at full power, my max distance is occasionally over 400' with a DD Trespass. I get the Reactor out to about 330-340' on a decent rip. Great disc overall. And this is the only MVP disc I bag, so this isn't a homer review haha.

Emmanuel Coronado

MVP Reactor - Eclipse 2.0

Samuel Chmelik

As advertised.

Travis Schweitzer

MVP Reactor