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Old 01-08-2021, 12:53 PM
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I'm pretty unfamiliar with Kastaplast plastic so forgive me.

But does K1 plastic being opaque vs. semi-transparent matter with stability?
K1 soft the same stability as K1?

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Old 01-08-2021, 01:27 PM
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I'm pretty unfamiliar with Kastaplast plastic so forgive me.

But does K1 plastic being opaque vs. semi-transparent matter with stability?
K1 soft the same stability as K1?


Holding onto it for now, but will come back here if I decide to part with it.
I have a K1 soft (old K2) Kaxe Z and it is less stable than the K1 Kaxe Zs I own.

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Old 01-17-2021, 02:45 PM
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Since I throw speed 9's and love to throw putters as soon as i can I tend to gravitate towards the faster mids to fill the gap inbetween. Would a K1 Kaxe work as a more OS compliment to something like a Buzzz or Emac Truth? I've been looking at the Verdict but the Kaxe looks really interesting and it's more readily available in my area.
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Old 01-17-2021, 03:00 PM
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I’ve thrown a Glimmer Emac Truth, ESP Buzz and K1/K3 Kaxe’s. The Emac and Kaxe felt pretty similar to me.
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Old 01-18-2021, 06:49 PM
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Since I throw speed 9's and love to throw putters as soon as i can I tend to gravitate towards the faster mids to fill the gap inbetween. Would a K1 Kaxe work as a more OS compliment to something like a Buzzz or Emac Truth? I've been looking at the Verdict but the Kaxe looks really interesting and it's more readily available in my area.
The Kaxe flies more like a fwy driver then a mid. Faster then a Emac Truth or Buzzz.

I would personally rate the Kaxe 6/4/0/2.5 while the Emac Truth is 5/5/0/2. It's definitely faster, less glide and more fade then the Emac Truth.
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Old 01-28-2022, 10:05 PM
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anyone get a 2022 kaxe glow? i got a kaxe z glow and its super understable. nothing like a kaxe z. just wondered if the Kaxe (no z) is maybe more understable too and it would be like a normal kaxe z?
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Old 01-29-2022, 07:32 AM
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I'm pretty unfamiliar with Kastaplast plastic so forgive me.

But does K1 plastic being opaque vs. semi-transparent matter with stability?
K1 soft the same stability as K1?
Generally speaking, I believe the main opinion is that the opaque K1 normally is a bit more understable (less stable) than the translucent and that the K1 soft is generally a bit more understable (less stable) than K1.

But as with everything else with discs, you can never be sure, but I believe the above could be used as a rule of thumb.
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anyone get a 2022 kaxe glow? i got a kaxe z glow and its super understable. nothing like a kaxe z. just wondered if the Kaxe (no z) is maybe more understable too and it would be like a normal kaxe z?

Good for hyzer flips through tunnels or just unpredictable?
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Old 01-29-2022, 12:00 PM
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What does a normal Kaxe Z fly like? I have owned two - the first was mildly understable and mild fade. The second was slightly understable but with a hard dumpy fade.
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Old 01-29-2022, 02:08 PM
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What does a normal Kaxe Z fly like? I have owned two - the first was mildly understable and mild fade. The second was slightly understable but with a hard dumpy fade.
All 3 of mine over the years I think are close to flight numbers out of the box. Very close to the Kaxe in flight, just holds straight a bit more. Never had one really turn.

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