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Old 10-10-2016, 04:07 PM
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Default Prodiscus - new drivers(Easy to throw) Color Coded?

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Prodiscus just got full line-up for beginners. First was STARi an understable midrange and now we made 2 new drivers. These discs are easy to throw even with low power. "yellow" is for long distance drives and "red" for control drives and turn overs. Stay tuned for release.
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Old 10-10-2016, 04:26 PM
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I think just this picture they are yellow and red, normal production should see a full range of colors. The recently released STARi comes in different colors.
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I think just this picture they are yellow and red, normal production should see a full range of colors. The recently released STARi comes in different colors.
But they said,

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The company is based out of Finland so this might just be lost in translation. I think they meant the top disc (which happens to be yellow) is a long range driver and bottom disc (which happens to be red) is a control driver.

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Old 10-10-2016, 06:34 PM
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I've always liked their stuff, but it's not always super easy to get. These look cool, and I'd like to check them out. STARi is a cool name, but pretty close to Star plastic. Companies have generally tried to not do things like this, but I guess there are so many discs/plastics etc that we are going to start seeing more things like this.
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The company is based out of Finland so this might just be lost in translation. I think they meant the top disc (which happens to be yellow) is a long range driver and bottom disc (which happens to be red) is a control driver.
Ah, ok.
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The company is based out of Finland so this might just be lost in translation. I think they meant the top disc (which happens to be yellow) is a long range driver and bottom disc (which happens to be red) is a control driver.
This

...don't get tripped up by the stupidity here.
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Prodiscus plastic is great. Next season I'll be trying out a lot of fairways and drivers in Ultrium which is my new favorite opaque plastic. I'm glad to see some more approachable discs in their lineup as I was starting to wonder if I'd end up with a bag full of really grippy really durable meat hooks.
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...don't get tripped up by the stupidity here.
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