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Discmania_Support 01-11-2017 02:17 PM

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Originally Posted by SpikeHyzer (Post 3074096)
Another wish list item. We need pumpkin P2's and DDx's this year please.

P2's and DDx's
S-Line Black w/ Orange stamp
S-Line Black w/ White stamp
S-Line Orange w/ Black stamp
S-Line Orange w/ White stamp

P2's
D-Line Black w/ Orange stamp
D-Line Black w/ White stamp
D-Line Orange w/ Black stamp
D-Line Orange w/ White stamp

Also...any further thought given to D-Line MD3's?

And as always, thanks for taking the time to read and respond to our questions/wishes.

Thanks for the wishlist. Sorry for the late response on this one. We did our best to make Halloween great and we hope you liked our bat wings stamp!! As far as the D-Line MD3 goes, it is definitely in our future plans. Be on the lookout!!

Discmania_Support 01-11-2017 02:18 PM

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Originally Posted by Strauss (Post 3076380)
Any plans for G-line DDX's, and if so do you have a timeline?

Thanks for the question Strauss. We are working on a hoodie. No current plan for the G-Line DDx for the time being.

Discmania_Support 01-11-2017 02:56 PM

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Originally Posted by Mulligan (Post 3103207)
Question.... Innova seems to have had issues with bubble top blizzards in the past, but you all have seemed to work it out well for the DDX (i grabbed 4 and am very pleased with the flight).

Assuming, therefore, that Innova has the technology to produce blizzard with bubbles in rim AND flight plate, or rim only... I'm wondering if it is possible to generate bubbles in JUST the flight plate (or at least really minimize the bubbles in the rim)?

Obviously, where I'm going with this is less weight in center, more in rim, while still being able to have lighter weights than max.
I'd be curious if that added glide and/or stability in long range drivers. A DDX in the high 160s with most of that weight in the edge seems like it'd be killer...

Thanks for the question. This prototype run of Blizzard DDx was a special thing that we wanted to do for our customers. Making discs with the bubbles in the flight plate is a very hard thing to do and we end up with more X-Out products than production quality discs that meet our specifications. It is very likely that when another run of these DDxs are produced, they will return to having the bubbles exclusively in the rim. Bubbles only in the flight plate would likely not allow those discs to be the correct weight for blizzard specs.

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Originally Posted by jugg3rnautx (Post 3103219)
I know it's been mentioned before but I'd love to see the DDx in G-line. The TD as well.

We do have plans to make the G-DDx one day but need to pursue other tasks in the meantime. It is not out of the question that this disc will be made, but things like the MD4 and other important discs need to come first. G-Line TD is a good suggestion but the same goes for this as well.

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Originally Posted by DinosaurThunder (Post 3103262)
So... S-line FD2? ;)

Also do you have any buttery hysteria stamped s-line DDs hidden at the store? :)

S-Line FD2 may be a possibility in the future. We had a very positive response with the G-Line FD2s we sent out in the Mystery boxes and will perhaps release the S-FD2 at some point. We hear your requests!! The S-DD unfortunately is now gone. The Hysteria ones, that is. Those were also sent out in the Mystery boxes and we hope people will appreciate what they are and how cool of and item it really is. Although most of the discs were on the lighter side, those 2nd runs make for great bombers!

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Originally Posted by DiscinFiend (Post 3104040)
Are MD3s going to be retooled to be more overstable? I threw a C-Line. I wanted it to be more overstable than it was. I want Discmania to release a midrange thats as beefy as the Gator or retool the MD3 to be that beefy. I'd prefer it to be beedless so I can consistently throw it sidearm...

Thanks for your question about the MD3. Our Luster MD3 has been very popular among throwers looking for exactly that. Although this mold has not been retooled, it is actually quite a bit more overstable than any run produced thus far other than the Glow MD3 with a high dome. We feel as if those two runs were comparable and Luster may even take the cake with overstability. The MD4 will be just what you need for a more overstable MD3.

