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i have 2 nukes i have put my thumb through the top plate ware it meats the rim. any one else have this problem? and they seem to be really thin top plates as well

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That could be usefull for casual play. A disc with just the rim.
I have a complaint. My nuke misteriously got a really BIG dent in the top plate of the disc after having it only about a week. I had thrown it just a few times and don't remember hitting a tree or anything. All I can think of is somhow this dent came from having the disc in disc golf bag.??WHAT?? I have never had a disc do this.. I thought it was weird but then a few days later my friend said his nuke suddenly has a dent also. He also has no idea how it got there and also had his nuke just a short time. It flew great before the dent but I doubt it will ever be used again.. Wasted $18 bucks as far as I'm concerned.
i just got a 2nd run nuke and the flight plate doesnt seem as thin as my old first run
i started a thread a while back about the nuke i ordered it had that dip in the plate when i received it.
second runs do have a more thin top plate ive noticed
Yeah, It happened to me as well. I broke thru in 2 different places. I could stick my finger all the way thru the disc. The shop where I bought it contacted Discraft and they gave me a new one.
In order to get a disc that big and have it qualify for PDGA standard specs is a frikken miracle. They had to make an ESP blend that is OBVIOUSLY nowhere near real ESP plastic or the quality of real ESP plastic. First runs are your best bet for quality. A Z Nuke would be the only Nuke I would throw, but because of the density of Z plastic, it's just impossible. The disc would be 185 grams (SWEET! I know) BUT it would be illegal as hell (per PDGA) and would probably kill someone in a park near you. Sorry to break it to y'all but I think Discraft needs to do some re-working on this ESP blend and at least tell us about it if it's not really ESP.
Almost positve it's plastic damage of some sort. The break looks very brittle.
I received the previous information from a source that heard it from the source.


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