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Um... 03-17-2017 06:23 PM

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Originally Posted by jonkimbertx (Post 3153582)
They mentioned in the Waco commentary that the Lizotte C-Line FD is fairly understable. What's the most stable FD in current production?

I throw a lot of FD's and right now I would say the most stable to slightly OS ones I've recently thrown are max weight Lusters and VERY SURPRISINGLY a lightweight, pop-top C-line that was said to have come right in between the 2nd and 3rd runs. It is the same stiff plastic as the 2nd runs, with bubbles in the rim, but with some serious dome. It flies with more turn and less fade than the storied 2nd runs, but definitely finishes a bit harder than the 5th-6th runs. The fact that it's 160g makes it a lot of fun to throw too. Looks like the DM store is out of stock on those, but Infinite Discs has some... pink with a gold stamp is a dead giveaway for those run of discs.

Outside of those I mentioned, FD's all seem to be flying pretty much the same right now.

clard 03-17-2017 07:56 PM

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Originally Posted by jonkimbertx (Post 3153582)
They mentioned in the Waco commentary that the Lizotte C-Line FD is fairly understable. What's the most stable FD in current production?

For me the max weight, stiff swirl S FDs have been nice and stable. I love them.

Discmania_Support 03-20-2017 12:43 PM

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Originally Posted by Jenga54 (Post 3141335)
Just goes against their convention when FD CD DD PD and the stable to overstable lines

The TDx is going to be a great disc. We cannot disclose exactly what it will do, but we know there will be a mass of speculation coming anyway. We are all going to have one in our bags for sure!

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Originally Posted by SuperScrub (Post 3141190)
Am I the only one who thinks that the TDx is going to be a turning driver, except with positive turn? Lol, the stego is 3 1 +1 +4. 11 4 +.5 5?

This disc will definitely have some turn, as it is in the TD family. More information will be released in the coming months and all of the questions will be put to rest

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Originally Posted by Rol6566 (Post 3140931)
They want to keep them as CFR and tourney fundraisers. Kinda like what Innova did with champ rocs for years with the USDGC


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Originally Posted by mgamache8 (Post 3140919)
why is the PDx being delayed until 2018? To build up the hype? I'm definitely not one to question Discmanias marketing strategy, but I don't really understand why Discmania wouldn't do it soon to play off the hype this disc is getting? Just don't really understand . Clarification would be great

The PDx is under contract with the DGWT as a strictly fundraiser-only disc. This agreement has not changed and will be released as a stock option after that point. We wanted to have a very special disc that represented the tour well and also something that players could look forward to. Discmania does not have any discs other than this one that are exclusive for one purpose. Though we know people are chomping at the bit to get their hands on the stock release, it will be just a little while longer before that occurs.

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Originally Posted by ferretdance03 (Post 3140844)
D line MD3, pretty please?

Itís only a matter of time! We have some other jobs to accomplish first and then can pursue other things like a D-Line MD3. Great question!

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Originally Posted by Um... (Post 3140826)
ColorglowFD'spleaseandthankyou.

Color glow FD would be a great one. We have no plans at the moment to make those just yet.

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Originally Posted by Anthony_G (Post 3140817)
Hear that Discmania? Don't make someone have to kill for one. Just make some P-Line P3's and nobody will have to die. :D

No one needs to die for sure! We have a new putter on the horizon and it is not a P-Line P3 but should be something that you are going to be thrilled about!

Discmania_Support 03-20-2017 12:49 PM

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Originally Posted by DinosaurThunder (Post 3145529)
Time for a re-tooled whippet:

Whippet wing and FD top? Maybe one with a mild dome like a third run :popcorn:

I dont think you could do a FD wing and whippet top, that sounds like it would be an FD2 lol

We certainly are always on the lookout to re-create the 2nd run FD. That is our main goal. The TDx is going to be quite a bit different than people think. However, it will be quite a nice disc and everyone needs to give it a shot. We will all have it in our bags when it is approved.

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Originally Posted by maskedavenger (Post 3143265)
https://www.instagram.com/p/BQ1U2QMDBWu

Okay so one of the drivers is def going to be a Konopiste fundraiser.

CD3!!! People are loving these and we couldnít be more proud.

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Originally Posted by OB Four (Post 3141579)
Wonder how much FD3 sales are about to surge after word of mcbeth throwing them spreads.

