I have heard alot of things about the x-out disc. But, what does it mean? Is it the factory default in a disc? or is it maybe the disc is marked wrong. Someone with a lil intellegence and can put it into clear perspective please let me know.
it can be any factory defect that would not pass quality control. Most that I have seen are bubbles with in the clear rim of a champ disc (I wonder how many non clear discs have bubbles in the rim and make it into retail circulation without anyone knowing?) or mis-stamped discs. some can have slight imperfections from molding but generally would fly just as well as a full price retail. I have several x-outs in my bag and they are great. if you don't like the salvation army image, take some laquer thinner and remove the stamp and no one will ever know! Everyone always comments about my stampless crystal clear Boss's I use all the time. Innova and Discraft both have these they put out. Don't know of any other companies that distribute seconds.
they are great discs, just make sure you know what you are throwing. I bought a x-out destroyer that is actually a xcaliber. Just check the initials on the bottom to find out exactly what kind of disc it is.