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Old 04-26-2020, 03:50 AM
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Got this coming my way. Stumbled onto a Facebook post that had a comment from MJ confirming these are the most stable Comets ever made and a comment from Jeff Korns stating he had some for sale. My all blue bag will be happy.

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So you're who took that one! I'm extremely jealous, and want a detailed review ASAP.
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Old 04-26-2020, 08:06 AM
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Has anyone thrown the ledgestone cryztal sparkle comets? Got one that might just stay in my collection, since it's clear but if it flies nice I might have some color dyed into it and put it in the thrower pile.
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Old 04-26-2020, 08:40 AM
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Has anyone thrown the ledgestone cryztal sparkle comets? Got one that might just stay in my collection, since it's clear but if it flies nice I might have some color dyed into it and put it in the thrower pile.

In terms of comets, pretty beefy.


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Old 04-26-2020, 09:07 AM
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Anyone throw the new run of big z? Not a huge fan of the stamp but they have some real nice neon yellow ones that would look good in my bag. Hoping they have a little stability, my old esp is is getting a little squirrelly.

Edit : I'd also consider paying a little extra for the tour series if I could find a nice bright yellow. Again, those stamps are just about the laziest thing I've seen, but I love mj and comets
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Old 04-26-2020, 12:21 PM
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Has anyone thrown the ledgestone cryztal sparkle comets? Got one that might just stay in my collection, since it's clear but if it flies nice I might have some color dyed into it and put it in the thrower pile.
I didn't see those. I have a Ledgestone Sparkle Z from last year and it had a lot of fade for a Comet, but I didn't know they did a CryZtal Sparkle run.

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Old 04-26-2020, 01:47 PM
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Anyone throw the new run of big z? Not a huge fan of the stamp but they have some real nice neon yellow ones that would look good in my bag. Hoping they have a little stability, my old esp is is getting a little squirrelly.

Edit : I'd also consider paying a little extra for the tour series if I could find a nice bright yellow. Again, those stamps are just about the laziest thing I've seen, but I love mj and comets

I’ve got a new big Z, Ledgestone cryztal sparkle, and new tour series comet. The big z is fairly understable since it’s pretty flat. It feels the best imo since I like gummier plastic. It flies fantastic though but definitely doesn’t have a ton of stability. The Ledgestone and new tour series are very similar. Great stability’s for comets.

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Old 04-27-2020, 05:52 AM
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So does it fade out from an anny line, or just hold that line? Trying to find a beaded DC mid to replace the Buzzz, but no one wants to give up their beat Wasps.
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Old 04-30-2020, 07:51 AM
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So does it fade out from an anny line, or just hold that line? Trying to find a beaded DC mid to replace the Buzzz, but no one wants to give up their beat Wasps.
In true fashion, it depends. I can throw them and have them come out of a force turn. But, it does require a little more height than I usually throw them on if I'm going to do that. If you've ever thrown a fresh DX Shark, I would equate it to that. Very straight with a decent amount of fade to it. Because of the higher shoulder and dome, they are a very glidey comet, so be careful you don't sail past the basket ;-)

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Old 04-30-2020, 09:04 AM
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In true fashion, it depends. I can throw them and have them come out of a force turn. But, it does require a little more height than I usually throw them on if I'm going to do that. If you've ever thrown a fresh DX Shark, I would equate it to that. Very straight with a decent amount of fade to it. Because of the higher shoulder and dome, they are a very glidey comet, so be careful you don't sail past the basket ;-)
Well I'm sold. Now I just need to find a pretty pink one.
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I was looking at Discraft's flight chart today and noticed that the Titanium Comet wasn't listed as being in production currently. Yet I see it for sale at all of the disc retailers. Is it going to be OOP soon, or was that just a mistake on Discraft's end?
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