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Old 06-08-2020, 09:26 PM
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Can anyone comment on the flight and wear pattern of D Buzzzes? Maybe in lighter weights too? Would love to kick the Tursas out of the bag.
Elmex bags a beat D Buzzz and seems to love it for turnover lines.
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Old 06-08-2020, 11:27 PM
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I wish companies would just make 2 plastics...a baseline and a premium. I'm so done with this Ti FLX Glo Swirl Strawberry Scented stuff. Just make good Z and Pro D.
Z sucks in the winter. They need to make us northerners some good winter plastics.

And not Latitudes frost line. In white plastic no less 🤬

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Old 06-08-2020, 11:36 PM
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I've had a bit of a resurgence of base line plastic in my bag as of late. I have a couple of X Buzzzes I planned on beating in to straight/US... it's a bit of a slow process. Man, discs are durable.

Can anyone comment on the flight and wear pattern of D Buzzzes? Maybe in lighter weights too? Would love to kick the Tursas out of the bag.
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Elmex bags a beat D Buzzz and seems to love it for turnover lines.
i never was able to beat an x into being flippy

i think pro d plastic itself is trash and i usually get a few chuckles when i bring it out of the bag cuz it clover tops and puddle tops and gets a wavy rim

i love a thrashed pro d for hyzerflips and turn overs

pro d buzz has minimal fade to begin with then after a few solid tree hits gets a little turn

i just throw mids in max weight cuz i find the wind doesnt throw them around as much

also for mids i only carry fresh z wasp and my red z wasp that really flies like a z buzz now and then a pro d buzz and i have all my mid lines covered
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Old 06-09-2020, 08:46 PM
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Ended up getting a Big Buzzz & ESP Buzzz OS. See which plastic I like more.
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Old 06-11-2020, 09:20 PM
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I wish companies would just make 2 plastics...a baseline and a premium. I'm so done with this Ti FLX Glo Swirl Strawberry Scented stuff. Just make good Z and Pro D.
I agree they've gone overboard, but I don't think two is quite enough. I'd prefer a simple lineup of:

Baseline
X/Pro
Z/Champ
ESP/Star

But you can bet they're gonna keep making discs in other plastics as long as they keep making money doing it.

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Old 06-12-2020, 01:30 AM
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I've had a bit of a resurgence of base line plastic in my bag as of late. I have a couple of X Buzzzes I planned on beating in to straight/US... it's a bit of a slow process. Man, discs are durable.

Can anyone comment on the flight and wear pattern of D Buzzzes? Maybe in lighter weights too? Would love to kick the Tursas out of the bag.
I can't comment on the wear, but I have a superlight Buzzz and it will just go for days with a tailwind. Threw it 380 frozen rope with a significant tailwind. That's longer than I throw my Stalkers (about 360') usually. It's a ton of fun and works well as an offhand and limited reach back disc. I don't bag it, but my much yoinger brother loves it for his noodle arm.
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Old 06-14-2020, 07:53 AM
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What's everyone's opinion on the x buzzz? I'm finding my esp buzzz ss a bit too squirrly.
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Old 06-14-2020, 01:46 PM
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What's everyone's opinion on the x buzzz? I'm finding my esp buzzz ss a bit too squirrly.
I've only had one X Buzzz & I remember it being a lot glidier than premium ones. I didn't stick with it long enough to see how quick it would get flippy.
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Old 06-14-2020, 07:49 PM
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What's everyone's opinion on the x buzzz? I'm finding my esp buzzz ss a bit too squirrly.
ive never been able to beat an x buzz to a flip machine

with seasoning/beating ive only had x get to a gentle hyzerflip machine

i use pro d buzz for the really flippy stuff
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Old 06-15-2020, 06:19 PM
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I wish companies would just make 2 plastics...a baseline and a premium. I'm so done with this Ti FLX Glo Swirl Strawberry Scented stuff. Just make good Z and Pro D.
Disagree. I want firm discs and others want flexible. Too much flacid plastic on the market now; but if it wasn't selling, it would not be being made
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