Design Your Own Refractor

The refractor has been a major figure within the hobby ever since it was introduced in 1993 Topps Finest.  Since then, the refractor has taken on new forms in the way of colors and serial numbering.  Collectors rip into packs and boxes in hope of finding that low numbered refractor they can show off to their friends or potentially sell for a major profit.  Below is a list of just a few of the most popular refractors that flood our modern day hobby:

  • Regular Refractor
  • Blue Refractor
  • Green Refractor
  • X-fractor
  • Gold Refractor
  • Red Refractor
  • Orange Refractor
  • Black Refractor
  • Superfractor

I know there are a ton missing from that list, but then its just a few.  I particularly like it when manufacturers run out of names and start combining other refractors together, for example the Gold X-fractor.  My question for you is this.  If you could design a new type of refractor, what would it be called?  

If I could design a new refractor, I’d probably stick with the color theme and go with a violet refractor numbered to #15.

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