There has been a bit of a surge for sure. He really likes them!

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Originally Posted by Dr.Smooth (Post 3141552)
big disappoint for me cause I was hoping for an fdx.

man, isn't the speed 13 market so saturated but they sell period.

got make money yo to have a company.

FDx will come one day. We have it on our radar. TDx first and then we can go after some other options. We also have plans to make another fast driver but none of the guesses from anyone are correct. The CD3 is amazing and although not a 13, is quite fast and very fun to throw.

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Originally Posted by DanJon (Post 3141430)
I'm guessing 13/6/-4/1

Flippier Daedalus?

CD3 for the win!

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Originally Posted by Jenga54 (Post 3141420)
Huh.

Well TDx would suggest something more understable than the DDx, like a Tern but the bigger gap I think is between the DDx and PD2

Jenga you are on the right track for sure. You will love the TDx

Discmania_Support 03-20-2017 01:00 PM

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Originally Posted by Dr.Smooth (Post 3151021)
CD3 I believe is a PDX clone. Would be my guess. Their working the bugs out before they release the PDX.

The CD2 and Pd are so similar in that a broken in PD flies like a CD2. So if you increase the stability and speed. It sounds just like a PDX to me. This of course is generalizing a bit.

But we all know there are overlaps within Discs from manfacuturers.

It is not a PDx clone for sure. Fits nicely in the CD family as a faster and straighter flying CD2. Very good disc that everyone needs to give a fair chance. That being said, your descriptions of the discs above are good. Not everyone needs to have a PD and CD2 in the bag. All of us here definitely bag both and multiples of each. And now we bag the CD3.

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Originally Posted by Jenga54 (Post 3150928)
ALSO - Does anyone know if new D P2 will have the Psycho stamp? I have 1 but I'm thinking of keeping it out of the practice stack and in the bag only.

I hope they plan to run 50,000 more DP2 - saw they were back in the store, waited until the next day and POOF all gone.

There will be more. People were so excited to get their hands on the new batch that we sold out almost immediately. There has been a re-stock since and I believe there are still some there. Very very very good run of P2ís that literally everyone needs to check out. They feel incredible. About the Psycho stamp on the putters, that will likely never be done again.

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Originally Posted by dehaas (Post 3150920)
Is it shallow like a ddx?

It is deeper like the CD but faster than CD2 and gets a bit more play in the air. Very fun disc to throw.

Discmania_Support 03-20-2017 01:11 PM

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Originally Posted by skizzle34 (Post 3151267)
Having thrown the CD3 I think people are going to be pleasantly surprised by it. It really is like an FD that goes an extra 50-100' and feels great in hand. I had a measured 470' throw with it that I felt I was throwing about 75% power and it just kept going. We will have a more in depth review in the next few days!

Very good description! It has turned out to be quite the nice surprise that no one was really expecting. Granted, everyone just knew it was going to be some sort of Max replacement and was indeed no such thing. So far, we have gotten very good feedback on the CD3 and canít wait to see videos and pictures of people loving their new discs. Keep up the good work!

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Originally Posted by dehaas (Post 3151258)
Flight numbers look good but from a forehanders perspective I'm not sure how I'm going to like it in the hand.

That is a valid speculation. We would guess that yes, this disc would not be the most favorable option for the majority of forehand throwers. We have seen some very positive results from forehand throws with the CD3 but would advise that only players with a fine tuned forehand rely on this disc as an option in their round. Most folks donít like to throw Valkyries for this reason but it too is a fantastic disc to throw forehand if you are skilled enough to do so. Just a comparison that I thought of. CD3 makes for a fantastic sidearm disc, you just need to find a way to tame it

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Originally Posted by Jenga54 (Post 3151198)
Some saltiness is because it's not what I was expecting... so there's pluses and minuses to doing the real secretive drama lead up. but also some of it was because I was really inspired by this interview by Jussi about DiscMania Spring 2015 (I read this magazine cover to cover each time it comes in the mail) and I liked his vision, I was fairly new to DiscMania. A line up of discs for Pros

it's an awesome article - http://www.omagdigital.com/publication/?i=247624#{"issue_id":247624,"page":16}

But since then I've seen in order (2015 - MD, FD3, PDx) (2016 - DDx) (2017 - CD3)
So he's true to his word they won't be releasing a lot of molds, one for each slot. But these don't quite seem like they are for the Pro, maybe some.

