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Discmania_Support 01-10-2018 05:41 PM

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Originally Posted by Owensjef (Post 3256171)
Are the infinitediscs.com VIP SERIES s-cd3 the same run as the new production release?

If you want to email us a picture of the disc at store@discmania.net we can check it out. The main indicator between the First Run and Second Run discs are the FR ones have a small raised bubble in the very center of the discs. Hopefully that's enough to clear it up for you.
The current run does not and has an even dome across the disc.

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Originally Posted by B The V (Post 3255055)
P or D line p3x's? Will those happen soon?

There will definitely be another version of the P3x in a new plastic at some point this year!

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Originally Posted by bogeyfreetilinfinity (Post 3254960)
are new discmania discs embossed with disc names or penned? just curious

Not for this year. 2019 may be a possibility for that sort of thing.

Monocacy 01-10-2018 07:57 PM

Also looking for S-FDs in the mid-160s, and have been looking for a while.

What's up Discmania?

discerdoo 01-10-2018 11:00 PM

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Originally Posted by Monocacy (Post 3261205)
Also looking for S-FDs in the mid-160s, and have been looking for a while.

What's up Discmania?

Yeah, me too.

Owensjef 01-11-2018 07:02 AM

Great thanks. My s line is a 2nd run, and my c line is a 1st.

Discmania_Support 01-11-2018 11:00 AM

Discmania Support Reply
 
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Originally Posted by Jenga54 (Post 3261144)
I stock C-FDs. And hundreds of others.. :) S-FD on the other hand have been out quite a while, will have my hands on them the minute they come back with a new restock!

We do have a good bit of each if you are interested. Orange I believe is the only color available in S-Line at the moment but they are quite nice.

https://store.discmania.net/index.ph...y-drivers.html

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Originally Posted by Alexplz (Post 3261122)
Why am I having such a hard time finding sites with stock of C FDs and D FDs?

We do have S and C-Line FD's online and have had them available for some time. I'll list the link for you below.

https://store.discmania.net/index.ph...y-drivers.html

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Originally Posted by SD86 (Post 3258430)
Just got my S-Line CD3 and got a chance to throw it today. It flew well in rather windy conditions, and the Tern did not leave the CD3 behind. Ill keep working with it, but it's a good honeymoon period, so far. Good mold.

Great to hear that you are working with the CD3! We are pleased with how this production run turned out so definitely keep on chucking and we will have more for you when you need them.

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Originally Posted by roneil (Post 3257801)
Any chances there will be another swirly s line PD run?! These have become a staple in my bag and while I could probably just use a regular s line, there's something about that swirly plastic that flies so nice!

Swirl PD's will not return for some time most likely. We did, however, add some more good color combos to the website yesterday that you will be happy with.

https://store.discmania.net/index.ph...s-line-pd.html

Monocacy 01-11-2018 11:16 AM

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Originally Posted by Discmania_Support (Post 3261424)
We do have S and C-Line FD's online and have had them available for some time. I'll list the link for you below.

https://store.discmania.net/index.ph...y-drivers.html

Thank you for the link. I checked and unfortunately the weights jump from 150 to 175. I am looking for S-Line FDs around 165-166. Those have been unavailable for quite a while.

Any plans to run more 165ish S-Line FDs? If not I will need to find a replacement when I run out of backups. I would very much prefer to stick with the S-FD because it is a wonderful disc that I have been throwing for years.

Thanks!

SD86 01-11-2018 02:47 PM

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Originally Posted by Monocacy (Post 3261429)
Thank you for the link. I checked and unfortunately the weights jump from 150 to 175. I am looking for S-Line FDs around 165-166. Those have been unavailable for quite a while.

Any plans to run more 165ish S-Line FDs? If not I will need to find a replacement when I run out of backups. I would very much prefer to stick with the S-FD because it is a wonderful disc that I have been throwing for years.

Thanks!

Ditto that for me. I prefer discs in the mid-160s, as well. Please think of us when making production runs. :thmbup:

blammo 01-12-2018 03:01 AM

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Originally Posted by SD86 (Post 3261565)
Ditto that for me. I prefer discs in the mid-160s, as well. Please think of us when making production runs. :thmbup:

Me too! No C-CD2s under 171g. Pleeeeeease post more?

askoa 01-15-2018 03:11 PM

Got a Color glow FD from the mystery box this christmas. So are these going to come into regular production? Or maybe a signature or tour series edition? Any info on when that might be? Love the added stability on these! Currently bag a c-glow, c-line, and double wing printed p-line. Keep up the good work!

