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Discmania_Support 11-20-2017 05:49 PM

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Originally Posted by Anthony_G (Post 3244324)
I have wondered for a while if the red champ-star blend runs of discs are or were intentional? I have found quite a few s-line PDs, CDs, TDs, P2s etc in this plastic. I'm not sure if it is just mental but this plastic feels the best in regards to grip, density and durability. I hope Discmania continues to use this plastic if it's still available. Seems rare in the newest production runs of Innova Star plastic. I say rare but honestly haven't seen it all.

Also, D-Line P3's please.

For the most part, this plastic is long gone. Many people have noticed that fan favorite red plastic, and sometimes dark blues, that have the champy star (hybrid) composition. Unfortunately plastics come and go and the nature of the beast is that each huge batch that comes in can be a slight bit different than the last. Though a few blends are tried and true, there are others that will arrive a tiny bit different and that's what makes the changes that everyone notices.

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Originally Posted by mojorisin35 (Post 3244801)
on my Christmas wish list is a Discmania branded toque... what do you think Discmania?

A very solid point. We had plans for them but elected to pursue a couple other projects first. There is a small chance that these will be available this winter season but I would lean more towards a late winter/early spring release if any.

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Originally Posted by Jenga54 (Post 3244850)
I’d like to talk “Swirly S-Line” and if these are a bit of a test/experiment. Got my shipment of Swirly P2 and P1x and they range from a little champy to straight opaque champy. I think I got some regular S Lines that are actually more swirly... it seems most are just mushy (and is becoming a trend) and I think in the Swirly world - less is more. A bright color with some other bits built in. The Doom Birds were better IMHO with mostly more true “SLine” although those got champy too.
This seems a new type of process and wondering if that’s why the plastic is different. Doesn’t seem to just be bits of other color plastic melted in, these swirls are more broad and subtle, like a dye is added or something. I know secrets can’t fully be revealed, but boy I’d like to go to the shop and show them what a little sprinkle of color into bright SLine plastic will do :)

Excellent points. These are things we have suggested to the production team in the past and we will see how that pans out. We feel the same way in the fact that less is more. In the midst of producing so many discs, it would seem as if the most effective way to produce these swirls is to use every color imaginable. Though people want certain color combos and everybody's taste is different, the most logical way is to use every color to avoid spending too much time on certain ones alone. Granted, some discs come out in a more earth-tone color occasionally but that is the nature of the swirl game.

Flick Maniac 11-21-2017 01:04 AM

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Originally Posted by mojorisin35 (Post 3244801)
on my Christmas wish list is a Discmania branded toque... what do you think Discmania?

English major, working in a english speaking company for years, reads mostly only English literature.... and you have my vocabulary beat. :D A skull cap? What kind of "brimless hat" are you referring to?

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Toque

Jenga54 11-21-2017 01:14 AM

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Originally Posted by Flick Maniac (Post 3245505)
English major, working in a english speaking company for years, reads mostly only English literature.... and you have my vocabulary beat. :D A skull cap? What kind of "brimless hat" are you referring to?

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Toque

Toque is Canadian English
A hot topic up there, eh
https://www.google.com/amp/www.cbc.ca/amp/1.2457737

Flick Maniac 11-21-2017 01:35 AM

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Originally Posted by Jenga54 (Post 3245506)
Toque is Canadian English
A hot topic up there, eh
https://www.google.com/amp/www.cbc.ca/amp/1.2457737

Oh god, LOL :D I would go with a beanie.

mojorisin35 11-22-2017 07:02 PM

It’s all abooot staying warm eh! I need discmania on my noggin for winter golf.

familydogs 11-28-2017 01:25 PM

I'm dying for some production S-line CD3's! Any word on these? I had heard that they might come out in 2017. The spot in my bag next to my C-CD3 must be filled!

Dire Wolfy 12-01-2017 01:18 PM

Will you guys ever make an overmold?

Enrico 12-02-2017 12:42 PM

https://store.discmania.net/index.ph...-huk-dyed.html

"These Huk Dyed discs were hand dyed by Jay Harbour the man behind Huk Lab himself! Get a piece of the first collection of dyed Huk discs at the Discmania Store!"

Could someone explain to me how is this possible? Or am I just missing something? If I understood correctly they claim that these are one of the first Huk dyed discs but that most definitely can't be right, can it?

B The V 12-02-2017 05:53 PM

They are part of the first collection of discs at the discmania store to be huk lab dyed. Not first discs ever.

B The V 12-09-2017 12:53 PM

So, going back to the confusion on the new run of P line md3's, are we seeing that in the last mystery box? Or did we miss it?


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