Originally Posted by AviarX
Well, I found I seemed to get just as many bounce outs with the glow Aviars as with the JK's, but is was good in the sense you suggested: a new disc increases focus and feel. plus it got me practicing putting
I will probably keep the glow in the bag for when i need more skip/slide than the friction-friendly JK and R-pro offer.
i think i was taken by the sweet stamp of the glow Aviars; today I acquired an R-Pro Aviar and the thing is simply awesome. Do you expect the R-Pro are as durable as the JK's? Either way i think i have found a winner. thanks
I wouldn't expect the R-Pro to be as durable as the JK. The JK has the bead to protect the bottom from too much damage too soon and the JK starts a little over stable and needs a little tuning any way. You can expect the R-Pro to be considerably straighter at low speeds.