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Quinntastic 04-24-2017 07:43 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 07:55 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 06:23 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 02:12 AM

TDx is what I hear :)

booter 04-26-2017 10:26 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 11:46 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 (doesn’t 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 won’t 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 searching….

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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 haven’t sold out of all of them immediately. Get some more while you can!!

Discmania_Support 04-26-2017 11:54 AM

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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 01:51 AM

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

Flick Maniac 04-27-2017 04:18 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 10:37 PM

I Found half a dozen 1st run cd3 today.


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