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I bet there has been many a discussion about this one! I just got done reading a post on "what is your favorite disc" and low and behold someone posted a pic of a C.E. disc.... Who would'a figured it?

IMO Discraft's Z plastic holds up against all odds. Innova used to make the C.E edition that also holds up. The new Champion plastic holds up in a different sort of break in way, but ultimately breaks down into a different flying disc with cuts and abrasions etc...So why stop making it? The almighty dollar? The plastic comes from a rare mineral?

 I throw both Discraft and Innova and can see the difference over years of use. IMO Discraft holds up longer, as did the old C.E.
So, why did Innova stop making the C.E edition.....Any thoughts? 

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I would like to get a CE Destroyer in this Plastic.

I have several early Millennium Qmegas, QMSs, and QJLSs that I'm pretty sure are all in the CE-type plastic. They are "PDGA appoved" [sic] and nigh-indestructable. Too bad that material is no longer available, it is great stuff.
Thanks.... That is cool info
so is this saying CE never really left but changed names? I'm confused.

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