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Old 10-11-2012, 11:31 PM
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Holy giant pics batman!
Yea i know, and thats not even the biggest i could have hot them
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Old 10-12-2012, 01:10 AM
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I agree about the F2 stamp on these, but you can take off what you want if you are careful. i left the blue box just to keep it unique.
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great question.

that F2 stamp is horrible btw, completely ruins the regular stamp.
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Old 10-12-2012, 01:29 AM
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I played a round and had dinner with with Paul and Brittany about six weeks ago, when he was still trying to decide which of the four Innova discs would be his signature disc. He was leaning toward the Roc (which he described as Buzzz-like), but he also had the option of some type of Dominator, something I can't remember, and--get this--a "Super Boss." He let me check 'em all out at dinner--I didn't throw them--but the Super Boss had a strange dome to it, and the rim seemed thicker than a regular Boss. The dome wasn't the whole flight plate, though, just in a doughnut shape (the center not domed, for lack of a better description.
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Old 10-12-2012, 09:43 AM
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I played a round and had dinner with with Paul and Brittany about six weeks ago, when he was still trying to decide which of the four Innova discs would be his signature disc. He was leaning toward the Roc (which he described as Buzzz-like), but he also had the option of some type of Dominator, something I can't remember, and--get this--a "Super Boss." He let me check 'em all out at dinner--I didn't throw them--but the Super Boss had a strange dome to it, and the rim seemed thicker than a regular Boss. The dome wasn't the whole flight plate, though, just in a doughnut shape (the center not domed, for lack of a better description.
I have a pic of it from that night, if you wanna post it, ill message it to you, cant host it on my phone without it being a pain
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Old 10-12-2012, 09:52 AM
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Super boss? I'll take 4
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Old 10-12-2012, 09:57 AM
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I believe it was actually described as a modfied dominator. But it was funky lookin. Weird bubble dome, more than a usual pop top, he said that one was understable.
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Old 10-12-2012, 10:56 AM
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I bit the bullet and bought one of the F2s off of Dynamic Discs in my childish needy-state. Got an orange one yesterday, 179. I have hesitation to throw it as I already am getting pretty attached to the KC Pro Flattops I squirrel nested before I heard about these things coming out. From comparison to my Rancho 2009 USDGC one, its definitely the flattest thing I've seen, almost looks like a zipper top oddly enough. Compared to my KC pro flat tops, its parting line is slightly lower. So without tossing it around (lame I know), I'm estimating that it will probably fly quite true to its flight numbers. For comparison, I put my crystal z buzz in my hand with the PBR (like that? Paul mcBeth Roc) and as previously stated, they are very, very similar plastic feels (which is awesome IMO). The only crappy part was the F2 had not just a little specle of foil screwed up but the rim looks chewed from poor finishing. Shouldn't affect the flight much, but still looks like hell.

Just waiting to see if these are going to come out production or not to let this one rip!

If these fly anything like the Flat KC's I got, the Buzzz-loyalists are going to have a hard time denying this disc.
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Old 10-12-2012, 11:20 AM
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I bit the bullet and bought one of the F2s off of Dynamic Discs in my childish needy-state. Got an orange one yesterday, 179. I have hesitation to throw it as I already am getting pretty attached to the KC Pro Flattops I squirrel nested before I heard about these things coming out. From comparison to my Rancho 2009 USDGC one, its definitely the flattest thing I've seen, almost looks like a zipper top oddly enough. Compared to my KC pro flat tops, its parting line is slightly lower. So without tossing it around (lame I know), I'm estimating that it will probably fly quite true to its flight numbers. For comparison, I put my crystal z buzz in my hand with the PBR (like that? Paul mcBeth Roc) and as previously stated, they are very, very similar plastic feels (which is awesome IMO). The only crappy part was the F2 had not just a little specle of foil screwed up but the rim looks chewed from poor finishing. Shouldn't affect the flight much, but still looks like hell.

Just waiting to see if these are going to come out production or not to let this one rip!

If these fly anything like the Flat KC's I got, the Buzzz-loyalists are going to have a hard time denying this disc.
Dx/kc flat tops already fly like buzzz's, if buzzz lovers wanted to throw a roc that flies like a buzzz they could. Im not thinking this disc is gonna change their loyalty for the most part.
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Old 10-12-2012, 11:35 AM
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Buzzzes are much more readily found than Flat Top Rocs. So that's not completely accurate.
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Old 10-12-2012, 11:39 AM
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The only crappy part was the F2 had not just a little specle of foil screwed up but the rim looks chewed from poor finishing. Shouldn't affect the flight much, but still looks like hell.

Just waiting to see if these are going to come out production or not to let this one rip!
All the ones that I got (8 from the USDGC Pro Shop) had some knarly finish on the parting line.

All I can tell you is that I was told that they would be go into distribution in November.
Based on what I was told and who told me, I sold all my F2 "PBR's", except for one. And I'm thinking of selling that last one.
I say, let 'er rip!!
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