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GirdleRoc 06-17-2015 01:40 PM

So I felt the X-Line plastic for the first time this week and it is awesome. The P2 is also awesome!

Is the discmania store the only place to pick up X-Line P2's right now? Besides the black market of course.
Any hope for greater availability in the near future?

clard 06-17-2015 01:49 PM

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Originally Posted by GirdleRoc (Post 2791393)
So I felt the X-Line plastic for the first time this week and it is awesome. The P2 is also awesome!

Is the discmania store the only place to pick up X-Line P2's right now? Besides the black market of course.
Any hope for greater availability in the near future?

Looks like only the discmania store right now, but I would highly recommend supporting the discmania store by purchasing from them. Their customer service is great, and they do an awesome job of listing their discs so you can get exactly the run, stamp, color and weight you want.

GirdleRoc 06-17-2015 06:24 PM

The Discmania store is awesome but the shipping. I just want one or two for now.

Flick Maniac 06-18-2015 09:02 AM

x-line should def. go into regular production. P1x and P2 are awesome in it. X-MD? could be interesting too. Drivers it probably grinds up too fast.

gerth_vader 06-18-2015 10:14 AM

my gf's archangel has held up amazing in xt, I would love to see whippet, fd and panther in it

goeyj 06-18-2015 10:26 AM

I'm experimenting with switching over to the P1x for all putting duties. KC Aviars have held that spot for years, but these just feel so great in the hand! Rocking 2x D-P1x for putting duties, a P-P1x for approaches/drives, and the trusty Gummy Champ Rhyno for Rhyno stuff. Hopefully, one of the D-Lines will season up to a touch approach/anny putter for throwing, as well. They are surprisingly stable brand new!

bogeyfreetilinfinity 06-18-2015 12:20 PM

I heard there were plans for a pd3.

discguy42 06-18-2015 09:16 PM

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Originally Posted by GirdleRoc (Post 2791591)
The Discmania store is awesome but the shipping. I just want one or two for now.

I just ordered 2 discs from the store and paid a whole $6.65 for Priority 3-day shipping, and my discs traveled from CA to MS in just two days. Made the order around 8:00 am Thursday morning central time and had the discs in my hand by 11:30 am central Saturday morning.

I have no problem spending the money on shipping when it is that quick.

My order was delivered in a nice Discmania printed box and even included some watermelon Jolly Rancher candies too. Thanks Guys!

DinosaurThunder 06-23-2015 11:34 AM

I understand why initial releases of discs are produced in c-line (marketability, sales, etc.). How long does it typically take for a disc to make it into s-line (I dont recall the lenght it took for the PD)? More wondering about the process/decision making when it comes to a disc like the FD2 or new FD3. Will some discs never see other plastic types because the c-line mimics the flight numbers so well?

drgriff 06-23-2015 11:43 AM

Are the KC P2s being made anymore? i putt with the p-line but the South Carolina Heat still makes them a little floppy. For me the stiffer the better.


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