But Hey - I love me some TD so yay, a longer TD

We are working on new ideas all the time and do to meet the expectations and promises stated. There will be more new molds coming this year and they will be absolute crowd pleasers. Though we want to produce a majority of ďpro caliberĒ molds, we also want to grow the sport as well. Our young players are the future of the game and young folks that donít even know what the sport is yet. Creating several new PD2-esque discs right away instead of something new that would benefit molding their game into something more would be detrimental to building a solid base of new athletes. We need to find a good mix between pro caliber products and discs that are friendly for everyone. The CD3 fits nicely in between those two categories.

DinosaurThunder 03-20-2017 01:13 PM

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Originally Posted by Discmania_Support (Post 3154428)
We certainly are always on the lookout to re-create the 2nd run FD. That is our main goal. The TDx is going to be quite a bit different than people think. However, it will be quite a nice disc and everyone needs to give it a shot. We will all have it in our bags when it is approved.


I may be the only one who doesn't like second run FDs :D first run FD's all the way! My comment of the re-tooled whippet was more so for a "FDx" idea. speed 6/7 utility disc with tons of beef and a little play in flight!:thmbup:

Discmania_Support 03-20-2017 01:14 PM

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Originally Posted by jonkimbertx (Post 3153582)
They mentioned in the Waco commentary that the Lizotte C-Line FD is fairly understable. What's the most stable FD in current production?

The most stable FD in production is the bottom stamp 6th run FD. Very nice and reliable disc for sure. The newer FD's may be a touch less stable but not by much.

tampabay 03-20-2017 01:29 PM

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Originally Posted by Discmania_Support (Post 3154455)
The most stable FD in production is the bottom stamp 6th run FD. Very nice and reliable disc for sure. The newer FD's may be a touch less stable but not by much.

any word on a new line of SPD2s? :)

gerth_vader 03-20-2017 10:40 PM

the anhyzer top on a jls wing would a legit fdx/fd1 :D

Anthony_G 03-23-2017 11:29 AM

Non-First Run D-P3's are my main putters. I switched from XD's when they went away. I like beadless low profile putters and P3's are the only ones left in the Innova/Discmania line-ups. I honestly think the P3 was a big dissapointment for what it was intended- an overstable harp type putt and approach, but it works perfectly for me for putting. I'm going to speculate the P3x or new putter will be even more like the Harp which will be awesome for that slot which the line-ups are missing. Ultimately, I hope there will be intended investment into a beadless low profile putter in a harder Pro plastic. A Pro XD or P3 would be amazing or even something new to compete with the Pure.

hartigan5279 03-23-2017 07:26 PM

DGWT CD3's are back in the Discmania store for anyone who missed out on the Konopiste release.

hartigan5279 03-23-2017 07:35 PM

Bottom Stamps
 
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Originally Posted by Discmania_Support (Post 3154455)
The most stable FD in production is the bottom stamp 6th run FD. Very nice and reliable disc for sure. The newer FD's may be a touch less stable but not by much.

Is this the current run that is available in the store?

Jenga54 04-02-2017 05:25 PM

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Signature P2

DinosaurThunder 04-03-2017 08:44 AM

Interesting discussion happening on the facebooks regarding these P2's - Two school of thoughts:

- Eagle deserves this signature P2 (no one is arguing against that) and the demand for white P2's/To Support eagle is there. Fair amount of excitement for these!

- People wanting DM to figure out stock molds first and then focus on signature molds/special stamps second. The online store has been one of the few places to max weight P2's, s-line PD2s, etc. and newer runs of each mold period. Most of these have a DM store specific stamp or limited stock stamp release. I will attest to the fact that my local stores have slim pickings of the new DM stuff.

Not sure where I stand... I haven't started throwing any of the new DM molds or runs of the discs. I love my old buttery DDs, first run FD's and soft blend of DP2s. However my P2 stack is thinning out and I would love to find max weights in the shop nearby :)

dehaas 04-03-2017 01:04 PM

I'm on the fence with this too. Nobody know what the working agreement is between DM and Innova, but what I'm willing to bet is that the amount of plastic agreed upon manufacturing is enough for DM to move solely on their own site. If you can only get so much from Innova why wholesale it to other online sites and make a couple bucks a disc when you can sell out of everything at MSRP pricing.

