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Mike C 04-09-2015 07:50 PM

Wrath surprised me. I threw a pair of them today off some wet teepads and they weren't turning. Solid high speed stability and a late fade. Longer Volt basically. Maybe they'll flip up a bit in better conditions...we'll see.

I like the feel and the flight a lot though. I'm going to bag one and see how it fits in with the Tesla and Insanity I bag. Currently I think my seasoned Tesla is more Eagle X and the Wrath more TB, but I need to throw them back to back in better weather to see for certain.

Mike C 04-09-2015 08:39 PM


zendragon 04-09-2015 09:18 PM

You described it as more Teebird, which many people say the Crave is Teebird too. Would you call it longer Crave or is it more HSS? The vid makes it look a bit more stable.

Qikly 04-09-2015 09:24 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Mike C (Post 2747007)
Wrath surprised me. I threw a pair of them today off some wet teepads and they weren't turning. Solid high speed stability and a late fade. Longer Volt basically. Maybe they'll flip up a bit in better conditions...we'll see.

I like the feel and the flight a lot though. I'm going to bag one and see how it fits in with the Tesla and Insanity I bag. Currently I think my seasoned Tesla is more Eagle X and the Wrath more TB, but I need to throw them back to back in better weather to see for certain.

Interesting. The fade seems to be sharper and later than the Tesla's, just based off the video. Surprising amount of HSS given the worn Tesla description, since I'm finding the same as you in that my Teslas are losing some (though not a ton) HSS as they wear.

ranger 04-09-2015 09:26 PM

I don't get the crave teebird comparison at all

41thirty 04-10-2015 12:41 PM

For me the crave seems like a slightly seasoned DX Teebird but in premium plastic. Maybe a bit less glide though. I've always liked DX teebirds over Champ or Star so I absolutley love the Crave.

onemilemore 04-10-2015 01:17 PM

Interesting to see the initial reactions to this. Even for bionic-armed Mike C this thing is looking fairly overstable. Might have to find a local power player to toss mine for a full-spectrum review.

zendragon 04-11-2015 09:45 PM

No more reviews on the Wrath yet? I'd like to see Mike's take on a full round. Also, any chance of profile pics comparing to the Tesla?

Halcón 04-12-2015 12:56 AM

http://i1291.photobucket.com/albums/...ps7w2tkxyf.jpg

Wrath on right.

onemilemore 04-12-2015 01:38 AM

Threw a 152-gram Wrath a bit over the last few days, and it flies noticeably different than Mike's in the video.

Even at lower power, there is some slight initial turn, followed by a nice penetrating fade. It's beefy, to be sure, but a useful beefy. In fact, if I were right handed and had more use for the shot shape, I think I'd use this disc a lot.

I can throw it into a headwind and it handles fine, too, even at the lower weights.

Had a couple higher-powered friends throw it, and they were able to get even more turn out of it than I was, with nice S-curve flights.

Need to throw it more, but the light weight is a nice treat in this plastic. If you are looking for a workable Wrath and are in the low power range, snag a light one. Or, if you have a cannon and want a Wrath with some wiggle, these will be for you.


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