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Wham-O
Frisbee Disc Midrange

Type: Midrange
Diameter: 21.6cm
Available Weights: 145-180g
Plastic: Whamo

Frisbee Disc Midrange
Flight Rating Category Value What Wham-O says:
Mid Range Approach holds a line, so it is perfect for mid to long range drives. Use this disc after your driver to approach the target.
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 11-27-05
Submitted by Michael Edwards neversanever@hotmail.com
Disc Weights: unknown
Review: I live near a backwards NC beach, and unfortunately there aren't any disc golf courses within 30 miles of here (yet). Consequently, when you ask people if they sell golf discs they look at you funny.

Recently, I found a Frisbee "MaxFlight" disk at a "surf shop". They had NO golf discs and this was the closest thing they had. It's the same diameter and weight as several other golf discs I have, but it has a clear plastic center and the rim is softer and more "catchable". The retail price was $9.95, but they reduced to $4.95. I bought three for spares.

The following weekend, we played a small tournament with all kinds of talent and discs. The MaxFlight held its own with all the other discs including my Innova Shark! It flew straight and long. I'd highly recommend this nifty little Frisbee if you can find one. However, there were two drawbacks. If it flips over in the rough, or lands in a tree, it's hard to find because the plastic is dark, and there is no color on the underside. Also, if you whack the #@%&* out of tree at close range(like my nephew did), you may crack the plastic. However, it still appears to be holding up, although battleworn. The other Frisbees did not suffer a similar fate although they all hit trees...



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