Thread: [Latitude] Anchor (midrange)
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Old 01-31-2017, 02:19 PM
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I got to throw the anchor a little bit yesterday, and I was actually quite impressed.

I didn't have much time, it was maybe 20 degrees and snow on the ground, and almost dark, but I got maybe 10-20 throws in.

With 250 ft. of power thrown flat, it stayed flat for most of the flight, and gently glide-faded to the ground. About 230 straight, and then another 30 ft of soft fade, ending about 15-20 ft off the thrown angle.

On an anny with the same amount of power, the disc stayed on an angle for half the flight, flipped back to flat, and gently glided to the left, maybe 5 feet off the given angle, 260-280 feet.

On a hyzer, the disc did not flip up at all, but didn't dump either. It held the hyzer all the way to the ground, all the way to about 230-250 feet.

Hope this review helped, maybe I can post some profile shots later.

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