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Hey, so is it just me, or does Pinnacle plastic seem like a blend somewhere in between Champion and Star, which is a really good thing?
I like it a lot anyway.
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So..
Instead of bumping my thread uselessly.
I thought I would include the most interesting comment from a thread I came across when googling
"Pinnacle plastic Comparison" Pulled from an old dead thread.

"As for comparing Pinnacle to Champion, I think this is an incredibly poor comparison. I understand that all other comparisons have been used up and what is there left to compare Pinnacle to? However, I would compare Pinnacle to Gold Line but with a softer feel in the grip. More accurately, in feel and appearance it reminds me of rock candy.

As far as I know the Pinnacle plastic is only one chemical molecule away from being Champion, but even that little difference makes a world of difference between how a Champion and Pinnacle feels in my hand. Especially when new, Champion feels slick and hard, requiring the driest and most solid contact to get a good grip. Pinnacle feels softer in my grip; not on the level of Pro, but it almost does feel like it could melt into your grip. Thankfully Pinnacle seems to be a million times more durable than Pro."
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Old 09-02-2013, 08:21 AM
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Sounds like you answered your own question.
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It varies, just like every other plastic. I've had pinnacle that was nice and tacky. I've had more pinnacle that was hard and slick, though.
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I have seven Pinnacle discs and they're all grippy, durable and look great. The Icon plastic seems really good too. I skipped on off of a path and expected it to be gouged, but there wasn't a scratch on it.
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I've seen many many pinnacle discs and to me it is clearly just a nice champion-esque blend. Almost always super pearly, usually a little stiffer and gripper than standard 12x champ. I would not consider it in between standard 12x champ and star personally. I really love it because I like a good grippy, stiff, durable champ plastic and the amazing look they achieve is a bonus. If you're like most of my friends and like a much more supple champ then I think sparkly legend plastic would be more up your alley but I've only felt one before and I can't remember what it was like.
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