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Originally Posted by maskedavenger (Post 3106627)
Can anyone compare the soft P-P1xs with X-P1xs? Flex and grip -wise? Are the softs all concave?

Hey there. The soft P1x is going to be the most buttery feeling P1x we have made thus far. It provides unparalleled grip along with a softer feel and makes for a great thrower. During these colder months, they offer the perfect complement to the stiffer versions of the P1x so you can maintain control while your hands are cold and wet. Dana loves this disc and has quickly become a firm advocate of the soft P1x. The X-P1x is going to be similar. They will be a touch more overstable and a bit stiffer as well. We would say that the amount of grip in the plastic is a tiny bit less but not so much that it makes a huge difference between the two.

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Originally Posted by King K (Post 3106712)
What I want to see next year from discmania is

1. D-line PDs
2. MD4s (hopefully they can all be flat tops so that I can have a production disc to replace my flat top gators)
3. FDx (basically a second run fd clone, or a mix between a 6th run and 2nd run)

I understand why new discs take a while to produce with all the testing, designing, and marketing, but with a mold that has been around as long as the PD, why hasnt it come in d-line yet?

1. D-Line PD. You never know!!! ;)
2. MD4 We are working hard to make the disc that is right for our lineup. These things take time and careful effort on our behalf to make sure that it is the best it can be. Thanks for your patience and trust us, we are working on it.
3. FDx Always on the agenda and we are also always on the lookout for new ways to replicate this coveted run.

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Originally Posted by dehaas (Post 3106821)
Instead of trying to make md3s beefier why don't we just get a nice flattish JL gremlin? That would be beefier than most md3s.

Good idea! The MD4 will come first and we hope you will all love it when it is complete. We have no plans at the moment to reinvent the GM for the time being. Try the MD3 in Luster if you havent already. They are fantastic.

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Originally Posted by gerth_vader (Post 3107559)
will the md4 be small diameter? If the gargoyle is a vspider3 I am really hoping the md4 is a vgator3.

Thanks for the question. The MD4 cannot be disclosed at the moment as far as the specs and diameter. We have many options in mind and want to be meticulous with our choice. No, small diameter is not out of the question but we do want to make sure we have all of our options readily available for this one.

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Originally Posted by DiscGolfGuy413 (Post 3111724)
Where can I get D-line FDs? I've seen them around but can't find any. I was wondering if there was somewhere that I could buy some.

D-Line FD is in the production queue and we just ended up running out towards the end of last year. Keep an eye out and you should see a re-stock of them in the near future.

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Originally Posted by jskew113 (Post 3114753)
Will P Line MD3s become a stock disc or remain a factory store thing? Great mold, love my proto P Lines, just wish they were easier to get.

P-Line MD3 will not be a full production release for now. We do have plenty for you at the store and we feel they will be just what you need. Are you having trouble finding them on our site?

jskew113 01-11-2017 08:35 PM

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Originally Posted by Discmania_Support (Post 3122660)
Thanks for the question. This prototype run of Blizzard DDx was a special thing that we wanted to do for our customers. Making discs with the bubbles in the flight plate is a very hard thing to do and we end up with more X-Out products than production quality discs that meet our specifications. It is very likely that when another run of these DDxs are produced, they will return to having the bubbles exclusively in the rim. Bubbles only in the flight plate would likely not allow those discs to be the correct weight for blizzard specs.



We do have plans to make the G-DDx one day but need to pursue other tasks in the meantime. It is not out of the question that this disc will be made, but things like the MD4 and other important discs need to come first. G-Line TD is a good suggestion but the same goes for this as well.



S-Line FD2 may be a possibility in the future. We had a very positive response with the G-Line FD2s we sent out in the Mystery boxes and will perhaps release the S-FD2 at some point. We hear your requests!! The S-DD unfortunately is now gone. The Hysteria ones, that is. Those were also sent out in the Mystery boxes and we hope people will appreciate what they are and how cool of and item it really is. Although most of the discs were on the lighter side, those 2nd runs make for great bombers!



