Submitted by Manitou KZsession@msn.com
Level: Adv. Am
Avg Drive: 450
Disc Weights: Heavy
Review: The Drone has really been crucial for me at lower altitudes, as I regularly play at over 8,000ft. For better players with a bit of power the Drone is extremly reliable and unlike the wasp or rocs this disc will always hyzer out before the tail end of it's flight. Will hold a great hyzer line without flipping up.
Submitted by adidadg Disc Weights: 173
Review: This disc is a no brainer. it is very predictable for approach and mid range shots, even in a head wind. It is very overstable for a mid range. The closest disc I can compare the Drone to is a DX Gator, only i find the Drone is a bit longer and a bit more overstable. Otherwise they are similar in that they have very little glide and are hence very predictable. I do not throw this disc very often in comparison to my other mid ranges but it is still a worthwhile disc to have, kind of as a specialty disc for windy days, forehands, and trick shots, all from not too far out. It has kind of a big, bulky feel to it, and is made from a special blend of Pro-D plastic that is very grippy, but is also not very durable at all. However mine is quite beat in and it really has not affected the stability (I have found that slower discs are less affected by disc wear than the high speed drivers). It is what it is, and if you are looking for a overstable, predictable midrange/approach disc, this is a great choice.
Submitted by Tyler firstname.lastname@example.org
Disc Weights: 172
Review: Finally! A predictable mid range disc. I'm sure that it's my fault but, I flip everything else over and I know exactly what this disc is going to dol It doesn't matter this disc always comes back and I love it!
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