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MVP's Overmold Technology:
Hands down my favorite disc!
Is somewhat beefy but controllable.
I throw around 475 with that bad boy and it has a great consistency for me!
I bought this disc trying to replace a Latitude 64 Rakaten. My expectations were wrong, but then, I hated the Rakaten when I first threw it, either. With that in mind I'm actually inclined to think that, with work, this could be a nice flying disc. The fade at the end is more than I would like but, it isn't in workable.
I mostly use this disc for straight and open max distance shots. It flies well with a tiny bit of anhyzer out of the hand, and it works wonderfully in heavy winds. They are especially nice after being beat in for a bit. The new runs (new stamps) feel better than the older runs. That being said, I've had old run Teleports that I loved as well. They don't fade too much if you've thrown them with enough power, which is why I use them for flatter shaped drives. The fade is reliable however, and that does make this disc useful for air turnover shots. For instance, if you need to flex shot over the tops of trees. I don't forehand this disc, because I prefer a flatter profile for forehands. I have a Dimension, Teleport, and Photon in my bag for overstable distance shots. This is probably not a very beginner friendly disc, because it's so fast. I'd disc down to a Photon or Volt, if you're new.
The teleport flies very far, holds a slight anhyzer line for most the flight and a slight fade at the end. Very good disc, and very good service from nailed it disc golf