You need a Snake Baby for protection and this is the brightest one ever.
Limited Run of 50
Comes with a large-format COA cardstock print of the original ink artwork, including serial number and hand-foiled signature
The disc is an MVP Reactor midrange in their Eclipse Glow 2.0 plastic, which is crazy bright, I love it.
The Stamp:.. is called Snake Baby and here's its story. It starts at a brutally difficult, thorny, and snake-ridden wooded course outside Austin called East Metro Park aka Manor. In 2011 the Heart of Texas Tour held its 4th Annual Manor Championships and my stamps for that event had always focused on an evil energy that possessed the course... demons, snakes, man-eating trees. For this one I imagine who or what could conquer and rule over the course... a messianic baby dropped off by aliens who could control snakes.
The Disc: Reactor midrange by MVP Disc Sports. First Run in Eclipse 2.0 Glow Plastic. Their ratings: 5/5/-0.5/1.5 . This plastic is internet famous for being the brightest stuff on the market as of 2020, beating out even the mighty Kasta. I recommend hitting these with a UV flashlight for most blinding results 😎
The Run: 50 stamped total, pretty even mix of two foil colors: silver and holographic silver. I chose these because the stamp appears black when glowing, and these shine nice in the sun. This first run of Glow Reactors is long since sold out.
DISClaimer: This run of Glow Reactor is known to have chunks of bright glow material in the plate. They show up as a bright spot on the plate when glowing, and a light speck not glowing. Maybe 1 in 5 will have a small chunk visible, 1 in 10 have several chunks visible. If you'd like the most chunkless wall hanger/banger available for your chosen stamp color and weight, please leave a note with your order. Otherwise be aware that these are considered 1st quality by MVP and should not affect flight.