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eh.. It has the same flight as my FLX buzzz, and it am able to throw those more consistently.
I sold mine a few weeks after I got it.
Discraft describes it as a "seasoned" Buzzz or a Buzzz that has "been broken" in from many rounds of play.
Most players describe a straight flight that dies right on the straight line...a difficult thing to get discs to do!
This becomes very useful as you are now just drawing straight lines to your target or landing point.
The Buzzz is popular in all types of plastics and seems to be a Discraft top seller...the Nuke is quickly catching up.
The "SS" on Discraft discs stands for Super Straight and they are usually dead on with that call!
The "SS" versions work better for players with slower arm speeds and less snap, but can also be used as finesse discs for players with more snap and torque.
The Glow Buzzz SS has been available for some time now and was still a popular seller even though it was a fund raiser that costs extra.
That is strange, I've been throwing FLX Buzzzs for about a year and half now and they are noticeably more stable than the Buzzz SS.