The easy answer is just have Innova run more discs but it's not as simple as that. They have their own production schedule. If it's a choice between running star destroyers or p2s which realistically is going to happen? Frisbee factories don't operate with unlimited resources.

Flick Maniac 04-03-2017 01:14 PM

Yeah I am willing to bet the the DM % of all discs molded at Innova is not as big as some people may think. Not like they can just tell them to up it.

Jenga54 04-03-2017 01:28 PM

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Originally Posted by dehaas (Post 3160931)
I'm on the fence with this too. Nobody know what the working agreement is between DM and Innova, but what I'm willing to bet is that the amount of plastic agreed upon manufacturing is enough for DM to move solely on their own site. If you can only get so much from Innova why wholesale it to other online sites and make a couple bucks a disc when you can sell out of everything at MSRP pricing.

The easy answer is just have Innova run more discs but it's not as simple as that. They have their own production schedule. If it's a choice between running star destroyers or p2s which realistically is going to happen? Frisbee factories don't operate with unlimited resources.

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Originally Posted by maskedavenger (Post 3160937)
Yeah I am willing to bet the the DM % of all discs molded at Innova is not as big as some people may think. Not like they can just tell them to up it.

And I'm willing to bet a KP2 that the machines at this time of year are running 24/7 molding up discs. There's associated downtime and things, but they are likely turning out plastic day and night.

It's not a question if the discs will sell, it's just scheduling what and when. And the bigger questions of scaling up production with very big and very expensive equipment.

The tough thing is that scheduling part, when we like to complain that these special discs are coming out when there's no stock P2s and such to buy - anywhere.

And then I wonder why they're taking so long to add even more to the plate, with:

S Line CD2 (stock) (Using a S-CD and liking it for almost everything 275-350)
S Line FD2 (stock) (Using Star Teebird - 'cause what's better than that?)
S Line FD3 (stock) (Broke down and bought a swirly Lizotte to throw, just to support Simon)
S Line MD (stock) (Using Star Mako3 and it's buttery good)
S Line MD3 (stock) (Using Star Roc3s but need a Champ because Star is too stright, Ugg)
S Line P1x (Standing offer of $25 to DM to send me a pink one, since it was released)
S Line P3 (stock) (Using either Star Gator or Star Rhyno ATM)

Discmania_Support 04-19-2017 10:25 AM

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Originally Posted by tampabay (Post 3154466)
any word on a new line of SPD2s? :)

There is a new run of S-Line PD2ís online right now and they are amazing. You will be thrilled with what you get and definitely spread the word if you want to.

TKWolverine 04-19-2017 10:38 AM

In his Ask Me Anything interview back in December, 2016, Jussi said that several understable discs were in the works. I'm a geezer (64) with lower arm speed, so I would have great interest in these discs. Any timetable on these?

Discmania_Support 04-19-2017 11:03 AM

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Originally Posted by Anthony_G (Post 3156032)
Non-First Run D-P3's are my main putters. I switched from XD's when they went away. I like beadless low profile putters and P3's are the only ones left in the Innova/Discmania line-ups. I honestly think the P3 was a big disappointment for what it was intended- an overstable harp type putt and approach, but it works perfectly for me for putting. I'm going to speculate the P3x or new putter will be even more like the Harp which will be awesome for that slot which the line-ups are missing. Ultimately, I hope there will be intended investment into a beadless low profile putter in a harder Pro plastic. A Pro XD or P3 would be amazing or even something new to compete with the Pure.

Anthony, good point. We had a wonderful version of the P3 originally and unfortunatlely that top no longer exists. We have been on the lookout ever since to find the necessary retooled version that we like best. The current run and version that we released (the ones with the Reinvent Retro logo) are fantastic. They are still not meathooks by any means, but will certainly get the job done for P3 lovers. I highly recommend everyone give it a fair shot.

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Originally Posted by hartigan5279 (Post 3156366)
Is this the current run that is available in the store?

The run of FD that is in the store now are 7th runs and are extremely similar to the previous ones. These are equally as flat as the previous run and just as stable. If we were to nitpick a little, I would say that this new run has only a slightly higher dome but not much.

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Originally Posted by DinosaurThunder (Post 3160791)
Interesting discussion happening on the facebooks regarding these P2's - Two school of thoughts:

- Eagle deserves this signature P2 (no one is arguing against that) and the demand for white P2's/To Support eagle is there. Fair amount of excitement for these!

