Submitted by Andre A Location: Tampa Bay Area
Avg Drive: 300
Disc Weights: 172
Review: Bought this driver a few months ago, and to be honest didn't like it at all. BUT after leaving it in my bag to get beaten up, it is now my go-to. True workhorse. It'll turn over, it'll anhyser, it'll hyser. Love the "orange" crush.
Submitted by JMan Disc Weights: 170+
Review: This disc is the "GO-TO" disc in my bag. It is fast and holds the line I put on it. I have never had a disc with this much glide at low altitude. I keep a well worn in the bag to turn over and a newer one for straight and hyzer lines. I also just added an ESP to replace the Z; it has everything I love about the Crush, but is not as domed so it works well at higher altitude. I only have 5 drivers in my bag and 3 of them are Crushes. Simply put, you want to Crush your favorite course? Get one, soon!
Submitted by Chris B Location: Colorado
Level: Adv. Am
Avg Drive: 350
Disc Weights: 170
Review: This is the first disc that I've ever thrown 400' with! I love the grippiness of EliteX (and ESP!) plastic and the wide rim of the Crush. When playing more wide open flat-lander courses, this is my main driver. I use an older beat up one for downwind shots/slight turnovers and I throw a newer one for my regular drives. I've found that Crushes are NOT that great in the wind, though. As long as it's still a fairly new disc, I can use one in moderate wind with a slight hyser release, but in a big headwind I have move up to an Avenger, Predator or Firebird because the Crush is too flippy. They are absolutely my main long range drivers though!! I can't stop buying them! Posted 11-17-06
Submitted by Aminus Maximo email@example.com
Disc Weights: 168
Review: Been chuckin lids for 6 months. Am 60 years old, average height/weight, and throw RHBH. Own ALL discs currently available(FANATIC), and the CRUSH is my go to weapon of choice. I do NOT use a 'runup', rather bob from back foot to front, with a long whip like release. If you throw this disc flat/nose down with good snap, it will haul butt, and you will be beaten the brush looking for it. I am currently lookin for a LONGER COURSE...AMAX
Submitted by Ray Vens firstname.lastname@example.org
Disc Weights: 167-169
Review: I was skeptical of the Crush because of it's stability rating, but after throwing a firend's pro D Crush I was hooked! I bought an Elite X Crush and found it super grippy, and durable. The small diameter and wide rim felt great and improve confidence and control. It is also a very slim-profile disc, so if thrown fast with alot of spin it will go straight and far! A week after a bought my first Crush, I scored my first Ace (it was even at a tournament!) Coincidence? hardly. My bag will never be without a Crush again.
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