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ThrowaEnvy 09-01-2020 07:02 PM

https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/09...g?v=1598985465

$10 off for this blemish haha wait til I throw it a couple times! :D

Monocacy 09-01-2020 10:54 PM

Played a round at Seneca Creek (woods course) with 2 Cosmic Neutron Waves and 2 G* Roadrunners as my only drivers. 158 grams for both (my usual driver weight). G* Roadrunners have a ridiculous amount of glide. :)

First impression: Cosmic Neutron Wave starts out a notch more stable than regular Neutron. Noticeably more fade, a bit harder to turn, a bit less distance. This is pretty much what I had hoped. :)

It will be interesting to see how the Cosmic Neutron Wave seasons.

Monocacy 09-01-2020 10:55 PM

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Originally Posted by ThrowaEnvy (Post 3626763)
$10 off for this blemish haha wait til I throw it a couple times! :D

OMG how can you stand to throw a defective disc like that. :D

Emoney 09-01-2020 11:34 PM

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Not mine but OMFG!

brutalbrutus 09-01-2020 11:57 PM

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Originally Posted by Emoney (Post 3626856)
Not mine but OMFG!

That should be called the DMT Special Edition...

KrisDG 09-02-2020 10:46 AM

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Originally Posted by ThrowaEnvy (Post 3626763)
$10 off for this blemish haha wait til I throw it a couple times! :D

I just got mine today and on the table it looks more stable than my Plasma Wave. Now I will go and test if the looks holds true.

jakebake91 09-02-2020 12:55 PM

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Originally Posted by Monocacy (Post 3626845)
Played a round at Seneca Creek (woods course) with 2 Cosmic Neutron Waves and 2 G* Roadrunners as my only drivers. 158 grams for both (my usual driver weight). G* Roadrunners have a ridiculous amount of glide. :)

First impression: Cosmic Neutron Wave starts out a notch more stable than regular Neutron. Noticeably more fade, a bit harder to turn, a bit less distance. This is pretty much what I had hoped. :)

It will be interesting to see how the Cosmic Neutron Wave seasons.

Music to my ears! I have a 165 cosmic on the way. Assuming it ever actually gets here....usps sent it from Florida to San Francisco. I live in Wisconsin. Anyways.....I wanted a stable compliment to my plasma wave. Hoping this fits the bill. Otherwise, I'll be looking at a photon or something along the lines.

KrisDG 09-03-2020 11:27 AM

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Originally Posted by KrisDG (Post 3626993)
I just got mine today and on the table it looks more stable than my Plasma Wave. Now I will go and test if the looks holds true.

Test run is done now and my assumption was wrong. This new 166g SE fission Wave is less stable and more touchy than my Plasma. I don't really need a driver that understable, so it's not going in my bag.
A nice looking disc tho.

Also tested a fresh 166g Elaine King Fission Photon against my plasma Photon.
The King's edition has a slightly lower parting line, but is way more domy than my plasma. When thrown its more stable and glidier than the Plasma. In to a slight headwind it holds a straight line like a champ! I like it. I like it a lot! This is going to be my new go to distance driver in a headwind.
Also worth noting that a feel of this King's Fission plastic seems more similar to plasma than to fission - which I also like. A very nice disc indeed.
Hopefully the incoming CN Photon SE will be even more stable than this King's. Then I will have a complete set of Photons I love.

jakebake91 09-03-2020 11:49 AM

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Originally Posted by KrisDG (Post 3627611)
Test run is done now and my assumption was wrong. This new 166g SE fission Wave is less stable and more touchy than my Plasma. I don't really need a driver that understable, so it's not going in my bag.
A nice looking disc tho.

That was my fear. I wanted to try both new plastics out. I love my plasma wave, but past experience has told me fission can be flippier. I really don't need something more flippy than my plasma. I ordered a cosmic Neutron that should *hopefully* be here today. If it is, I might get to test it out this weekend.

Deuzzz 09-03-2020 12:04 PM

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Originally Posted by jakebake91 (Post 3627616)
That was my fear. I wanted to try both new plastics out. I love my plasma wave, but past experience has told me fission can be flippier. I really don't need something more flippy than my plasma. I ordered a cosmic Neutron that should *hopefully* be here today. If it is, I might get to test it out this weekend.

My last years go to disc was a plasma wave. Sold it afterwards as it didn't fit my game that well anymore.

Bought a pair of Fission Waves when they became available. A 166g and a 161g. Both of them have a nice late flip in them. They definitely have more lateral movement than my Plasma had. The 161g felt a bit light for my liking and I traded it to a 173g (haven't tested it yet). At first I wasn't sure what slot in my bag these would fill, but then it hit me. The Fission Wave was the perfect replacement for my AvengerSS. The wave has more distance potential and gives a new flight path to my bag.

I'm so happy that I gave them a fair chance before throwing them on the shelf. Now I have a cosmic Wave coming to see if they can bring even more stability.


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