- People wanting DM to figure out stock molds first and then focus on signature molds/special stamps second. The online store has been one of the few places to max weight P2's, s-line PD2s, etc. and newer runs of each mold period. Most of these have a DM store specific stamp or limited stock stamp release. I will attest to the fact that my local stores have slim pickings of the new DM stuff.

Not sure where I stand... I haven't started throwing any of the new DM molds or runs of the discs. I love my old buttery DDs, first run FD's and soft blend of DP2s. However my P2 stack is thinning out and I would love to find max weights in the shop nearby :)

DinosaurThunder, if you would like to see a better selection of DM products in your local stores, have them give us a shout and we will take care of them. We are stocking up on a vast amount of products and retailers will be very pleased with what they find. I agree that stock products are key in growing the sport and growing our brand. Although the specialty image we have built for ourselves has a great base of loyal and enthusiastic customers, those are the people who thrive on special products. Granted, many of them love the stock releases too, but it is the other 90% that needs to be targeted in local stores to give them a better understanding of what we really have to offer. We know that stock releases are a crucial part in extending our reach far beyond our growing, yet small store fan base. That being said, our current Discmaniacs play a big role in spreading the wealth and knowledge of our products too!

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Originally Posted by dehaas (Post 3160931)
I'm on the fence with this too. Nobody know what the working agreement is between DM and Innova, but what I'm willing to bet is that the amount of plastic agreed upon manufacturing is enough for DM to move solely on their own site. If you can only get so much from Innova why wholesale it to other online sites and make a couple bucks a disc when you can sell out of everything at MSRP pricing.

The easy answer is just have Innova run more discs but it's not as simple as that. They have their own production schedule. If it's a choice between running star destroyers or p2s which realistically is going to happen? Frisbee factories don't operate with unlimited resources.

Dehaas good point as well. It can be difficult to juggle production between the two companies but can be done with proper planning. We at Discmania do not have the overhead to support an immense amount of blank and stamped discs. Though our business is growing, it can be a scary decision to double or triple the amount of inventory and not turn it around as fast as we need. Innova is well established and has the capability to make those sorts of risks because they have more liquid funds to plan for the future. All that aside, we are increasing our efforts as the demand grows and can justify the choice to house more stock for both store and wholesale operations. Iíll touch briefly on your store vs. wholesale question. Though we could make more money selling 100% of our discs at retail cost, that demand for the store specifically does not exist. Retailers are the key for any company to keep local players happy and get them what they need. In order to grow the sport and a brand as a whole, the primary focus should be on local markets and dealers instead of our own store. We would much rather have a local business thrive on the other side of the company than seek those higher profits just for ourselves. I hope that helps.

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Originally Posted by maskedavenger (Post 3160937)
Yeah I am willing to bet the the DM % of all discs molded at Innova is not as big as some people may think. Not like they can just tell them to up it.

It just takes proper planning. As mentioned in the statement above, we do not have the overhead to support massive decisions to gamble with too much inventory at the moment. Though we are constantly growing, we also need to be smart with our investments as any company would. I expect you will see quite the influx of options coming in the near future.

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Originally Posted by Jenga54 (Post 3160949)
And I'm willing to bet a KP2 that the machines at this time of year are running 24/7 molding up discs. There's associated downtime and things, but they are likely turning out plastic day and night.

It's not a question if the discs will sell, it's just scheduling what and when. And the bigger questions of scaling up production with very big and very expensive equipment.

The tough thing is that scheduling part, when we like to complain that these special discs are coming out when there's no stock P2s and such to buy - anywhere.

And then I wonder why they're taking so long to add even more to the plate, with:

S Line CD2 (stock) (Using a S-CD and liking it for almost everything 275-350)
S Line FD2 (stock) (Using Star Teebird - 'cause what's better than that?)
S Line FD3 (stock) (Broke down and bought a swirly Lizotte to throw, just to support Simon)
S Line MD (stock) (Using Star Mako3 and it's buttery good)
S Line MD3 (stock) (Using Star Roc3s but need a Champ because Star is too stright, Ugg)
S Line P1x (Standing offer of $25 to DM to send me a pink one, since it was released)
S Line P3 (stock) (Using either Star Gator or Star Rhyno ATM)

All good points. All of these items will come eventually. As stated in our previous two comments, we need to be smart with our investments and will one day have that luxury of providing all of the options one can imagine. At the same time, no company would benefit in the long run when they put all of their eggs in one basket by releasing all of those products at once. Sure it would be neat at the beginning, but is not a good way to grow a brand and keep excitement alive. One product at a time, one day at a time. Again, all good points though. Keep up the good questions!!

tylerc 04-19-2017 05:04 PM

Confirmed, the new run of s-line pd2 is really nice

smarkquart 04-19-2017 06:29 PM

I have really become attached to my G-DDs and G-PDs, I would be more than appreciative if there was a way to find white into my hands.