Discmania_Support 01-18-2018 05:55 PM

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Quote:

Originally Posted by Monocacy (Post 3261429)
Thank you for the link. I checked and unfortunately the weights jump from 150 to 175. I am looking for S-Line FDs around 165-166. Those have been unavailable for quite a while.

Any plans to run more 165ish S-Line FDs? If not I will need to find a replacement when I run out of backups. I would very much prefer to stick with the S-FD because it is a wonderful disc that I have been throwing for years.

Thanks!

Sorry about the lack of preferable weights on those. We have placed orders across the board for just about everything so it is just a matter of time before we have things like those again. There is a very large order about to be delivered with some good things like D-P2's and necessary discs but those light FD's are not in the mix just yet. We are working on it.

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Originally Posted by SD86 (Post 3261565)
Ditto that for me. I prefer discs in the mid-160s, as well. Please think of us when making production runs. :thmbup:

We have placed orders for just about everything and need to wait until those are done. Most weights should be available in the coming months for many molds, save for 150 class in most of them.

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Originally Posted by blammo (Post 3261803)
Me too! No C-CD2s under 171g. Pleeeeeease post more?

Coming soon, we promise. We are trying to produce just about everything in all weights at the moment so it will just be a matter of time.

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Originally Posted by askoa (Post 3263099)
Got a Color glow FD from the mystery box this christmas. So are these going to come into regular production? Or maybe a signature or tour series edition? Any info on when that might be? Love the added stability on these! Currently bag a c-glow, c-line, and double wing printed p-line. Keep up the good work!

The Color Glow FD will likely return in some form this year. We can't say when, but there should certainly be a version of it released. Stay tuned...

Anthony_G 01-19-2018 11:34 AM

My once a month post is due.. Any updates on a new D-Line P3 run?

turniphead 01-21-2018 01:21 AM

I'm in search of those K-P2s or KP-Line P2s, whatever you want to call them. Any possibility those are on the horizon? I love my P2s, but the limited availability on all these runs kicks my ass.

King K 01-21-2018 09:45 AM

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Originally Posted by turniphead (Post 3265651)
I'm in search of those K-P2s or KP-Line P2s, whatever you want to call them. Any possibility those are on the horizon? I love my P2s, but the limited availability on all these runs kicks my ass.

Kp2 are what they were marked when they ran the P2s in pro, people like them because they were a very stiff blend. The current run of p2s (especially the seafoam ones) are very stiff as well. You can find current run p2s that feel very similar to the Kp2s and they wont cost an arm and a leg. The K was for KC Pro, but then they just started marking them P for Pro.

Jenga54 01-21-2018 09:52 AM

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Originally Posted by King K (Post 3265688)
Kp2 are what they were marked when they ran the P2s in pro, people like them because they were a very stiff blend. The current run of p2s (especially the seafoam ones) are very stiff as well. You can find current run p2s that feel very similar to the Kp2s and they wont cost an arm and a leg. The K was for KC Pro, but then they just started marking them P for Pro.

P for Performance

discerdoo 01-21-2018 10:05 AM

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Originally Posted by Jenga54 (Post 3265690)
P for Performance

Tomato, tomahto

thursdaddy 01-21-2018 08:55 PM

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Originally Posted by turniphead (Post 3265651)
I'm in search of those K-P2s or KP-Line P2s, whatever you want to call them. Any possibility those are on the horizon? I love my P2s, but the limited availability on all these runs kicks my ass.

I too have love for the the KP2 and have asked the same question a few months ago.. While a little pricey, the Imperial Eagle Glow P-P2's are very similar. Nice and stiff.

turniphead 01-23-2018 03:31 PM

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Originally Posted by thursdaddy (Post 3266020)
I too have love for the the KP2 and have asked the same question a few months ago.. While a little pricey, the Imperial Eagle Glow P-P2's are very similar. Nice and stiff.

Thanks for the tip. I do have a couple Imperial Eagles, and they're in my bag at the moment. I like them a lot, even with the crazy $20 a pop price tag. I read somewhere that the old K-P2s were as hard/stiff as KC-Pro Aviars, that's why I was asking about them. Like I said, I like the Imperial Eagles, but they are def not as hard as the pair of KC-Pros I have.