Thanks for your question about the MD3. Our Luster MD3 has been very popular among throwers looking for exactly that. Although this mold has not been retooled, it is actually quite a bit more overstable than any run produced thus far other than the Glow MD3 with a high dome. We feel as if those two runs were comparable and Luster may even take the cake with overstability. The MD4 will be just what you need for a more overstable MD3.



Hey there. The soft P1x is going to be the most buttery feeling P1x we have made thus far. It provides unparalleled grip along with a softer feel and makes for a great thrower. During these colder months, they offer the perfect complement to the stiffer versions of the P1x so you can maintain control while your hands are cold and wet. Dana loves this disc and has quickly become a firm advocate of the soft P1x. The X-P1x is going to be similar. They will be a touch more overstable and a bit stiffer as well. We would say that the amount of grip in the plastic is a tiny bit less but not so much that it makes a huge difference between the two.



1. D-Line PD. You never know!!! ;)
2. MD4 We are working hard to make the disc that is right for our lineup. These things take time and careful effort on our behalf to make sure that it is the best it can be. Thanks for your patience and trust us, we are working on it.
3. FDx Always on the agenda and we are also always on the lookout for new ways to replicate this coveted run.



Good idea! The MD4 will come first and we hope you will all love it when it is complete. We have no plans at the moment to reinvent the GM for the time being. Try the MD3 in Luster if you havent already. They are fantastic.


Thanks for the question. The MD4 cannot be disclosed at the moment as far as the specs and diameter. We have many options in mind and want to be meticulous with our choice. No, small diameter is not out of the question but we do want to make sure we have all of our options readily available for this one.



D-Line FD is in the production queue and we just ended up running out towards the end of last year. Keep an eye out and you should see a re-stock of them in the near future.



P-Line MD3 will not be a full production release for now. We do have plenty for you at the store and we feel they will be just what you need. Are you having trouble finding them on our site?

Actually yes. The colors offered with the "stock" P-Line/factory store stamp are not what I'd care for. Also, the $15.99 price for base plastic is a huge turn off.

*DM has full carte blanche on what they want for their factory store. They go out of their way to offer unique runs and discs. Add to that the effort they take to describe even the factory runs, I get the value.

Flick Maniac 01-13-2017 03:19 AM

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Hey there. The soft P1x is going to be the most buttery feeling P1x we have made thus far. It provides unparalleled grip along with a softer feel and makes for a great thrower. During these colder months, they offer the perfect complement to the stiffer versions of the P1x so you can maintain control while your hands are cold and wet. Dana loves this disc and has quickly become a firm advocate of the soft P1x. The X-P1x is going to be similar. They will be a touch more overstable and a bit stiffer as well. We would say that the amount of grip in the plastic is a tiny bit less but not so much that it makes a huge difference between the two.
Sure thing! My question was posted before getting my dirty mitts on them. Heres what I thought:


crd 81 01-21-2017 02:24 AM

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Originally Posted by clard (Post 3085998)
White, pink, orange, LIGHT blue! Those would be my picks. Easiest to see and something for everyone. Thanks!

Same here for the colors of the potential run of S-CD2.

Dr.Smooth 01-29-2017 10:30 PM

gline fd2's sound really tasty.

runningDoc 01-29-2017 10:34 PM

looks like eagle still throwing those 3rd run C-PD's a TON at the aussie open. also saw a 2nd run C-FD....

Dr.Smooth 01-29-2017 11:34 PM

so when he said the 9th run would replace, was that true or just pr?

King K 01-29-2017 11:39 PM

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Originally Posted by Dr.Smooth (Post 3131404)
so when he said the 9th run would replace, was that true or just pr?

From what I understand, he was trying out the 10th runs, but wasn't sure if they would beat out the 3rd runs for a spot in his bag


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