The Berg is supposed to be an amazing approach disc, with lots of people praising its look, feel and performance. It’s made by a company called Kastaplast located in Sweden, and if you’ve never heard of them, you’re not to blame as this company has existed for less than 10 years.
So, there are a lot of people that feel this is currently the best approach disc on the market, whereas others feel it’s a bit overhyped…So which is it? Is it really everything people say it is? Is it truly the greatest approach disc?
Well, we’ve been using the Berg for a few months now, and after some extensive use, we now feel we have an excellent understanding of this disc and would like to share out discoveries with you!
So today on JustDisc, it’s time for an in-depth review of the Kastaplast BERG as well as their plastics. Does it live up to the hype and should you buy one for yourself? You’ll soon find out!
1- Flight Rating + General Overview
3- Plastic Types (K1 Line, K1 Soft, K3 + K3 Hard, K1 Glow Line)
4- What It Does Well
5- What It Doesn’t Do Well
6- Concluding Remarks
Looking to pick up a BERG? Consider buying it from Acerunners.ca (link below!). Not only will you be getting the best price, but their website is easy to use, and they provide excellent customer service. Honestly, whenever we buy disc golf equipment, we always buy from them. Check them out and we promise you won’t be disappointed!
If you’d like your chance to win one of these Bergs, leave a comment below describing why the Berg would benefit you. The draw will take place on Monday, August 30th, 2021, and the winner will be posted on YouTube, Instagram and Facebook. Be sure to check back to see if you’ve won!
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