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I'm in Meijers, and I see this disc from Frisbee that is PDGA approved, glows in the dark, and is two plasics molded together. The outer rim is very soft. It looks like a midrange. What is this disc? Is it actually any good? What is its flight pattern?

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Interesting looking disc. I'm a little surprised that it was approved given the slots in the outer plastic.
I have only seen one and it was beat to hell and useless. I actually was sent this disc from across the country and ended up throwing it out randomly at a local course so someone else could use it. Buy it, try it, or don't. Seems to be the Dg disc selection mantra.
Yeah far as I know it can't have any holes in the disc...right?
There were no holes through the disc. the glow part is in between it. I don't know if that makes a difference.
Don't waste your money unless you are looking for a catch disc. The outer rim is so soft it make the disc extremely understable. I wouldn't use this disc as a midrange, you might use it as an understable putter. Oh, the glow in the dark feature is just lame.

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