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Old 12-11-2018, 03:45 PM
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I will definitely be trying this one out. Hopefully it is a good mold and they produce it in K3 ASAP
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Old 12-11-2018, 08:32 PM
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Kymen Modig (their sponsored pro) mentioned that it flies like a slower Kaxe Z and was more stable then he expected. He mentioned that he isn't sure that it will make his bag since it is between his Reko and Kaxes and he doesn't see a hole there. He wouldn't give more detail.
I love the Kaxe but it doesn't fit my bag with speed 7 fairways. If this is a shorter Kaxe it sounds about perfect for me, looking forward to trying it out. Would love it in glow and in K3.
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Old 12-11-2018, 08:57 PM
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If you had to throw an all-Kasta bag then I could see the dilemma, but the Kaxe & Kaze Z are between my 5 speed mids and 7 speed fairways, so *I'LL* be looking forward to checking out the Göte to see if it can give my MD3/MD4 setup a run for their money. Love Kastaplast plastic!
I threw a kaxe z for a while great disc but It just couldn’t stay in the bag because I didn’t have a use for it. Kaxe on the other hand fits nicely between my buzzz and pds. I used to bag a tee bird but rarely threw it
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Old 12-11-2018, 08:58 PM
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I love the Kaxe but it doesn't fit my bag with speed 7 fairways. If this is a shorter Kaxe it sounds about perfect for me, looking forward to trying it out. Would love it in glow and in K3.
I took teebirds out but still bag an fd for 7 speeds. I throw a k1 and k3 kaxe fits between my pd and buzzz
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Old 12-11-2018, 11:25 PM
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It’s an old nordic name, doesn’t really mean anything...kastaplast discnames is all over the place.
An aspect of their naming system that I don't see acknowledged is that every mold is a 4 letter word (excepting Z and X). Can't be a coincidence at this point, and it must limit their options.
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Old 12-12-2018, 01:16 AM
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An aspect of their naming system that I don't see acknowledged is that every mold is a 4 letter word (excepting Z and X). Can't be a coincidence at this point, and it must limit their options.
Lots of 4 letter words in Swedish, not to hard to find a theme

But i like the names, but strange to hear Americans pronounce them

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Lots of 4 letter words in Swedish, not to hard to find a theme

But i like the names, but strange to hear Americans pronounce them
I say Kaxe like "Cakes"
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Old 12-12-2018, 03:50 PM
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I say Kaxe like "Cakes"
I say Kaxe like axe. The primitive man in me loves axes and cutting ****/being capable of hurting another human if I have to
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Old 12-13-2018, 01:23 AM
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The "e" is the trouble letter

Most Americans pronounce KAXE like "K..Ax" and forget the "e"

But the "e" in REKO and BERG are interesting . . . the "e" in REKO is pronounce correct, just a little long. . Americans say "REEEKO" thay drag out the "e"
But then in BERG most Americans pronounce the "e" like an "ö" ( BÖÖÖRG) which to me is interesting when just "ö" is big trouble for most non Sweds

But i probobly sounds like the Swedish chef in the Muppets for most Americans . .haha

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Old 12-13-2018, 01:36 AM
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. . So if you want to pronounce the new disc GÖTE correctly. . just say "G" then say the "Ö" like you say the "e" in BERG and finnish with a fast "te"

does the Ö show up correctly on a American browser??
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