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Old 08-26-2008, 10:39 AM
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Dave, you mentioned considering the blowfly...let me give you some ups and downs on them
Ups:SUPER SOFT...when you hit anything, it just stops and grabs, I've even "taco'd" it right into the side of the basket. Floats, in water, and when you throw it the glide just keeps it going. It is very straight, actually they will go wherever you point them, great for anhyzer turns. Ive had mine, numerous times in fact, hit the side of the rim and "crawl" over and into the basket a number of times.
Downs: only comes in a dark purple/blue color And if you really try to "crank" it like a driver it will tend to flip. Also, trying to throw it forehand it will flip. Not great in the wind at all.
All in all it is the best disc I've ever used. If it is really windy, and open, I know I'll have to reach for my omega to putt, but if it is not, my blowfly is in my hand <if I can see chains>.
Best place to get one...I went to Amazon.com, searched "blowfly", had several places and prices on it, but you can usually get one for about $9.00 or under.
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