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Old 05-10-2013, 07:59 AM
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Turnier is my new favorite word to describe a disc turning!
Gotta be a real word right?
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Old 05-10-2013, 08:46 AM
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I haven't got to throw mine much yet
But this now sounds like a new slightly longer opto vision?
I haven't ever thrown a Vision, but it flies like a faster version of my broken in VIP Warship. A little turn, with a small fade. Very nice flying disc!
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Old 05-17-2013, 09:17 PM
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I haven't ever thrown a Vision, but it flies like a faster version of my broken in VIP Warship. A little turn, with a small fade. Very nice flying disc!
Yeah, for me it turns... then flies straight for a long, long way and doesn't fade. The more I throw the Fury, the more I like it.

As for the Vision comparison... I have an opto Vision that flies like this, but will fade a little more at the end. The Vision won't hold an anhyzer as well as the Fury will. (Note: I also have a GL Vision that flies like a Saint).
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Old 05-23-2013, 09:35 AM
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so....
any more info?
i have not been able to get out to throw mine enough to say anything about it
and now i hurt my knee last sat. and cant get out for a while
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Old 05-23-2013, 11:08 AM
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I have a 167 GL Fury competing against two Rivers (seasoned 168 GL, fresh 164 Opto) in my bag to take over the understable spot.

So far I get more controllable lines and a nice slow turnover when thrown flat. I think the increase in speed makes it stable enough for me where it doesn't just turn immediately out of the box like Rivers can. I'd liken it to a newer Opto River but a bit longer.

I'm curious to use it a bit more and see what it really has going for it.
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Old 05-24-2013, 12:22 AM
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how does it compare to an underworld? Anyone throw both of these?
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Old 05-24-2013, 12:45 AM
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I've thrown both the GL Fury and Opto and GL Underworlds. I was actually pretty surprised how straight the underworlds would go when thrown on a low line hyzer flip.

Basically I've been throwing the fury on that same low line hyzer-flip and its been holding the anny and not coming out. When thrown high on a hyzer-flip (in the open) it flips up and rides right, then fades out a little, ending pretty straight (but I aim left to compensate the amount of turn...which there is a pretty decent amount...).

both discs are great for hyzer flipping. Both will likely stand and roll if thrown on an anhyzer unless there is a lot of air...
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Old 05-24-2013, 12:50 AM
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I've thrown both the GL Fury and Opto and GL Underworlds. I was actually pretty surprised how straight the underworlds would go when thrown on a low line hyzer flip.

Basically I've been throwing the fury on that same low line hyzer-flip and its been holding the anny and not coming out. When thrown high on a hyzer-flip (in the open) it flips up and rides right, then fades out a little, ending pretty straight (but I aim left to compensate the amount of turn...which there is a pretty decent amount...).

both discs are great for hyzer flipping. Both will likely stand and roll if thrown on an anhyzer unless there is a lot of air...
thanks, ya with underworld i throw hyzer just a tad for straight shots with a little turn at the end. If i throw flat it turns and turns. Sounds like fury a little more stable maybe? What about the rims? Do they feel similier?
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Old 05-24-2013, 01:25 AM
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I have a 167 GL Fury competing against two Rivers (seasoned 168 GL, fresh 164 Opto) in my bag to take over the understable spot.

So far I get more controllable lines and a nice slow turnover when thrown flat. I think the increase in speed makes it stable enough for me where it doesn't just turn immediately out of the box like Rivers can. I'd liken it to a newer Opto River but a bit longer.

I'm curious to use it a bit more and see what it really has going for it.
Just for reference, how far do you throw?
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Old 05-24-2013, 01:27 AM
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thanks, ya with underworld i throw hyzer just a tad for straight shots with a little turn at the end. If i throw flat it turns and turns. Sounds like fury a little more stable maybe? What about the rims? Do they feel similier?
I just pulled the GL Fury and GL Underworld out to compare in the hand...

They actually feel very similar to grip. My GL underworld is a touch flatter and the rim feels a bit smaller. But they feel very comparable overall.
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