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ThrowaEnvy 03-31-2019 09:36 PM

Yeah I take back the Proxy comment..

I played the Vertex today for Sunday doubles, it held some long fantastic anhyzers and did some great hyzer-straight upshots. Probably at the 150 - 250' range mostly. Total overlap but useful.. Threaded some 10' gaps, still reasonably pleased with it. Yes its putter distance but it's fun to throw and the putts were drop ins.

Used my electron soft spin rather than proton to force extra Vertex use... hit an amazing 80' upshot birdie with it and some great 100' anhyzers. 22 under for 27 holes and first.

The Wave has become a very welcome bag addition... it's pairing great with the 143 fission Photon. Did all my distance drives with it.

elmexdela 03-31-2019 09:51 PM

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Originally Posted by jakebake91 (Post 3435090)
Never thrown a buzzz, but bag an alias. It's just an absolutely dead straight disc. In my set-up, it's my longer anode. No turn, no fade, just dead nuts straight.

i would hate for you to throw a buzz cuz then youll be tracking down a stack of them

elmexdela 03-31-2019 09:52 PM

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Originally Posted by ThrowaEnvy (Post 3435245)
Yeah I take back the Proxy comment..

I played the Vertex today for Sunday doubles, it held some long fantastic anhyzers and did some great hyzer-straight upshots. Probably at the 150 - 250' range mostly. Total overlap but useful.. Threaded some 10' gaps, still reasonably pleased with it. Yes its putter distance but it's fun to throw and the putts were drop ins.

Used my electron soft spin rather than proton to force extra Vertex use... hit an amazing 80' upshot birdie with it and some great 100' anhyzers. 22 under for 27 holes and first.

The Wave has become a very welcome bag addition... it's pairing great with the 143 fission Photon. Did all my distance drives with it.

i just was gifted a n wave pretty easy d disc maybe like a longer insanity its not in the bag but it made the trunk

elmexdela 03-31-2019 09:53 PM

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Originally Posted by brutalbrutus (Post 3434985)
^Entropy skipped pretty good in that vid...

would skip better if it had slicker plastic tho

wolfmandragon 03-31-2019 11:32 PM

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Originally Posted by elmexdela (Post 3435250)
i would hate for you to throw a buzz cuz then youll be tracking down a stack of them

As much as I love Wasps and Comets, I jad rather throw an Alias anyday over a Buzzz.

I keep forgetting the Alias is a mid, it feels, and flies, like a putter to me...and it's back in the bag.

brutalbrutus 04-01-2019 04:23 AM


Moose33 04-01-2019 09:34 AM

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Originally Posted by elmexdela (Post 3435250)
i would hate for you to throw a buzz cuz then youll be tracking down a stack of them

Iíve have had a few Buzzz and tried to like them but just canít manage to. Feels okay, but I canít get the flight I want regularly.

discerdoo 04-01-2019 11:26 AM

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I really dig a couple of MVP molds, generally have at least one Tesla and Inertia in the bag. Can't say I love the durability of the overmold though. Below are 2 Teslas, both purchased new, both with serious damage from single hard but typical tree smacks. I worked on the pink one with a lighter and light sanding for a while. The other is fresh from yesterday with shards of wood still embedded.

Champion type plastic is obviously far more durable but star/ESP is noticably more durable in my experience. This kinda shixt makes the PD a safer option for the Tesla slot and my beat P line PDs for the Inertia slot. MVP seems to be forcing mold minimization on me. 😮 I don't mind some nicks and scratches but large gouges generally get a disc booted from my bag, call me anal.

brutalbrutus 04-01-2019 11:29 AM

Ehh, that's nothing. I've got a couple discs in my bag that look worse than that and they still fly more or less the same as before they got that way.

discerdoo 04-01-2019 11:40 AM

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Originally Posted by brutalbrutus (Post 3435454)
Ehh, that's nothing. I've got a couple discs in my bag that look worse than that and they still fly more or less the same as before they got that way.

Yeah but other plastics don't gouge as easily, prove me wrong. It bugs the shixt out of me when I feel it lining up a shot. Both of these lost some stability and I like my Teslas OS. Wonder how they'll fly with matching gouges on opposite sides, it's only a matter of time.


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