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Old 05-04-2016, 11:42 PM
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Anyone know where I can get one of these for under 30$? Or know when the factory is coming out with more?
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eBay's got em for around $30. I think there's one on there for $27, others are $34. One is $35 or best offer. You can sign up for email alerts from the pro shop, follow them on facebook/twitter/instagram but as far as knowing when they'll be released again no one knows in advance.
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Nope. Just get a Soft Warlock instead.
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XT Aviar. Now if they'll just release the Roc3 in XT
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I see a fair number of them on facebook auction sites, different prices depending on the age. I would sell one of my newest run for 25 shipped. Only have one to let go though.
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XT Aviar. Now if they'll just release the Roc3 in XT
xt roc's on the proshop site are essentially roc3s. all very flat
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xt roc's on the proshop site are essentially roc3s. all very flat
I second this. The Roc3 is a flatter Roc and the XT Rocs are all flat topped so they're a lot like a Roc3. I doubt there would be any point in running XT Roc3s since they would be basically the same disc as the XT Rocs.
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I second this. The Roc3 is a flatter Roc and the XT Rocs are all flat topped so they're a lot like a Roc3. I doubt there would be any point in running XT Roc3s since they would be basically the same disc as the XT Rocs.
I 3rd this.
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I 3rd this.
Do they fly the same as a Roc3?
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Do they fly the same as a Roc3?
Yes, and they are amazing after you've broken them in
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