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Echo is recycled plastic. Some say there is also a diff. in flight. Since I just bought them. I've yet to confirm that, but I must say the Wraiths are WAY domey.
Most of the wraiths and xcals ive seen are way domier but my eco destroyer is only alil domey but still way more stable than a regular destroyer same with my x-cal
I have a first-run eco-xcal, is it a worth leaving on the wall? Its never been in the air or on the ground. Probably 2 yrs old?? Maybe 2.
Sounds good i need to get the destroyer and the xcal... Also i am thinking about the "wood" Aviars anyone have a true name on it please let me know and also some specs??
no way man they are great throwers
I've noticed with the discs that I've purchased that the echo-star is more domey than the star plastic.
R/W avair, breaks in really fast just like r-pro but has a grittier texture. smells great! i got a r/w roc for a quick breaking in turnover mid but ended up just using a comet cause we had a bunch left after our tourney.
I just got an eco star destroyer and it is not noticeably domey. It is actually less stable than any star destroyer i have thrown. Almost flies like a pro.
Thats always been my experience also. Way too understable

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