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tu-f-o 09-21-2014 05:24 PM

Flippiest disc ever?
 
I'm looking for something for a short range RHBH roller that'll flip without much force/power/speed/spin.

Probably the flippiest thing I've thrown is a recycled ruby from latitude.
Anyone else bag this kinda disc for this purpose?

Even my beat to crap dx pna aviar isn't super flippy to me. And not sure how good it would roll.

I'm guessing most answers would be a putter but who knows?

dannyboy0076 09-21-2014 05:26 PM

The flippiest disc ive ever thrown is a 139 blizz katana. Even releasing it on a super hyzer it turns over at about 150' . The only disc ive ever known that just wants to turn over no matter what.

LADamon 09-21-2014 05:28 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by tu-f-o (Post 2578519)
I'm looking for something for a short range RHBH roller that'll flip without much force/power/speed/spin.

Probably the flippiest thing I've thrown is a recycled ruby from latitude.
Anyone else bag this kinda disc for this purpose?

Even my beat to crap dx pna aviar isn't super flippy to me. And not sure how good it would roll.

I'm guessing most answers would be a putter but who knows?

I guess Mambas are really flippy. I had a vibram unlace that was super flippy. Right now my roller of choice is a beat to crap pro destroyer

Halcón 09-21-2014 05:34 PM

Beat up a DX Kite. Or DX Wedge. Those should turn easily, even at low speed.

And for drivers, a beat DX Archangel is niiiice and flippy.

Streets 09-21-2014 05:36 PM

DX Sonic.

tylerc 09-21-2014 05:44 PM

Ur looking for an optimizer. Trust me.

FunkyTownNoob 09-21-2014 05:52 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Streets (Post 2578529)
DX Sonic.

Beat me to it.
I have yet to find another slow approach disc that does exactly what I tell it to. Even from the funkiest of lies/stances, with minimal power you can flip them into a slow roller.

The only caveat being that given the flippy nature of the disc, it is easy to hyzer flip one a little too much and it will hold that anny all the way to the ground, giving you a cut-roll. Sometimes that isn't the intended outcome. Guess that's why they call them "touch shots."

tu-f-o 09-21-2014 05:59 PM

but is a dx sonic a good roller?
the shape seems odd for good rolls. also I keep hearing that this disc is fragile to cracks due to it's lid shape.

Streets 09-21-2014 06:01 PM

IDK but it takes like 0 effort to get one to turn.

Halcón 09-21-2014 06:02 PM

I didn't even read the OP. Sorry.

Just roll your Nova.


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