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The MVP Neutron Uplink is an understable disc golf midrange with lots of turn and glide. It's a great choice for players who want something that flies differently than most discs, with its big turn it will be on an anhyzer angle most of the flight.
The flight path of the Uplink is straight right out of the hand and then it's going to begin turning about 25% of the way down the fairway. The disc will continue turning for most of the flight before panning to flat and settling. The Uplink can be thrown straight by slower speed arms, but if you give it a little bit of power it's going to flip right over for you. It's a touch disc for sure and can be thrown to hold a sky anhyzer line, or a hyzer flip. For a mid it has a somewhat flat top and little dome to it. The glide is off the charts though, so be sure to use it in the woods or tight lines when you need something to carry. The Uplink is versatile and requires some finesse, but you'll be loving the different shot shapes you can make with it. It's best when thrown 100-250 feet. Make sure to give this disc a little bit of extra height so it has more time to move to the anhyzer side.
Neutron soft plastic from MVP is a premium blend that you'll see pros on Team MVP throwing while they're out on the Disc Golf Pro Tour. It's also used by plenty of locals at your home course as well. That's because it has great grip and is durable, as well as being affordable. Neutron plastic is shiny and will have that black outer rim on all MVP and gyro discs to give it a more gyroscopic flight. The soft part of Neutron means it absorbs energy better and won't warp when you hit trees with it.
The Uplink really fits that hole in your bag when you need something slow that you can turn. It's perfect for carving through the woods or those short touchy upshots. See why folks love the Uplink.