Dustinms32 04-19-2017 07:15 PM

I'm also curious on the time table regarding normal production CD3s

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Flick Maniac 04-20-2017 12:48 AM

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Originally Posted by smarkquart (Post 3167509)
I have really become attached to my G-DDs and G-PDs, I would be more than appreciative if there was a way to find white into my hands.

Not sure if white G-line exists...

smarkquart 04-20-2017 12:40 PM

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Originally Posted by maskedavenger (Post 3167635)
Not sure if white G-line exists...

I know they did a test run with GStar Bosses, so I know the possibility is out there even though I am also assuming that no other molds were given this treatment. I want them because my main set-up is trying to be filled with white discs with black being the secondary color. When I was throwing mainly trilogy, this did not seem to be a problem, but now I am leaning heavily toward Discmania, at least for the drivers. I already have two black G-DDs, but I could not even find a black G-PD.

My secondary bag is all yellow, so I am already covered in regards to G-Line.

Flick Maniac 04-21-2017 02:32 AM

Color coded people are funny :) But I sure have my own funnities too. Black G-PD should be available in European Masters fundraisers that I see pop up every once in a while in Finland, but not sure about the US market.

TKWolverine 04-21-2017 06:51 AM

No answer to my question about understable discs? Nice job, Discmania... :-(

DanJon 04-21-2017 10:00 AM

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Originally Posted by TKWolverine (Post 3168072)
No answer to my question about understable discs? Nice job, Discmania... :-(


TDx is supposed to be coming out soon.

Jenga54 04-21-2017 10:13 AM

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Originally Posted by TKWolverine (Post 3168072)
No answer to my question about understable discs? Nice job, Discmania... :-(

How do the P1, MD, FD, TD, TD2 round out for you? Without a ton of speed the drivers north of speed 10 would likely just cause more harm than good. I expect these 5 discs could carry a person through a whole round.

Quinntastic 04-24-2017 06:43 AM

Liking the P3
 
Just have to give a little props to the P3. Got a couple first runs on a whim and am liking what I'm throwing, I play in a lot of heavily wooded courses and the strong fade and easy distance control are life savers. Never tried Discmania till now and I may be hooked. Can't wait to get my hands on a cd3!!

Quinntastic 04-24-2017 06:55 AM

Also have heard mixed reviews. I read already there is a different top on other runs, so where does the first run fit in? Is this the way you intended it to fly or is it more of a proto to work with?

Discmania_Support 04-25-2017 05:23 PM

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Originally Posted by TKWolverine (Post 3167220)
In his Ask Me Anything interview back in December, 2016, Jussi said that several understable discs were in the works. I'm a geezer (64) with lower arm speed, so I would have great interest in these discs. Any timetable on these?

Sorry about missing this one. As people have suggested, we have just what you are looking for in the works at the moment. We have created a fantastic disc that is great for any player and will meet your expectations for sure. Although we cannot release the exact date when this disc will become available, it will be soon. If you have any further questions about this one, please let us know! We will also make sure that this disc is available in lower weights as it is meant for everyone.

Flick Maniac 04-26-2017 01:12 AM

TDx is what I hear :)

booter 04-26-2017 09:26 AM

well, i see that the Tdx and the Md4 were both approved on the 21st ,when can we can some more info on these bad boys? :)

Discmania_Support 04-26-2017 10:46 AM

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Originally Posted by Jenga54 (Post 3168151)
How do the P1, MD, FD, TD, TD2 round out for you? Without a ton of speed the drivers north of speed 10 would likely just cause more harm than good. I expect these 5 discs could carry a person through a whole round.

Right you are. For the most part, the general public is not able to throw the faster discs to the full capacity that they are meant for. A smart choice is going with things that are similar to the molds that you have listed above. I would recommend adding a PD, CD2, or our new CD3 to that mix (doesnít need to be all of them) and you will be set.

