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Winmau Rhino 150 Micron flights
Been using the WInmau rhino 150 micron flights recently and getting on with them really well.They seem to make the dart flight much more true I guess cos theres no movement with the flights because they are so thick,I'm using them in my Nicholsons but I think there may be weight issues with very light barrels, they are also very hard to damage, anybody else using these?

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I have used them and they are pretty good.
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Thought I saw a review of them.

I choose thin flights, because they are more flexible
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What weight are you Nico's?  I have the 22g ones and love them more than I thought possible.  I started throwing them with the Winmau player rhinos that come with the darts but switched to 100 micron ones for no other reason than I prefer white flights to black.

Didn't consider the difference in thickness might affect things although I can't say I have noticed a difference. 

Just ordered two sets of the white Nico player flights.

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I have used them for a while the only issue I have with them is the fact that they open up at the back and on the front of the flight and if you do not use flight protectors on them. You will have a few robin hoods right into the flights.
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They're not too bad, I find them a bit too thick though
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I have been using them for about 3 weeks and so far I really like them. I do agree with the fact that the thickness help with preventing wiggling while in the air.
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I used them and really liked them ... BUT ... I've switched to the even thicker L-style and I like those better.
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I have the Rhino 100 micron and like them!


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They may have the benefit of longer durability, but one disadvantage is that darts bounce-back or deflect very heavily because the flights are so hard and stiff. 100 micron flights or lower bend and the darts usually stick in the board despite deflections.

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I just bought some 150 micron Rhino's so they should arrive soon. We'll see how I get on with them!
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Cracking flights, ive managed to chew a few of mine up but that's a good sign
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Stick with it. Set up with snakebate eueo 11 20g. Flying straight.and durable.
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The 75 microns seem to thin, I can never get them to hold a decent shape.
The 150 microns seem to thick and are a pain to get into the stem, also my darts seems to fly in lower with the 150's.
Yet .. .. .. at the moment I using 75 micron dimplex's, their texture seems to make hold their shape.
After a few months of messing around with all sort of flight I like anything in a standard style 100 microns thick.
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(04-30-2017, 06:03 PM)Karldawg Wrote: The 75 microns seem to thin, I can never get them to hold a decent shape.
The 150 microns seem to thick and are a pain to get into the stem, also my darts seems to fly in lower with the 150's.
Yet .. .. .. at the moment I using 75 micron dimplex's, their texture seems to make hold their shape.
After a few months of messing around with all sort of flight I like anything in a standard style 100 microns thick.

Have you tried L-Style or similar? Although a lot more expensive, they hold their shape perfectly.
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