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The Axiom Eclipse Hex is a glow in the dark midrange that has stable flight, lots of glide, and is going to be the workhorse in your bag day or night. Every company has that one midrange that they tell you throws straight, for Axiom that's the Hex.
The flight path of this disc is straight. The Hex has a flatter top and rounded edges which make it feel like it's going to be a little flippy, but it won't be. You can throw the Hex on a line and expect it to hold the straight/hyzer/anhyzer release angle that you put on the disc. It's great from 150-300 feet and can be thrown by anyone from amateur players to professionals.
Eclipse plastic is well known for its glow capabilities. But it's also a slightly more stable blend of plastic as well and perfect for daytime use. You'll see pros like Simon Lizotte throwing Eclipse blend plastic on the Disc Golf Pro Tour and locals on your home course because it's reliable.
The Axiom Eclipse Hex is an enormously popular disc. It's popular because people know they can lace straight shots with it, they can throw it on angles and expect it to hold. You can rely on this disc for a long time, so snag one and get more birdie looks!