It's not the biggest deal in the world, but a man can dream right?

Discmania_Support 01-23-2018 05:43 PM

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Originally Posted by Anthony_G (Post 3265001)
My once a month post is due.. Any updates on a new D-Line P3 run?

They will definitely be another run soon. We have many molds across the board being made at the moment and the P3 unfortunately was not as high on the priority list compared to things like the P2, for example. Not to say that the P3 is not an important disc but production takes a long time and we need to pick our battles. We are checking on our reserve stock to see if we can get some D-P3's right away.

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Originally Posted by thursdaddy (Post 3266020)
I too have love for the the KP2 and have asked the same question a few months ago.. While a little pricey, the Imperial Eagle Glow P-P2's are very similar. Nice and stiff.

We really like the Eagle Glow P2's as well. Definitely the next best thing to the fabled KP2 for sure!

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Originally Posted by turniphead (Post 3266844)
Thanks for the tip. I do have a couple Imperial Eagles, and they're in my bag at the moment. I like them a lot, even with the crazy $20 a pop price tag. I read somewhere that the old K-P2s were as hard/stiff as KC-Pro Aviars, that's why I was asking about them. Like I said, I like the Imperial Eagles, but they are def not as hard as the pair of KC-Pros I have.

It's not the biggest deal in the world, but a man can dream right?

They are not quite as stiff as the KP2's were but should ultimately have a pretty similar grip, which we found to be a nice touch. Both glow versions of the P2 last year turned out to be a great run.

turniphead 01-23-2018 06:37 PM

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Both glow versions of the P2 last year turned out to be a great run.
Amen to that! I used the D-Lines several times this year during the extreme cold, and I adore those Glow Eagles. Thanks for those! Over time I've noticed that more and more of my bag is becoming Discmania. Not because I don't like other discs, but I just love what you guys do. Keep it up!

Flick Maniac 01-24-2018 03:44 AM

Now that you have the plastic nailed down, please run some glow D/P-line P1xs and P3xs please!

Jbultman 01-25-2018 01:22 PM

MD3 plastics?
 
What's the difference in flight characteristics between the p-line and swirly s-line MD3?

himynameisron 01-25-2018 04:00 PM

Just dropping in to request a less premium plastic md4 again. D-Line would be ideal but p-line would be great too.

Flick Maniac 01-26-2018 12:53 AM

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Originally Posted by Jbultman (Post 3267531)
What's the difference in flight characteristics between the p-line and swirly s-line MD3?

P lines are straighter, especially after they beat in a little. My go-to tunnel shot disc.

Not to say that the S-line would be OS much, but it does have fade.

Jbultman 01-26-2018 05:05 AM

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Originally Posted by Flick Maniac (Post 3267774)
P lines are straighter, especially after they beat in a little. My go-to tunnel shot disc.

Not to say that the S-line would be OS much, but it does have fade.

Thanks. I'm looking for something to fall between my c-line md3 and star mako3. I carry a couple glow and c-line md3s so I would prefer to stay with them instead of going to something else. Just a different plastic

B The V 01-26-2018 02:19 PM

The S line would probably fill that slot a little better unless you don't mind cycling the P Lines.

mojorisin35 01-26-2018 04:03 PM

Any absolutely new discs coming in 2018 to the Discmania line up?

suggestion something along the line of a speed 4 glide 3 turn 0 fade 2?

and BTW love my Discmania toque there seems to be two runs one with a bright orange pom pom on top and one without cool stuff.

Flick Maniac 01-27-2018 11:29 AM

I am fairly sure the pompoms were postproduction by someone else

mojorisin35 01-27-2018 06:37 PM

Limited Edition Discmania Toque
 
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Originally Posted by Flick Maniac (Post 3268191)
I am fairly sure the pompoms were postproduction by someone else

Ooooh limited edition!

Jbultman 01-27-2018 10:08 PM

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Originally Posted by B The V (Post 3267920)
The S line would probably fill that slot a little better unless you don't mind cycling the P Lines.

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Originally Posted by Flick Maniac (Post 3267774)
P lines are straighter, especially after they beat in a little. My go-to tunnel shot disc.

Not to say that the S-line would be OS much, but it does have fade.


