Submitted by Brad Quadriplegicninja@hotmail.com
Disc Weights: 173
Review: Jan 13 2008 I bought a yellow pro D 173 g Discraft Buzzz just last week and have had it out to play twice since (It's January) Best all around disc ever in my opinion. For me, it flies stable to slightly understabe. I can put it out there 200 feet backhand and close to 300 forehand. When I need an extremely straight shot, I will forehand hyzer flip it. I throw it low with about 50 degrees hyzer angle with as much snap as possible. It quickly flips to flat and sails straight with almost no fade at the end. (Throw it flat with this much power and it will turn over and go way left) I parked several of the shorter holes in this fashion. Cleaner release and better glide than a roc. Excellent at landing flat and not rolling. Buzzz is a fine putter too. I'm considering carrying only an innova starfire and a buzzz.
Submitted by Noah ESPeciallyGlory@hotmail.com
Disc Weights: 169
Review: The Buzz is most definately the straightest disc I've ever thrown. I started out throwing discs that were way too overstable for me and I decided to get a Buzz simply for mid-range purposes and found that I could throw more accurately and almost as far as my over-stable drivers. Throw it hard enough and you get a nice high speed curve to the right that will end with the smallest hyzer. If there was one disc to start with, I'd definately choose this one. It's even great for putting when you feel a little bit out of your putter's range. It's definately my favorite disc.
Submitted by tj firstname.lastname@example.org
Disc Weights: 178
Review: This disc throws just like a flat top roc by Innova: ultra straight line with a smooth fade, and great with hyzerz. However, this plastic is weak. If you want a buzz like this, do yourself a favor and spend the extra 5 dollars for the elite z buzzz. The elite z can handle more power, headwinds, is longer, has a more predictible fade, and does not warp itself in half on the first tree it hits.
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