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Old 07-15-2019, 10:58 PM
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Buzzz users -- what plastic do you use and why?

I have a Z-line and love it, but was curious if anyone could chime in on comparing the different plastics as there's so many available
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Old 07-15-2019, 11:23 PM
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what a refreshing and unique idea for a thread

i personally love the d i love how it beats in and gets to a flippy point that you can carve the woods with and if you lose it in a pond or leave it behind the people who find it absolutely insist that you take the disc back
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I prefer esp. Better grip than z imo and dosn't sacrifice in the wear department that much to me. Just a bonus the esp swirls are the best in the game. I've tried a few x and big Z buzzzs. The x was out the box too flippy and big Z didn't have the grip that esp offers. I don't cycle my buzzzs that often nor do I want to carry 8 buzzzs so pro d is out of the question. I haven't thrown a ti buzzz so I can't speak on them but I would imagine a slightly more stable buzzz that will hold it's durability.

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It is a bit surprising for as popular as the Buzzz is, isn't it?

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Old 07-16-2019, 12:16 AM
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Old 07-16-2019, 12:31 AM
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That reminds me, Discraft needs to remake the ESP FLX. The Buzz was amazing in that plastic with the ability to stop in tight situations. Alternatively to get ESP FLX you could leave a ESP disc in a car all day in Summer to get the ESP FLX but then the chances of warping on the disc top are greater.

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If you want a more stable Buzzz: The New Mcbeth ESP, Older Nate Doss Ti or max weight Z GLO. . these are more like 5,5,0,1

The ZFLX and older ESP are more tru to the flight numbers. .Z a little more stable but not much as the ones above

Have not tryed the CryZtal, but i really want to

I bag Mcbeth ESP and Z-FLX

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I have a couple of Nate Doss Ti Buzzzes. I really like the feel of Ti plastic. I also have a Glo Z Buzzz, which is also good. They're all in the upper-170-class. I need to get an upper-160-class Buzzz. The Ti Buzzzes have some fade at the end, so I suspect they're a little more overstable than other plastics would be.
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I’ve been trying out the new rubber blend. Super straight, like 0,0 for me. I love the feel, like the good ok’ form Vibrams. They just need to get some decent colors.

Also thumbs up for the McBeth ESP.


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That reminds me, Discraft needs to remake the ESP FLX. The Buzz was amazing in that plastic with the ability to stop in tight situations. Alternatively to get ESP FLX you could leave a ESP disc in a car all day in Summer to get the ESP FLX but then the chances of warping on the disc top are greater.
i stocked up on esp flx before they went oop

and now i barely throw any buzzes at all lololol

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