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Old 07-28-2017, 06:57 PM
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Is this bad boy more or less overstable than the Nitro? It seems like a pissed off Octane, but some people have made me think it's more OS.
It's like a seasoned Nitro. It's still quite OS, way more than any Octane I've thrown, but carries a bit further before fading conpared to the Nitro.
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I've been really impressed with the 23mm class of discs.
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I threw a Panic for the first time today. Neutron plastic. Unknown weight.

Based on what I read, I was expecting something very similar to MVP's Dimension. The Panic flew similar, but not exactly like the Dimension. I found the Panic to be a hair more understable and longer than the Dimension. Thrown hard I'd see just a little turn with the Panic. It also held the flat part of the flight longer than the Dimension, and didn't have quite as harsh of a late fade.

The Panic is definitely speed 14. This disc sizzles through the air with authority and stands up to headwinds well. For me it flies like a faster Defender or beefy Boss. Not a disc for beginners. To get a decent flight out of the Panic you'll probably need at least 375' power. My top distance with it today was about 400'. The Panic is a long driver, but it isn't effortless distance. The disc doesn't glide spectacularly, and you'll have to earn the distance with sheer arm power. Honestly, I feel like the Panic is a great driver for guys who throw Octanes, but want something with just a tad more beef to it.

I personally liked the Panic a lot, but I wouldn't recommend it to new players or short throwers. Its a fairly beefy driver that takes a fair amount of power to flatten out.

Panic: 14, 5, -0.5, 3. Just a tiny hint of high speed turn on hard throws. Mellower late fade than the Dimension. The Panic can be a very long disc for big arms. This is a driver that can handle pro level power.
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