Only threw it a few times in practice, as well as just a few hole during my round. So far, I am NOT impressed at all. I will see how it plays out after a few more rounds and some tree stikes. We shall see?
i love all of my Boss', i've been lookin for a new driver and i've heard the Katana's are very flippy. so i just got a Z Nuke. haven't got to throw it in a round yet, but i'm looking forward to giving it a pull!
Well, I've kept at it and after several more rounds and some seasoning. I'm starting to get a more level flight with less hyzer at the end. It's still not as long as my Katana, but it has become the 2nd longest disc in my bag. It also takes on a pretty good headwind for me. Heck. that's the only time I can get a helix out of it. Any body know were I can get some Barry Bonds flax seed oil ;)~
Glad you stuck with it. I wrote a review on this disc and realized after 2 days I had to reply to my first review to correct it...then 3 days after that I did it again and re-wrote the review. ONCE this disc breaks in it's gold. I think you are right the Katana I think flies further but...the nuke is easier to control. (IMO) After a week of throwing the disc and hitting trees it broke in and I couldn't be happier with this disc. I hated it at first, but now I am averaging a good 70ft furthur each drive. STICK WITH THIS DISC...then if it doesn't do well you can hate it. Just dont hate it prematurely.
Just don't hit any rocks with your Nuke. While in Horseshoe Canyon, one of my drives hit some rocks and when I picked it up, there was a huge gash in the rim, a half inch chunk of plastic hanging off and about 1/8 thickness. Not very durable as far as I can tell as that was at the end of a 350 foot drive. Bummer but that stabilized that disc.
Well, I threw a round with a 173 ESP Nuke in my bag...and as expected, its not as long as my Halo, but that might change as it breaks in. I only threw it once--and heeding the advice from this thread, I kept it low and it got out to around 400'. As a practice throw on another hole, I forehanded it--and it was flippy as hell, which was not what I was expecting.