High powered players should expect the Reactor to have some subtle, flight-extending turn that doesn’t overpower its natural fade — making the Reactor a dependable, workhorse midrange on every angle of release. The Reactor has just enough fade to shape long turnovers, and the right amount of turn and glide to support laser-like straight shots or hyzer bombs. If you have the power, the Reactor is a surprisingly long flyer too.
Lower power players will find the reactor to be an extremely dependable flat-to-fade midrange — one of the most classic and often needed shots in disc golf. The turn, while likely not apparent from a flat release, will show itself when released on anhyzer — yielding a longer s-turn than perhaps expected. From hyzer, the subtle turn of the Reactor will allow it to generate workable hyzers.