Niklas Anttila Signature Series PD Nordic Phenom 2 will be revealed in near future. It will be in Horizon plastic. Niklas was spotted in Tampere, Finland filming an ad for the disc.
Also I am wondering what discs Discmania will be revealing during European Open and European Amateur Open. Last year they gave away Creator Series Cloud Breakers and C-line FD3s. Metal Flake FD3 was a fundraiser disc for last years tournament, so maybe C/S-line MD5 this year?
I'm sure this information is out there but I thought I'd ask the experts. I've never really thrown any form of DD3's before but have really taken a liking to the new stock S-Line as well as the S-Blend Cloudbreaker. What is the deal with the Cloudbreaker now? Is it a mold on it'd own that will be in stock from now on or is it a limited run thing? Same question for the Horizon Cloudbreaker.
I don't mind paying the extra cost for the Cloudbreakers, but I'm not interested in chasing limited runs.
The “Creator Series Cloudbreaker” (whether swirly or horizon) is a tweaked mold off the DD3.
You might buy several current stock S-line DD3 because rumors are they came out less stable than Discmania intended.
Update on the DD1:
Been bagging it a fair amount, starting to break in a little bit, but decided to take a break for a few rounds and throw a Shryke instead for my max distance disc.
Took the DD1 back out yesterday, and smashed chains from 360ft on a wooded flex line(but spat out centerpole). Now that I am starting to get a touch of turn on my DD1s I am fully reinvested in them and I think they will be great for people in the 350-425ft range.
A Link feels the same in the hand to me, but it fades more quickly when it slows down. The Link is more stable.I saw a blue P1X in the used section with dog bites that didn’t puncture all the way through. Thoughts? I know it’s technically a legal disc.
Also, can anyone compare a Link with a P1x?
Interested in your thoughts on how the new and old MD5 flights compare. How are they similar and how are they different?I got a sneak peek of the reinvented MD5. It will be well received… not for anyone who loved the shape of the old mold, but the new flight and feel are exactly as needed.