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broomerang 12-18-2018 03:02 PM

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Originally Posted by broomerang (Post 3392368)
Where can you buy them? I have not seen them anywhere.

Found them on infinite. And no money left for discs this year. And they have the more clear looking luster FDs on there now as well.

Too much plastic not enough time or money.

livextreme9 12-18-2018 05:21 PM

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Originally Posted by broomerang (Post 3392368)
Where can you buy them? I have not seen them anywhere.

I have seen some on the Facebook for sale pages, but I have not heard of any reviews yet. I have also heard they are a flatter run, but can not confirm this. Any info would be greatly appreciated.

Ajo1125 12-18-2018 10:29 PM

Wrong place

Jenga54 12-18-2018 10:36 PM

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Originally Posted by livextreme9 (Post 3392353)
Where do the new s-line MD3s fall in the stability range?

Not board flat but flatter than a crowned eagle. Sounds of it that the Crowned Eagle was the most stable one but this S-Line run has some more OS/Fade to it. Haven't gotten to throw em yet.

Ajo1125 12-19-2018 04:59 AM

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Donít worry guys if you get a disc in your mystery box it can be a straight defective disc.👎🏽👎🏽

Flick Maniac 12-19-2018 09:29 AM

Seems out of character. If they looked at the photo they ought to be able to see the drastic defect that by all accounts should make that disc not "factory 2nd with cosmetic flaw" but refuse, straight up. This item would clearly not pass the following requirement:

PDGA Technical standards:
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(7) have a smooth surface on the bottom part of the rim; that is, a surface free of any irregularities such
as protrusions or depressions. When placed on a flat surface, the rim must have no discernible gaps
between itself and the surface on which it is resting.
I would press the matter with them. Sounds a bit like an auto reply to smaller cosmetic issues, which this clearly is not.

Ajo1125 12-19-2018 12:55 PM

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Originally Posted by Flick Maniac (Post 3392637)
Seems out of character. If they looked at the photo they ought to be able to see the drastic defect that by all accounts should make that disc not "factory 2nd with cosmetic flaw" but refuse, straight up. This item would clearly not pass the following requirement:

PDGA Technical standards:


I would press the matter with them. Sounds a bit like an auto reply to smaller cosmetic issues, which this clearly is not.

I sent another email and took a different pic

Ajo1125 12-19-2018 12:57 PM

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Originally Posted by Flick Maniac (Post 3392637)
Seems out of character. If they looked at the photo they ought to be able to see the drastic defect that by all accounts should make that disc not "factory 2nd with cosmetic flaw" but refuse, straight up. This item would clearly not pass the following requirement:

PDGA Technical standards:


I would press the matter with them. Sounds a bit like an auto reply to smaller cosmetic issues, which this clearly is not.

Thatís the pic I sent last night. Can I the source of that quote

joshfullam 12-19-2018 09:58 PM

C-like PD (2018 run)
 
Anyone know if there were two separate runs of PD in 2018?

I bought one around May that was had the penned weight and mold on the bottom. I believe it is the current 13th run but wanted to confirm if they released embossed versions of the PD later in the year. I just ordered the 10th anniversary stamp (embossed) and though it felt a little different than the one I bought earlier in the year. A little more dome, slightly less stiff feel.

Any thoughts?

Flick Maniac 12-20-2018 02:18 AM

Just google for PDGA technical standards and look for the one about discs. That bit is in like the 2nd page or sth.


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