View Full Version : [Innova] What can't a d plastic Teebird do?!!!
07-10-2011, 12:02 AM
After a foot of snow one day this winter I decided to buy a disc that I wouldn't be distraught to lose. That disc was a d plastic Teebird. I figured it would be versatile enough to play most courses with and have some success. I did not realize at the time it would become my go-to driver of choice all spring and summer. I have used varying weights, parting line heights, degrees of wear, and each and every one has been more than usefull. Just today I twice parked a 450 foot hole using a pretty worn one on a high hyzer flip (wide open hole), they are great for low tunnel shots, slow anhyzers from 250-320, and dead nuts straight shots so long as the reach-back is controlled. Hell, the new ones even laugh at most winds! My forehand stinks, but these d teebirds are even helping to clean that up. Perhaps this is mostly a rant of praise for a fantastic disc, but I would like to hear about others experience with this disc, and what types of shots have been successful or unsuccessful for you. Also, if you have had similar experiences with this disc, what others do similar magical things? Thanks!
07-10-2011, 01:00 AM
Lol, it's in a nice semi-short line of similar disc that are just the most versatile disc made. That's why everyone loves them, there are a few others that perform as well in line shaping, but not in pure Distance. The Teebird is one of the most absolutely versatile disc made.
I had a 10x Kc that was the straightest thing since Rick James. Then it finally beat tithe point it was flippy and that was about the time I discovered Gazelles. Never really gave the Teebird another real chance. But, I'd highly recommend it to anyone. I just prefer Gazelles Or Cyclones, with an LF compliment.
07-11-2011, 09:46 AM
I don't like them for slight turnovers or big 'S' shots becasue I think it's too easy to make them turn too hard. When that happens they tend to not come back. In other words, their turn doesn't seem to be gradual, it's either turned all the way over or not at all. They're super good at straight and far, though.
07-11-2011, 12:43 PM
Success with the teebird = straight.
No success at anything else. But, it does straight very well.
07-11-2011, 02:08 PM
I'm a TL guy myself but I've yet to find a disc that does straight better.
I'll be that guy and say it....there is no such creature as a Teebird in D plastic.
07-11-2011, 03:16 PM
op must throw more discraft ^^ we all know what is spoken of tho! good disc for many but i cant throw it for beans
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