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Old 03-13-2017, 05:26 PM
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i would say aero amazing disc specially if you can get couple in star. they last forever but the dx will be easier to dry get grip back..
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Old 03-13-2017, 05:34 PM
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I honestly have not thrown any putters that fly like the Nova. That disc is so incredibly stubborn. When thrown properly it will absolutely not deviate from the release angle until the very end when it starts running out of spin. The closest disc to the Nova that I've thrown is a seasoned Wizard (the ones with the higher shoulder that start out a bit more overstable). Once you beat the fade out of those Wizards they are just as stubborn as a Nova. The only difference is the Nova holds the true line better at low power (the Wizard will want to fade a little at low power). At full power the Wizard has a longer distance potential than the Nova while retaining the same stable/true flight characteristics.

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