Eclipse 2.0 Glow fans rejoice, we have an all-new mold coming to you in the Eclipse lineup - the MVP Wave! This is a fan favorite amongst beginners through to professionals, as the Wave's easy understable glidey distance is a must-have to so many player's bags. Now in the Eclipse 2.0 Glow, this is going to undoubtedly take the title of the world's best distance driver glow!
Expectation would be for this to be on the slightly more stable side being glow plastic.
This is a special limited edition OTB Open fundraiser disc. We don't know when/if we will see these run again.
Please note that some stamps vary ever so slightly with blends of other colors. We have tried to keep these consistent so that what you see is what you get, but you may receive ever so slight variances of the stamp color!
The Wave is a stable-understable high speed distance driver. The Wave is best described as a longer Inertia, with a stable-understable flight profile and a responsiveness that makes it useful across the power spectrum. For the most powerful throws, long gliding turnovers and hyzerflip gut shots are possible with the Wave. For average powered throws the Wave will simply extend a variety of lines, from anhyzers to hyzerflips to headwind-assisted turnovers.
Flight Ratings: Speed 11, Glide 5, Turn -2, Fade 2
About the plastic: Eclipse 2.0 is an updated version of the Eclipse plastic. Eclipse Glow plastic has an awesome feel in the hand, fairly smooth and reflective, yet grippy. It is a stiffer plastic, and is the most overstable that MVP produces. This is the Number 1 Glow in all of disc golf, as it stays charged and shines brighter than anything else on the market!
I lost the first one and a bought it again
I thought this would be more over stable than it is. It is definitely more over stable than my proton wave, but not buy as much as I thought great disc definitely a bomber
This disc is great. The fox stamp is gorgeous and it flies really well. The thing about it is, it doesn't fly like a wave. It's more like a 0 turn than a -2.
If you love the wave, you NEED a glow wave. The eclipse plastic adds a little stability to the disc. It’s more reliable in the wind if you’re not throwing with tons of power. I love it for a big hyzer shot that flips up but won’t turn over like a fission wave would. I primarily use my glow wave for forehands.
Before the fly the disc, I dye the disc.