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Rol6566 12-23-2014 11:18 AM

Stock prices on the dd2. The older runs aren't worth any more than the new runs

Rikster 12-23-2014 02:58 PM

I personally also would like to see something that is slower than DD2, less stable than PD2 and faster than PD. I already have a P-line PD2 that isn't crazy overstable even for my armspeed, but I'd prefer premium plastic. I'm wondering about the DD, but is it that longer compared to PD and afaik they are quite stable, so could I use one as max distance driver? Basicly, does DD have much distance potential compared to a PD? Any spesific run that is less stable?

Also here's my wishlist for new productions in 2015:
- Overstable mid-range (MD4?)
- Overstable putter (P4?)
- Moar bright colours!
- White or light blue D-P1X (with the same type of D-line plastic)

I'm a bit of a perfectionist what comes to colors, heh..

Flick Maniac 12-24-2014 05:27 AM

I also have a beat P-PD2 and some beat DDs as the next step up from PDs. But something with that flight out of the box in indestructible Jolly Launcer plastic would be so nice.

New013 12-26-2014 08:45 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Rikster (Post 2654318)
I personally also would like to see something that is slower than DD2, less stable than PD2 and faster than PD. I already have a P-line PD2 that isn't crazy overstable even for my armspeed, but I'd prefer premium plastic. I'm wondering about the DD, but is it that longer compared to PD and afaik they are quite stable, so could I use one as max distance driver? Basicly, does DD have much distance potential compared to a PD? Any spesific run that is less stable?

Also here's my wishlist for new productions in 2015:
- Overstable mid-range (MD4?)
- Overstable putter (P4?)
- Moar bright colours!
- White or light blue D-P1X (with the same type of D-line plastic)

I'm a bit of a perfectionist what comes to colors, heh..

... i just want the MD1 to be remolded in to something understable, my wishlist is much shorter... just send me whatever mold you're testing. merry xmas

Sir-Hucks-A-Lot 12-26-2014 07:43 PM

D/P-line MD3s, please. Slow, overstable putter (you hit a homerun with the P1x!). Discmania snuggie. Or just the first two :)

Broken Shoulder 12-26-2014 09:49 PM

Do the Aussie Open x-line P1x (not x outs) have the concave top? I might order a couple if they do.

Please run more concave x-line P1x.

Rol6566 12-26-2014 11:10 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Broken Shoulder (Post 2656125)
Do the Aussie Open x-line P1x (not x outs) have the concave top? I might order a couple if they do.

Please run more concave x-line P1x.

The 2 X i have are concave

OlyWA Kenobi 12-27-2014 12:29 AM

In regards to the X-line P1x; the reason for my purchase of these (bought 5, wish I would've bought 10) was because of the talk about them being concave. For every reason rarintal said that testers liked the concave tops. I know that it was said that there was no plan to make more discs with this top in the future, but I beg you to reconsider. I would be one of many that lined up for a Puddle Top P1x!

As far as the X-line goes; a little softer than I like, but the grip is exceptional!

MonkeyShine 12-27-2014 02:39 AM

It's hard to ask for more from the guys that gave us the PD, in many great plastic varieties, but if I dared to even suggest, I would say, "How about Blizzard PDs?"

But I'm sure you guys know what you're doing. With the PD you set the bar so high it would be hard to top it. I'm looking forward to whatever you come up with next. And thanks so much for the PD! It's changed my game so much and improved my confidence by leaps and bounds.

arodsteezy 12-27-2014 02:54 AM

I would really love a g line PD2. The gstar boss was awesome but I'd love something with more stability


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