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Disc Review



Discmania
MD1

Type: Midrange Driver
Diameter:
Available Weights:
Plastic:

MD1
Flight Rating Category Value What Discmania says:
The MD1 is the first Discmania Golf Disc (PDGA approved). MD1 is a large diameter, 180 gram max weight midrange driver. It is a stable flyer with good range and a predictable low speed fade. The MD1 comes now with three blends: more grippier D-line, very durable S-line and durable soft SG-line. Weight range is from 168 to 180 gram.
Maximum Flight Speed NA
Resistance To High Speed Turn NA
Amount Of Low Speed Fade NA
Propensity To Fade NA
Glide NA
Relative Distance NA
Qualitative Analysis Value
Recommended Skill Level NA
Predictability NA
Uniformity Of Break In Period NA
Overall Durability NA Description of the Ratings System.


Player Reviews

Posted 08-13-07
Submitted by Donkeypuncher Dirtysanchez97@hotmail.com
Location: Dallas, Tx
Level: Amateur
Avg Drive: 350
Disc Weights: 180g
Review: I have both a D-line and S-line plastic MD1 and this is my review. The MD1 is very straight, with a slight fade at the end. The D-line lifts up more when it glides, and is a little bit slower that the S and has less skip. The S-line will hold an anhyzer line better, and gets more distance when thrown hard. This is not a long range midrange disc, it is a short to mid midrange disc. Anything inside of 230' and this disc is money, further than that I would recommend a wasp or roc. This disc also masks a lot of off axis torque, becuase although it will hold the angle you put on it it doesn't glide past that line. This is a great disc for straight shots, and the S-line is good for lower ceiling shots. This disc combined with a roc or wasp would be an awesome combo, and should cover every shot you need.
Posted 02-04-07
Submitted by Anonymous Level: Beginner
Disc Weights: 180g
Review: The S-MD1 is a great Stable Mid-range. It is the first disc made by Discmania. Discmania is soon to be known as Innova Europe. Discmania curently has three types of plastic: D-line (Dx), S-line (Star) and SG-line (The same Plastic used to make the new Star Skeeter). The MD1 is very simler to a Shark. It have a mild fade to the left (RHBH) with good glide. The S-line plastic is not 100% the same as the Innova Star, but it is close. It is probebly is more durable than Star with the same grip.
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