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  1. Hey everyone. I have a set of Epon 502's for sale. They are brand new still in the factory wrapper with weight tolerances on them. I bought these the same time i bought a set of copper 302s and OnOff forged. I had the 302s shafted first and the onoff's were already shafted. I have never had the need to shaft these so they are mint condition just collecting dust in my closet. You pay the shipping from Vancouver Canada. I made a video because it's easier than photos.
  2. My friend would like a set of Epon 502s but a new set is a bit steep for him. Ideally it would be a set of the BLACK 502s. (He knows they will be more expensive) 4-PW but the satin finish as well as sets 5-PW will all be considered. Thanks guys! Jeff.
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  4. Epon 502 on Roddio i8 SR vs Epon 302 on Crazy LYI Neo S A 10-point cut-to-the-chase comparison 1. 302 launches a tad higher, which contradicts what I've heard. Could be the shaft. 2. 502 plays half club longer (for me). 3. 302 hits softer, not sure if the copper and/or black finish have anything to do with it. 4. 502 face 'hotter'; can definitely feel the ball speeding off in an instant. 5. 302 is more 'workable', more feel; 502 has a bit off a DOI (dead on impact) sensation. 6. 502 is more satisfying, in audible and tactile terms, on those full-blooded solid-contact hits. 7. 302 is less forgiving on mis-hits, losing more distance on thin and other ugly shots. 8. LYI Neo is more lively; more kick, more fun. 9. i8 more stable; eating up the whacks and finesse shots without any hiccups (a local clubmaker/pro proclaimed the i8 best shaft he'd ever hit). 10. Copper is more princely, Black is more badass.
  5. ******** SOLD ************* Hi guys, clearing out the spare room. First up a set of Epon AF-502 Irons in great condition. Small amount of bag chatter. Some scratches on the soles (as can be expected) a few scratches in the cavity as can be seen in the photos. Currently they have Aerotech i110 SteelFiber composite shafts in S flex and Golf Pride Tour Wrap 2G white grips. 5iron length 38.5 inches. Will sell as is or if someone want heads only I don't mind keeping the shafts as Aerotech are one of the best shafts you probably never heard of. $750 + shipping. Thanks for looking...
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