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Disc Review



Little Flyer
Maximizer

Type: Driver
Diameter: NA
Available Weights: NA
Plastic: NA

Maximizer
Flight Rating Category Value What Little Flyer says:
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 10-29-07
Submitted by RCLO rclolson@comcast.net
Disc Weights: 153, 166
Review: I got 2 Maximizers: 153 gm and 166 gm, both in DX-like plastic. Both were misstamps and cost 4.95 each -- too good a bargain to pass up. The 166, oddly enough, is more understable than the 153! Go figure. The 166 has become my Primo BH roller. I LOVE it. I never threw BH rollers successfully before I got this disc. I give it about 20-25 degrees anhyzer and rip it downward. It hits the ground with zero flex-bounce, cuts a sweeping left roll, and finishes with a nice fade roll to the right. I've rolled it uphill and downhill and on slight, varied grades. It's nearly foolproof. One complaint is that it has a tendency to fly left-to-right across the fairway a lot until it hits the ground, so get it down fast unless you have a WIDE fairway. The 166 also is a sweet midrange turnover driver: release with about 10-15 degrees hyzer and zero mung angle, and you'll get a nice climbing, sweeping turnover with a flat glide finish to the right. The 153 Maximizer is awesome with a tailwind. Thrown with a slight hyzer, low and straight, it will slowly climb and turn to the right, then do a long, easy fade back to the line of the throw. I've gotten my longest drive with this disc (of course, the tailwind helped).
Posted 12-20-06
Submitted by Michael Fisher Disc Weights: 160-175?
Review: I bought a sack full of these for wedding gifts. Luckily I saved a few for myself. They fly long and straight and glide like a SOB. They would make excellent club discs or for everyday play. Unfortunately the print area is limited, but hey're a great buy at 5 bucks each when you buy 50.
Posted 11-09-05
Submitted by Louis Doench blotzphoto@gmail.com
Location: Cincinnati, OH
Level: Amateur
Avg Drive: 325
Disc Weights: 175?
Review: I'm an intermediate RHBH thrower and I recieved a "Maximizer" as a raffle prize at a NANO disc golf benefit for the Red Cross. It immediately felt like a Polaris LS in my hand and the first throw with it glided, (glid?) forever. The second throw turned over right and sailed away forever. A very fast disc with a ton of glide, but not very unforgiving. Kinda like my Z-XS, if you nail it it looks lovely but it can kill you if your not careful.
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