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Peksi5 10-09-2016 06:33 AM

After a few rounds with swirly s-line P3, I like that disc a lot but it would be even better if it was more overstable and completely flat. Re-(re)tooled flat d-line P3 in different stages of wear would be the best low-profile approach/driving putter for backhand and forehand there is.

Thanks Ryan/Discmania for listening to your customers!

Strauss 10-09-2016 03:15 PM

A more overstable and flat P3 would probably kick the Zone out of my bag. I try to throw mostly Discmania, but there are still a few slots in my bag that I cannot fill with their molds. The Zone is a BIG one, as it's hands down my most used approach disc.

Flick Maniac 10-10-2016 02:14 AM

I have no need for a stupid OS putter really. Stupid OS mid can cover that, and right now I bag a Justice. The upcoming MD4needs to be a hog to kick that out and not just somewhat overstable again (I say again because of the P3 and FD3)

B The V 10-17-2016 01:17 PM

D line ddx possible? Would be awesome for rollers.

rarintal 10-17-2016 08:05 PM

Finding more time for you guys!
 
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Originally Posted by maskedavenger (Post 3079447)
(about the Sparkle C-line DD2)



I must have understood you wrong, but for what I know; the sparkle DD2 obviously came out in 2011, and I only saw the MF PD debut for the 2015 Aussie Open. Or did you mean that a C-line PD was produced shortly after as a Presidents Cup fundraiser?



PMD3, man, my fav disc from last year, along with the X-P1xs (actually to a lot of the same reasons:) Straight as an arrow, yet not fickle or touchy to a little form flaw.

The 2 swirly S-MD3s were pretty much identical to my flat EO2013 glows, so no need to keep them around. I think I ever threw one C-MD3 and while it seemed like a solid allrounder mid, I always reverted back to my glows.

About the Metal Flake PD - from what I understand it was made at the same time of the 5th run of the PD which was made somewhere around the time of the DD2 release (most likely after of course). We had not released it for a long time after it was actually created.

thanks for the feedback on the other discs!

Quote:

Originally Posted by Jenga54 (Post 3080062)
Dear Disc Mania Santa(s),

For Christmas I'd like,

S Line FD2
S Line P1X
S Line FD1 (8/5/0/2)
Guessing the MD4 will replace the GM, so I'll add it here again... in S Line
S Line P3 (solid colors)

PS if you only have pink SLine plastic that's just fine.

S-LINE FD1? that must be a new one :D Thanks for the list!

Everyone - If we were to make solid colors but only have 4 choices what would you pick? If i had to guess --> White, Pink, Yellow-Green (Chartreuse) and either Orange or Blue. I'm pretty sure the first three would be the winners hands down but i'm not sure about that 4th color.

Quote:

Originally Posted by Peksi5 (Post 3080450)
After a few rounds with swirly s-line P3, I like that disc a lot but it would be even better if it was more overstable and completely flat. Re-(re)tooled flat d-line P3 in different stages of wear would be the best low-profile approach/driving putter for backhand and forehand there is.

Thanks Ryan/Discmania for listening to your customers!

hmmm. About the S-LINE P3, we are working on it!

Quote:

Originally Posted by Strauss (Post 3080569)
A more overstable and flat P3 would probably kick the Zone out of my bag. I try to throw mostly Discmania, but there are still a few slots in my bag that I cannot fill with their molds. The Zone is a BIG one, as it's hands down my most used approach disc.

That disc has been very hard to make a comparison to. I don't believe there are many that do compare. But - we are trying along with a few other discs...

Quote:

Originally Posted by maskedavenger (Post 3080727)
I have no need for a stupid OS putter really. Stupid OS mid can cover that, and right now I bag a Justice. The upcoming MD4needs to be a hog to kick that out and not just somewhat overstable again (I say again because of the P3 and FD3)

Gotcha, with the P3 and FD3 we wanted them still be throwable to most of the public. We want them to be thrown :)

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Originally Posted by B The V (Post 3084772)
D line ddx possible? Would be awesome for rollers.

Many things are possible! What about a D-LINE MD3 and D-LINE PD? is there interest for these two molds as well?

Thanks for the questions guys!

Jenga54 10-17-2016 08:28 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by rarintal (Post 3085047)

Everyone - If we were to make solid colors but only have 4 choices what would you pick? If i had to guess --> White, Pink, Yellow-Green (Chartreuse) and either Orange or Blue.

Oh please blue. I love all blues but less the darker ones. Truly a color for all seasons, as is pink.

BrotherDave 10-18-2016 01:21 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by rarintal (Post 3085047)
Everyone - If we were to make solid colors but only have 4 choices what would you pick? If i had to guess --> White, Pink, Yellow-Green (Chartreuse) and either Orange or Blue. I'm pretty sure the first three would be the winners hands down but i'm not sure about that 4th color.


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Many things are possible! What about a D-LINE MD3 and D-LINE PD? is there interest for these two molds as well?

Thanks for the questions guys!

Orange has my vote. I hate blue discs (sorry guy above me).

I'd definitely be interested in a D-PD.

Dr.Smooth 10-19-2016 12:05 AM

Ryan (Discmania guy)

Thanks for the CD2. I have had some time to test them. Intersting disc as I had no idea what to expect.

Here is my thoughts-same top as a PD. Bottom is a faster shaped fd. Amazing how similiar these two discs look. Think fd bottom with a slightly bigger wing and a PD nose.

The flight is like a broken in PD.. Actually very similiar to my Gstar PDs. As you know gplastic almost always adds some turn and decreases stability.

These are similiar to Saints. But a little less squirelly a touch more stable but with a touch less glide.

As for now, I have no idea where to put them in my bag. But the star swirl looks great and I keep taking them along to throw even though they have not found an offical slot yet.

-D-

Dr.Smooth 10-19-2016 12:11 AM

Oh yeah colors. And my philosophy on discs/colors. Blank tops with a small side logo. Thank god you guys do this I can just never find the right weights. Seems everything is max.

The best colors are (this is not up for debate)- White, Pink, Light Blue, Dark Blue

Orange and yellow disappear this time of the year if you live in areas where deciduous trees dominate.

Reniger 10-19-2016 09:22 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Dr.Smooth (Post 3085888)
The best colors are (this is not up for debate)- White, Pink, Light Blue, Dark Blue

The best colors are (this is not up for debate)- Pink.

FTFY


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