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Has anyone actually thrown this? I am just curious because of their bold statement of this will be your farthest driver. Is it really that far, it's rim is far bigger than the boss on one side of the disc while the other half is small like a fairway driver. Does not seem like it would fly worth a crap. But it is PDGA Approved.


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wow..the reviews seem like something you'd hear on an infomercial. I'm curious to see if anyone in here has thrown this disc as well. I say "EPIC" all the time. This would be frosting on the cake if it lived up to it's name.

Here's a disc golf review page with more reviews...
If you can even put your fingers around the rim, which I cannot, you have to put serious power on it and it does bomb. It has NO CONTROL whatsoever, I've yet to meet one person who can consistently make it go far AND in the same general direction. Useless but fun, a novelty at best. The ARROW by Aerobie is decent disc though.
Couldnt you just hold the small side ben? Or does that make it fly different?
want me to take a picture of my hand next to a ruler? lol
Steve said:
Couldnt you just hold the small side ben? Or does that make it fly different?
Yes lol.
I don't know... I was bored and seemed to read most of the discgolfreview info. It's not predictable, and makes for one heck of a thumber disc from what I read. I wouldn't waste my money on it.
tiny hands anyway
I agree with Ben and the rim is larger than a fairway drive ... its more like the force or destoyer on the small side and I do have a strong tomahawk and its a pain to get it to turnover and flip through the air ... although i have seen this thing thrown a very long ways when it does work
throwing it is a 4 step process
1. find large body of water
2. get Aerobie epic from bag
3. line up for center of said body of water
4. let fly.
best toss you'll ever make. its a piece of junk !
HA HA Ha... well said Chris... well said.
I threw one twice (borrowed) and both times it seemed to fly okay for about 100 feet but then it suddenly went all nose up and acted like a drag-racer-parachute; it completely stalled and came down. But, you know, maybe wonder woman put up an invisible force field and I hit it square on.
I thought this was strictly an overhand/thumber disc?

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