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I have two avair putters, one is a blue DX Aviar Putt and Approach and the other is a glow avair. As far as I can tell these two are exactly the same mold. I carry my blue avair and a pro rhyno because I like that it has a bead on the bottom and how grippy it is but I've noticed that there are some avairs with beads too. Can someone please list all the avairs and explain their differences?

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Chris Perkins is a wise man. I nominate him for Emperor.
I'm still curious about this 1/2 bead thing. What the heck was that? was it halfway around the disc or half as big or what?
Hmmm....this would imply that you have a plan to overthrow the current republic...or know of one...?

Who is leading the revolution? I have one guess though...Ken Climo.
Can't help you here, you'll have to have an old-timer like Donny inform you on this one. :-P
the omega putt and aproach pretty much an aviar mold with a half bead its just smaller than the pro aviars. jk aviar x is a great disc but I love the magnet I hit just as many with the jk but when i miss it usually goes past a little farther where the magnet just drops. aviars are great drivers around 200- 250 feet
The bead was added to the Aviar to add stability. Some are way more overstable than others.

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