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any one have any new Z Magnets? Preferably 170ish. ive found like 2 online, one on ebay and one on discaroo but the guy never gets back to me. just seeing if there are anymore out there, id like to try them out.

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Candy magnets???? Weird. Maybe good for putter driving?
i use a few Pro D ones now and love them and ive talk to a few people that use candy ones, they say they are sweet.
I just did a search on them and found they are relatively easy to find and they are not new. Most have the "old" logo. I would prefer that to a candy challenger for mid-driving. I only use my magnets for putting(mostly). I love em. D plastic is the best for putters IMO.
joshlotto said:
i use a few Pro D ones now and love them and ive talk to a few people that use candy ones, they say they are sweet.
well where ddi you find them? everywhere i see is out of stock.
joshlotto said:
well where ddi you find them? everywhere i see is out of stock.

I got a used orange Z magnet 175gm( classify it as worn not beat) that i used to use as my main putter driver until I started getting more snap and moived to the ESP banger GT......any interest in it? perhaps a trade?
It's funny that you started this discussion because the day after I read it, I saw a z magnet for the first time the day after....haha
Peter Kunoff said:
joshlotto said:
well where ddi you find them? everywhere i see is out of stock.

I got a used orange Z magnet 175gm( classify it as worn not beat) that i used to use as my main putter driver until I started getting more snap and moived to the ESP banger GT......any interest in it? perhaps a trade?

i dunno post a pic. id kinda like a new one though.

Just remembered I have one. I used my friends for a while and it was a really good disc.
is it new? wanna sell it?
I got 2 but they is all mine, ALL MINE !! HAHAHAHAHAHA! Seriously, I'd kill for a couple too. So if you find a huge stash and cannot afford them all, let us know!

It has some use as a putter, and as a fan-grip flip up upshot disc. Doesnt hold a hyzer like you may assume when thrown hard.
They are stable !!!
I bought one for around 25.00. Its the hardest plastic I've seen.Save your money all it did was raise my scores.I was hoping to use it as a driver since it has a stability rating of 1,not so.Its no more stable than a d magnet,it does have a nice slide though. Here is a pic of mine if you want to trade some thing let me know and I will post it on discaroo.
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