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DGC Wade 07-25-2012 09:14 AM

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desertstormvet 07-25-2012 09:20 AM

This is not so much a question, but to inform you of something. On your main page if you scroll down to where you have links for Lat 64 discs, if you click on the link for the Diamond it takes you to the Pain's page, and if you click on the River's link, it takes you to the Bolt's page.

Osmo 07-25-2012 09:26 AM

Hi Wade, Tony Dembinski here. Are you sick of packing discs to ship to me yet? :D

Also, do you have plans to make a facebook page for your business? It would make keeping up to date on your stocking moves easier.

Also, can my uber discount be counted on your magic the gathering site? I wanna buy some cards and get playing again :-P

DGC Wade 07-25-2012 09:27 AM

Never!!

DGC Wade 07-25-2012 09:29 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by desertstormvet (Post 1523034)
This is not so much a question, but to inform you of something. On your main page if you scroll down to where you have links for Lat 64 discs, if you click on the link for the Diamond it takes you to the Pain's page, and if you click on the River's link, it takes you to the Bolt's page.

Thanks for the info. The links were for the previous discs in those spots. Doh.

Lachendr0 07-25-2012 09:38 AM

What is the best way(If any) to handle the following:

1. Ordering super soft wizards. (In my case i want the floppiest, but just because it is labeled freaky flexible doesn't mean it is a floppy as I want.)

2. Getting a better idea of the exact color of discs before ordering. (currently i google (plastic type, disc type and color) hoping there is a image of it. In most cases I am looking to see how transparent the disc is.

These are minor concerns, I love the site and have ordered many many discs.

Thanks,
-Lachendr0

DGC Wade 07-25-2012 09:49 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Lachendr0 (Post 1523066)
What is the best way(If any) to handle the following:

1. Ordering super soft wizards. (In my case i want the floppiest, but just because it is labeled freaky flexible doesn't mean it is a floppy as I want.)

2. Getting a better idea of the exact color of discs before ordering. (currently i google (plastic type, disc type and color) hoping there is a image of it. In most cases I am looking to see how transparent the disc is.

These are minor concerns, I love the site and have ordered many many discs.

Thanks,
-Lachendr0

The Freaky Flexible are the closest I have seen to the original SSS since they came out. A general rule is that the less color dye in the disc, the more flexible it is for Gateway putters. The White 4S Wizards are more flexible than the Lt. Blue, which are more flexible than the Black. I recommend you try a White one for the floppiest feel. For the colors, the color squares on the site are examples and the shades can vary. How transparent a disc is would be a question I recommend you email before placing an order and I can check for you.

Plankeye 07-25-2012 10:14 AM

I see you have a lot of ringers available. How many of those ringers DO NOT feel like a waxy brick? I am looking to buy a few because the ringers I have as backups for my proto ringer feel horrible.

Discwrangler 07-25-2012 10:29 AM

Do you have any white ESP stalkers?

Plankeye 07-25-2012 10:34 AM

I could be wrong but the only ESP stalkers that I know about are the black PDGA membership ones.


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