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Disc Review



Millennium
Q-JLS

Type: Driver
Diameter: 21.2cm
Available Weights: 164-175g
Plastic: Millennium Quantum

Quantum JLS
Flight Rating Category Value What Millennium says:
The JLS started in the summer of 1999 as an experimental run of 2000 discs. Immediately players realized that we had reached a new level in driver technology. Incredibly, the JLS flies farther and straighter than even the legendary LS. And it's got an extra measure of durability. So it was no surprise when the JLS became the best-selling disc in most parts of the country. It is truly an amazing disc.
Maximum Flight Speed NA
Resistance To High Speed Turn NA
Amount Of Low Speed Fade NA
Propensity To Fade NA
Glide NA
Relative Distance NA
Qualitative Analysis Value
Recommended Skill Level NA
Predictability NA
Uniformity Of Break In Period NA
Overall Durability NA Description of the Ratings System.


Player Reviews

Posted 04-17-07
Submitted by Patrick radican@sbcglobal.net
Location: Grand Prairie Tx
Level: Adv. Am
Avg Drive: 400
Disc Weights: 172
Review: Ok im a |RHBH| thrower i just found this disc in the pond on a 250ft over the pond throw i dont know how they got it wet this thing out drives my CE beast and CE Valk it greatly inproved my game i can push this thing a good 450ft with no power im a big arm and if i rip it it wont go far but if i just let it fly it self its fast and far.
Posted 03-22-06
Submitted by adidadg Level: Adv. Am
Avg Drive: 400
Disc Weights: 174
Review: I would classify the QJLS as a long fairway driver, in the same family as the XL, Teebird, TL, etc. I dont know why more players do not use this disc, because IMO it is a gem. I find it to be dead on stable from start to finish, capable of handling a light to moderate headwind, although you may need to compensate with some hyzer angle. It is less stable than the champion teebird, but more high speed stable than an XL, with similar fade. Keep in mind I throw a fairly heavy weight in the Q plastic, I am sure that a lighter, regular plastic JLS would be somewhat understable. I threw a Z-XL for years, but switched to the QJLS as i found it to be more dependable. It is not incredibly long by today's standards, but is deadly accurate and is capable of a very straight flight. It is a great disc to fit in between your midranges and your max distance drivers.
Posted 10-16-05
Submitted by Alex kenshinhimura12@hotmail.com
Level: Beginner
Avg Drive: 275
Disc Weights: ???
Review: I've only thrown my friend's QJLS once, but i loved it. I was only 1 week in, and i made a drive of 220 feet with it. It flew perfectly flat and faded little to none(must have been a lucky shot, lol). I plan on getting one in the 165-170 range(i don't have a big arm). I am now almost 2 months in so i expect awesome results
Posted: 8-15-03
Submitted by Joe T jtorrence@jceaustin.com
PDGA:
Location: Austin,TX
Level: Advanced Am
Avg Drive: 325-350
Throws:
Throwing Style(s):
Disc Weights: 165-175
Review: The QJLS has been my favorite driver for several years now. When I first started playing, I could not find a driver that would fly straight and land straight, until I found the QJLS. It's also great for a long anhyzer when you don't want any fade at the end. It is a great all-around driver, and I can throw it in any wind with confidence, although a lot of hyzer and a heavier weight is required for a strong headwind. My 165g goes further downwind than my 168g Pro Orc, Archangel, Sidewinder, 165g Valk,etc. I have tried them all and none have beat it. I used to only carry two or three drivers, but now carry ten or twelve. I can throw longer with my new Beast, Orc, and Sartfire in Pro plastic, but still the QJ is my go-to disc for accuracy and control when I have to have it. Especially when there are a lot of trees, it flies really straight, and if you do hit a tree hard, it can take the punishment without changing it's flight. If I had to go back to throwing only 2 or 3 drivers, a QJ would still be in my bag.
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