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Old 03-25-2018, 09:52 AM
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When it came out, i heard from Discmania that it was a monster bottom
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Old 08-31-2018, 05:39 PM
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Threw a PDX today a few times. Champion plastic, 175g.

Disc is beefy and seems to be true to the flight numbers. I threw the PDX hard several times and it held firm with no hint of high speed turn. It doesn't glide exceptionally well and I thought it flew sluggishly/slowly for a speed 11 disc. The PDX didn't fly flat for long before wanting to fade. It has a significant late fade.

Good disc for medium length precision driving. The PDX went where I aimed it and wasn't hard to learn. It seems unaffected by light wind.

I guess I'd compare it to a faster Starfire or a slower XCal. Its a speed 11 driver with marginal glide and a lot of beef. Big arm players probably love the PDX. It can be thrown exceptionally hard and not flip over. This disc won't win any distance competitions.

PDX: 11, 4, 0, 3. These are the exact numbers printed on the disc and I agree with them. Not a disc for wimpy arms.
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Old 08-31-2018, 05:43 PM
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Probably make a decent forehand disc for me. The DD is one that fills that "longer than a Firebird but more controllable than a Destroyer" role for me. Wonder how it compares to the PDX...
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Old 08-31-2018, 06:19 PM
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C-Lines are definitely like a mini-PD2, especially when new.

I have an S-PDX that's been in my bag for a while now that I got from one of the fundraiser tournaments. It's well beaten in and still has incredible high speed stability, but the fade has definitely mellowed out. At this point in its lifespan it's like a perfectly new, albeit faster, old school PD. I throw it alongside my CD3's when I need something faster/longer than an FD that will not turnover in any sort of wind.

I wish DM would drop some production S-Lines, but I'm sure they're much too busy trying to decide which disc gets the next glamour stamp they'll overcharge for.

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