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Old 11-26-2013, 12:37 PM
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I've been seriously thinking about using my light Zephyr on regular DG rounds.
It seems like a good approach/long putter?

I have yet to try it.

Seems very floaty and slow in a good way. Does anyone use this regularly for approaches or runs at the basket??
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Old 11-26-2013, 01:14 PM
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I'm kind of curious, could a Prometheus be considered superclass based on it's larger diameter?
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Super class must be large diameter and blunt nosed. No beveled rims.

I believe there is a PDGA list of approved superclass discs.
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All weights and plastic types come from that mold.
Super class necro...
Is the Makani considered SC? It's the same mold as the Zephyr but it does not have the 'S' classification on the approved list sheet.
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Super class necro...
Is the Makani considered SC? It's the same mold as the Zephyr but it does not have the 'S' classification on the approved list sheet.
IDK but it definitely should be. like you said, it's the exact same mold. Love that disc!

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Super class necro...
Is the Makani considered SC? It's the same mold as the Zephyr but it does not have the 'S' classification on the approved list sheet.
I thought that the Super class discs had to all weigh 175 grams or more?

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Old 08-15-2019, 03:21 PM
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Maybe the PDGA considers the Mankini a Zephyr so The mold would be approved for super class and why the Mankini does not show up on the PDGA list as a mold.
The Makani is on the list. It's not marked with the super class 'S'. That is why I'm asking.
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The Makani is on the list. It's not marked with the super class 'S'. That is why I'm asking.
See my Edtited post above.
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See my Edtited post above.
Please stop making assertions.
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Please stop making assertions.
I am not, when Super Class came out, there was an article in Flying Disc....nope nothing in article about minimum only a 200 gram max, so that seems odd from what I remember. Just in case the Mankini is not allowed wipe the stamp and pass it off as a Zephyr in very light weight, same mold so.... Ask the PDGA people about that.
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