The MVP 24.5mm max distance class is capped off on the understable end with the Relativity. This driver has a useful understable profile that allows controllable turnovers, rollers, and high line distance shots. While its net landing spot will normally be to the understable side of its launch point, the Relativity's high speed design forces an ending fade that nicely pans out of turnovers and high lines to prevent unwanted rollers. Expert throwers will find the Relativity highly manipulable in flight by tweaking release angle and height, while average and developing throwers will benefit from its forgiving responsiveness to power.To see the differences in each plastic please visit our Plastic Types page!
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This disc fills a hole in my bag. It high speed means its a bit more stable than the flight numbers would indicate for my arm. Thrown with hyzer into a mild to moderate headwind I get significant more distance than using an octane or other more stable driver. Love the mold and keep three in my bag at different levels of beat-in.
I purchased the MVP Relativity, 174g, and it's fantastic. TWO THUMBS UP!! My driving distance has increased, and it is very accurate. I use it every time I play.
A 14.5 SPEED Distance Driver for an at best 9 speed old man? There is something to be said for massive under-stability. I throw a max weight Orbital for rollers and some head wind shots, so I thought I would try the Relativity. I can't control it like I want Backhand, but it's quickly becoming my favorite distance driver for forehand. The rail sharp edge feels great in the crease of my hand, and for some reason I have almost no off access torque.(I have no idea why?)
Another Super Solid product from MVP, and a Great selection from Nailed It Disc!