What about metal flake md3? Less stable or more stable than the swirly s-line or c-line?
Thanks again!

rusch_bag 01-28-2018 08:52 AM

Why is it so hard to find normal production discmania discs even on the biggest disc golf retailers websites?

ILUVSMGS18 01-28-2018 08:57 PM

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Originally Posted by rusch_bag (Post 3268444)
Why is it so hard to find normal production discmania discs even on the biggest disc golf retailers websites?

More people throw them than they can provide for. Stop telling everyone about how great the FD, PD, P2, CD2, DDX, PD2, etc. are, and you might be able to find some.

thursdaddy 01-31-2018 03:24 PM

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Originally Posted by Jbultman (Post 3268358)
What about metal flake md3? Less stable or more stable than the swirly s-line or c-line?
Thanks again!

Its been a long time (and a lot of form progression) since throwing a new C-line MD3 and I have not thrown a swirly S-Line but I do have a MF MD3 that I love. It was stable out of the box with no turn, good glide and reliable fade. It actually beat in faster than I expected being MF and all but its really turned into a dependable disc that I use for hyzer flip straight shots and big anny lines. Since losing some stability I've cycled in a new glow eagle MD3 and its like falling in love all over again.

My personal opinion w/ the MD3's I own:

Glow > MF / C-line (similar) > Driver PRO > G-Line > P-Line

Regarding availability... I'd probably start with Glow and just cycle them as you beat them in ;)

B The V 02-01-2018 01:50 PM

Pretty excited to throw my DP MD3's. Interested in how they will hold up vs the original and second run P lines. (or maybe there are more that 2 runs)

hurricaine 02-02-2018 10:49 AM

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Originally Posted by thursdaddy (Post 3269862)
Its been a long time (and a lot of form progression) since throwing a new C-line MD3 and I have not thrown a swirly S-Line but I do have a MF MD3 that I love. It was stable out of the box with no turn, good glide and reliable fade. It actually beat in faster than I expected being MF and all but its really turned into a dependable disc that I use for hyzer flip straight shots and big anny lines. Since losing some stability I've cycled in a new glow eagle MD3 and its like falling in love all over again.

My personal opinion w/ the MD3's I own:

Glow > MF / C-line (similar) > Driver PRO > G-Line > P-Line

Regarding availability... I'd probably start with Glow and just cycle them as you beat them in ;)


My metal flakes are noticeably more flat than C line, similair to the eagles. Except the MF seem muchhhhh more flippy than other plastics. I have a bright pink one and its my out of the box turnover mid

thursdaddy 02-02-2018 01:32 PM

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Originally Posted by hurricaine (Post 3270512)
My metal flakes are noticeably more flat than C line, similair to the eagles. Except the MF seem muchhhhh more flippy than other plastics. I have a bright pink one and its my out of the box turnover mid

Interesting, I have two blue MF with wing stamps and they both have a little dome compared to my glow MD3s.. I've only thrown one of them but like i mentioned it was pretty stable out of box and beat in quickly. Maybe you just throw with more power than me ;)

B The V 02-02-2018 01:52 PM

How long before we see a new release from Discmania??

discerdoo 02-02-2018 01:59 PM

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Originally Posted by B The V (Post 3270590)
How long before we see a new release from Discmania??

Hopefully not before we see some new runs of S-FD and S-PD.

mgamache8 02-02-2018 02:04 PM

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Originally Posted by B The V (Post 3270590)
How long before we see a new release from Discmania??

The pdx is supposedly getting a production release soon

turniphead 02-02-2018 06:16 PM

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Originally Posted by thursdaddy (Post 3269862)
It actually beat in faster than I expected being MF and all but its really turned into a dependable disc that I use for hyzer flip straight shots and big anny lines.

I recently read a theory regarding MF discs and how they beat in a little faster and more thoroughly than regular plastic. The thousands of little tiny pieces of metal suspended in the plastic actually break the plastic chains on a molecular level. Every time these discs are thrown and have an impact on the ground or a tree, the tiny flakes of glitter move slightly more than particles of plastic would.

I don't know how true this is, but it made sense to me. Everyone who has bagged a MF disc for an extended period of time knows how amazing they feel once you beat them in. Food for thought!

B The V 02-02-2018 10:27 PM

I have a tough time believing the glitter inside MF discs does anything to speed up or even out wear.

I'm interested in what new mold is coming out. DD3? FDX? Something different than that?


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