Submitted by Anonymous Level: Amateur
Avg Drive: 325
Disc Weights: 176g
Review: I recently got a white 176g production blurr. Gateway says that the Blurr is a moderatly overstable driver. I belive this to be true with the other Blurrs like the ones that are a different color or are prototypes. My Blurr is NOT anywhere overstale. I can only get this thing about 320'-330'. And at that distance, my Blurr will do a small "S" and then die out. Meaning that it will just fade pretty hard in the last 10% of it's flight. I really like how most of Gateway's drivers do this. It just means that they will all ways finish about the same (Will not just turn to the left and fly at a 30* angle the whole way for about 25% of it's flight). The Blurr is very fast 10-11 aaccording to the Innova scale, with great glide. I have thrown the prototype Blurrs too and they are very stable, about like a TeeRex. They handle to wind like a charm and brake in to be very nice discs to keep in verious stages of wear. I am going to keep about 2-3 Blurrs in my bag (That is if I can get my hands on some of those overstable ones, 1f not, then I am going to carry 1-2). I am going to say that the white production Blurrs are comparable to a Star SL for those who care.
Submitted by Dan Worth firstname.lastname@example.org
Location: Grand Ledge, MI
Avg Drive: 400
Disc Weights: 174
Review: The gateway blurr is a fast overstable long range driver. I would compare it's flight characteristics to a discraft predator, but the blurr is a farther flying disc. I personally thing that the pred is a better disc, but the blurr is great if you need more distance. If you are looking for a good long range overstable driver then the blurr could be worth trying out. also the evolution plastic is very durable. I would recommend the blurr to anyone.
Submitted by Josh Location: NY & CA
Avg Drive: 300
Disc Weights: 176
Review: Got one of these in a recent order from GDS. I am no pro and I won't tell you of all the different lines it can be thrown on. >From my experience with it, I don't have the power to throw this properly. For what I have done with it, it seems like a faster teerex, I can toss the teerex but not this thing.
Submitted by matchu email@example.com
Location: Houston, TExas
Level: Adv. Am
Disc Weights: 174
Review: I have taken a liking to the blurr as a very controllable long range driver. The blurr can be thrown as a hyzer, straight, and big 's' shot with proper technique and unlike previous gateway drivers, requires no tuning to get the disc out and flat before the disc will come back left at the end.
Submitted by Patrick firstname.lastname@example.org
Disc Weights: 172, 174
Review: The blurr is a predictable distance driver that I use mostly into a headwind. The plastic is a little more grippy than most of their E line. I have two. One is new and one is a little more beat in and has been flexed a bit to finish with less fade. I'd say they fly similarly to a NEW teerex (but the teerex loses it's flight characteristics way too easily). My "go to" drivers for a long predictable finish.
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