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My Old Omega is super super flippy and make for some great shots. I got to thinking if that thing ever gets lost or somehow breaks, what I would replace it with. So figured I would check with you disc junkies out there and see if anybody knows of a putter you can hyzerflip brand new.

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The The Graboide from RIP Disc might fit your bill. The prototype I have at 155g is very understable.  Skipper is working on getting PDGA Approval.

Mike, It's the weight that is making your Graboide seem understable (I am sooo looking forward to heavier Graboides).  If I had to compare shapes, the Graboide is similar to a Wizard and the Relic is similar to the Magic.


'Magic' by Gateway and 'the Relic' by RIP are the most understable I've thrown.

Well, If you really want thee most understable, I would suggest getting an Innova Sonic.  If you want something with the same sort of feel... EIther another Omega and beat it up now, or get a Magic SSS light weight.
I use omega super softs and the only thing that is like them is omega super softs. just buy a back up and start beating it in. mine always unless I turn it it over hard come back stable.

Not sure if you will like the feel of them, but the Birdie and Polecat (Rhyno-ish) are pretty darn flippy.

I think the Ratler is too. Not sure if it's in the uber flippy range, but I love my APX's (swirls), because they are 0.0 or 0.5?

XD in DX plastic
I got like 8-10 backups that I have slowly broke in lol, I was just looking to try something new. Plus there making omegas in r-pro plastic now, which really sucks....
Funny thing is, I have 3-4 86 softy's that I've not tried throwing. I'm down for giving it a shot.
I agree, the Sonic will flip just by looking at it.
Grab any old, beat up putter and it will flip.  That cop-out aside, I agree that the XD and Magic are two of the most understable discs I know of.  I rely on them both heavily: DX XDs are my main putter. (I replace them with a new pair once or twice a year.) I use SSS Magics mainly for short anhyzer and touch upshots.  They are both great discs, but I'm sure there are many more great understable putters--from various manufacturers--that I'm less familiar with.
Beat up Dx plastic.


I own 5 Avairs, 2 at 150g and 3 at 168g the stability difference between the Avairs is very slight. I also have 2 168g Wizards and a Relic that weights around the 170g.

While I agree that if Skipper adds more thickness to the flight plate and there by increases the weight the Graboide should gain some stability.  However as it stands now the Graboide is a close second to the Whamo Max Flight for being the most under-stable disc I own.  The Max Flight is almost to the point where I might be able to throw it RHBH and have it fly complete a clockwise circle then hit me in the back.

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