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Crosslap Discgolf Parks, a new disc manufacturer in Germany, recently submitted the Credo for PDGA testing. Test measurements are listed below.

Credo
Outside diameter: 21.7 cm
Inside rim diameter: 19.3 cm
Height: 2.0 cm
Rim depth: 1.6 cm
Rim thickness: 1.2 cm
Flight plate thickness: 0.3 cm
Flight plate to rim plane distance: 1.7 cm
Flexibility rating: 7.26 kg
Rim configuration rating: 49.75
Maximum weight allowed: 180.1 g
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Anybody speak German?

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WTF is this ferris thing? I went to Ferris for undergrad and theres only one dgc within 20 miles of ferris... I'm confused...
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I translated the site through Babel Fish and was delighted by the link to their web store.


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Discgolf shop

We do not only plan professionally Discgolf parks, but offer also everything approximately around our sport!
Discgolf disks are the most important beside the baskets, which needs our sport. Get in our shop
It everything that needs the Discgolf heart. And much more besides you can order disks, mini marker, bags here.

Here it goes to the Discgolf shop!
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WTF is this ferris thing? I went to Ferris for undergrad and theres only one dgc within 20 miles of ferris... I'm confused...
they are going for some kind of record, i think it was most discs i the air at the same time. in order to qualify the disc used has to be approved. i believe they designed their own disc for this record.
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they are going for some kind of record, i think it was most discs i the air at the same time. in order to qualify the disc used has to be approved. i believe they designed their own disc for this record.
Ferris obviously ran out of tequila and busch light for a week and had to find something else to do besides river tubing and drunken party sex.
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Hmm, Google Chrome translates it fairly well, but there doesn't seem to be any info about that disc on their site. The "shop" link takes you to their online disc store, which has a lot of discs from different manufacturers but not their own.

Also, not sure if this is part of the translation, but they are called "Throwing Wheels" and "Approach Plates", hehe.
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Crosslap Discgolf Parks, a new disc manufacturer in Germany, recently submitted the Credo for PDGA testing. Test measurements are listed below.

Credo
Outside diameter: 21.7 cm
Inside rim diameter: 19.3 cm
Height: 2.0 cm
Rim depth: 1.6 cm
Rim thickness: 1.2 cm
Flight plate thickness: 0.3 cm
Flight plate to rim plane distance: 1.7 cm
Flexibility rating: 7.26 kg
Rim configuration rating: 49.75
Maximum weight allowed: 180.1 g
Well, a Rim Thickness of 1.2 cm puts it in the same range as the Mako, Shark, Whippet, Coyote, etc.. roughly in the speed 4 category. It's wide-diameter, too, again suggesting a mid-range disc.

The rim depth of 1.6 cm is a little interesting, though.. that's deeper than most Innova discs.. more like that of a lid (traditional frisbee) or polecat.

A midrange Polecat, anyone?
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