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Originally Posted by DanJon (Post 3168143)
TDx is supposed to be coming out soon.

As many of you know, the TDx is now approved and will be a great disc for all of our Discmaniacs out there!

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Originally Posted by maskedavenger (Post 3168063)
Color coded people are funny :) But I sure have my own funnities too. Black G-PD should be available in European Masters fundraisers that I see pop up every once in a while in Finland, but not sure about the US market.

We did have some of the European Masters ones last year but all of those got placed in Mystery boxes so we have none left in the US anymore. At least for our store, that is. I am sure many of the collectors out there have a few of them.

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Originally Posted by smarkquart (Post 3167786)
I know they did a test run with GStar Bosses, so I know the possibility is out there even though I am also assuming that no other molds were given this treatment. I want them because my main set-up is trying to be filled with white discs with black being the secondary color. When I was throwing mainly trilogy, this did not seem to be a problem, but now I am leaning heavily toward Discmania, at least for the drivers. I already have two black G-DDs, but I could not even find a black G-PD.

My secondary bag is all yellow, so I am already covered in regards to G-Line.

White is scarce in G-Line. We have seen a few of those white G-Star Bosses pop up and maybe another mold or two at some point but we have never had a single white one here to sell at Discmania of any mold produced. Black is a little more common, but not by much. We stick to most of the primary colors and those end up being the majority of colors that everyone knows of anyway. Black in general is a harder color to come by. Though it can be made, it is a bigger risk to take when it comes to production meaning that no one wants to get stuck with too many of a dark color when the majority of the market prefers brighter colors for ease of play. Though black is a special color, it is obviously hard to find and most players wonít end up buying them. Putters will be mainly the only ones produced in black most of the time.

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Originally Posted by maskedavenger (Post 3167635)
Not sure if white G-line exists...

See the comment above.
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Originally Posted by Dustinms32 (Post 3167527)
I'm also curious on the time table regarding normal production CD3s

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CD3 is coming soon very soon.

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Originally Posted by smarkquart (Post 3167509)
I have really become attached to my G-DDs and G-PDs, I would be more than appreciative if there was a way to find white into my hands.

White unfortunately is quite the rarity and we have only seen a few molds be produced in white with very low quantities. Though we have seen them before, not a single disc has passed through our facilities and has been white. We will keep searchingÖ.

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Originally Posted by tylerc (Post 3167453)
Confirmed, the new run of s-line pd2 is really nice

We are glad you like them!! This run is fantastic and we are surprised that we havenít sold out of all of them immediately. Get some more while you can!!

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Originally Posted by booter (Post 3169633)
well, i see that the Tdx and the Md4 were both approved on the 21st ,when can we can some more info on these bad boys? :)

Unfortunately no more info can be given at this point. Both discs are fantastic and everyone will want to try both of these. Both discs are vastly different from one another and will certainly become staples in your bag.

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Originally Posted by maskedavenger (Post 3169570)
TDx is what I hear :)

TDx is the one!!!

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Originally Posted by Quinntastic (Post 3168737)
Also have heard mixed reviews. I read already there is a different top on other runs, so where does the first run fit in? Is this the way you intended it to fly or is it more of a proto to work with?

The first run is likely going to be the most understable version so far. It flies gentle and straight with a soft fade every time. Players that throw with more power may find it to be too understable for what they are looking for. The first run P3 is a great touch upshot disc and will pair nicely with an S or C-Line P2.

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Originally Posted by Quinntastic (Post 3168736)
Just have to give a little props to the P3. Got a couple first runs on a whim and am liking what I'm throwing, I play in a lot of heavily wooded courses and the strong fade and easy distance control are life savers. Never tried Discmania till now and I may be hooked. Can't wait to get my hands on a cd3!!

Thanks for the helpful feedback! You are exactly right and we are happy that you are pleased with your purchase. We have some big things on the horizon so buckle in and grab some more new releases when they become available!

bogeyfreetilinfinity 04-27-2017 12:51 AM

will x-outs ever be restocked at the discmania online store?

Flick Maniac 04-27-2017 03:18 AM

A Finnish store has stock C-CD3s for a May 3rd release. Going to grab a stack and be set for life.

Owensjef 04-28-2017 09:37 PM

I Found half a dozen 1st run cd3 today.


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