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Old 01-18-2016, 01:01 AM
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Default Inertia vs. Wave

What are the differences between these two discs?
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Old 01-18-2016, 02:04 AM
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Physically, the Wave is 21.5mm rim (roughly speed 11.5 in Innova terms) vs the Inertia at 20mm (spd 10). In different plastics and weights, each mold can accomplish a variety of tasks, but each is primarily a stable-understable distance driver.

In my experience, I am able to get a 168g Proton Wave to hold a long turn moreso than with my 170g Proton Inertia and both are good to flip for a straight lines. If I was looking for a bit more control I'd select the Inertia, for a bit of extra D, the Wave.
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Old 01-18-2016, 04:01 AM
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As said, Wave is faster and more understable.
If you would play a round with just a few discs, Inertia would be more versatile.
Wave is more situational, but works great if you need a fast understable slot.
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Weight really matters with both of these discs. At max and new, both will be more workable than flippy, unless you have a 400+ all day cannon.

But I've got a pretty beat in Prot Inertia that's about 168-170 and the flippiest driver in my bag.
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My wife was bagging both. She would turn over the 174g proton wave really easy. The 168g proton inertia gives her a nice s turn. She actually took the wave out of her bag because it turns over so much.
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Here she is driving with her Inertia. She's the first girl they show in the video driving.

http://www.myeasttex.com/news/local-...olf-tournament
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