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Old 04-15-2017, 11:07 PM
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Lmao 8.99 for a 07 ontario roc. What is a 2013 cfr glow roc3 worth?
About treefity.

Seriously though, is it domey? Is it used? If yes and no, you may be able to get as much as $25 or $30 from the right person. This would have been the first (or at least near first) run of the Glow Roc3s and some people say they are more stable than other runs. There is a 2013 USDGC Glow Roc3 up for bid on Ebay right now. I guess you can watch that price and maybe subtract off a few dollars since yours isn't USDGC which tends to drive value of any disc up a bit.
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Old 04-15-2017, 11:15 PM
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What is a 2013 cfr glow roc3 worth?
One sold for $13.50 back in January. So like I said, right buyer. I would not expect to get more than $20 and I certainly would not pay more than that personally.
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Old 04-16-2017, 05:48 PM
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Has anyone thrown a flat top Champion USDGC Rancho Roc? How do they compare to Champion USDGC Rancho Rocs with some dome? The tourney I was at yesterday had around ten Champion 2016 USDGC Rancho Rocs for sale. One of them was a flat topped Color Glow Champ. It was the only flat one there. I used some of my funny money to get a different one that had a small dome. I have a few USDGC Rancho Rocs but I've never owned/thrown a flat one. The TD told me the flat one would be more overstable than the ones with some dome. I didn't trust his word, so I just went with what I'm use to (slight dome). Are flat Champion Rocs really more beefy or are they pretty much a Roc3? I couldn't justify $40 going to what seemed to just be an expensive Champion Roc3.
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Old 04-17-2017, 11:28 AM
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I've never seen a true flattop champ roc (might exist but I haven't seen one). I'd snap one up if I had the chance.

Yes, flattop rocs in dx and kc are generally straight stable as opposed to slightly overstable, except for those that aren't. Not a satisfying answer, but it's the reality. I don't throw flattops because they don't season well, but I like them fine when shiny new as straight flyers. If I could get a flattop champ, that might be a great disc if it flew like a new base flattop and stayed that way.
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Old 04-17-2017, 11:46 AM
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I've never seen a true flattop champ roc (might exist but I haven't seen one). I'd snap one up if I had the chance.

Yes, flattop rocs in dx and kc are generally straight stable as opposed to slightly overstable, except for those that aren't. Not a satisfying answer, but it's the reality. I don't throw flattops because they don't season well, but I like them fine when shiny new as straight flyers. If I could get a flattop champ, that might be a great disc if it flew like a new base flattop and stayed that way.
The off-white pearly gummy 04 Ring of Rocs I have is as flat as any FT Roc I've ever seen. It's a Zone in terms of stability. I've heard the uber-expensive Kenny glows are just as flat and overstable.
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Old 04-17-2017, 03:01 PM
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The two Kenny Glows I've seen and thrown were flat and OS.
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Old 04-17-2017, 03:07 PM
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So did I miss out on this year's usdgc champs? I'm hoping there are some x-outs or double stamps to be had at some poiny
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Old 04-17-2017, 05:06 PM
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So did I miss out on this year's usdgc champs? I'm hoping there are some x-outs or double stamps to be had at some poiny
Nah, pretty sure they haven't gone on sale to the general public yet. You can pay some amount of money each year ($50 I think?) to be a "USDGC Partner" and then you get access to buy them early. You can actually see the listing for at least one of the stamps on DGU right now with Big Jerm's sig on it (http://dgustore.com/index.php/2017-u...-the-maze.html), but it says they're still only available for partners to buy. They will put whatever is left on sale to non partners at some point and they usually make F2's available around the same time as well.
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Ffffffffffuuuuuuuuuck

I might have to go back to throwing rocs for a bit.

On a whim i asked to throw my friend's beaten up dx roc today and it flew so magically. I threw it without any point of reference. Just kinda looked at it, guessed correctly the stability and had the easiest 3 on a somewhat tricky hole. (hole 3 at acorn, for reference). Threw it from a standstill on a slight hyzer, watched it flip up a tiny bit and drift around the corner.

It's hard to switch when you bag comets, man...they're both sooooooo gooooooood.

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Old 05-21-2017, 09:02 PM
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...On a whim i asked to throw my friend's beaten up dx roc today and it flew so magically.
The mythical Innova ROC is mythical and magical.
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