Disc Golf Review
Site
Home
News
Submit Review
Contact
E-Mail

Disc Reviews
Aerobie
CHING
DGA
Discmania
Discraft
Discwing
Gateway
Innova
Latitude 64
Lightning
Little Flyer
Millennium
Quest
Snap
Wham-O
Other

Accessories
Bags
Baskets
Videos
Miscellaneous

Resources
Disc Flight Ratings
Instructional Articles
Technique Repair
Throw Analysis
Beginner Tips
Disc Selection
Dyeing Discs
"Best of" Awards
Links

Interact
Chat
Surveys
Forum

Other
Acknowledgements
The Contributors


Disc Review



Millennium
Aurora MF

Type: Midrange
Diameter: 21.6cm
Available Weights: 160-180g
Plastic: Millennium

Aurora MF
Flight Rating Category Value What Millennium says:
The Aurora MF (Midrange Fade) is a great in the wind driver. High Performance with a reliable fade (left for right handers). Outstanding predictability and durability.
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 1.5
Predictability 2.0
Uniformity Of Break In Period 2.5
Overall Durability 3.0 Description of the Ratings System.


Player Reviews

Posted: 4-28-02
By Blake Takkunen - the Webmaster - <blake@discgolf.com>
My Review:
The Aurora MF is a slightly overstable midrange disc. Let me get it off my chest right now and say that this isn't really a "fade" disc as Millennium would indicate. It feels quite similar to an Aurora MS in the hand and it flies with a similar speed. Stabilitywise, it's somewhere between an Aurora MS or Shark and an MRV or lighter Roc. Fadewise I compare it to a KC Roc or KC Aviar, it's there, just not one of its defining characteristics. I imagine the Aurora MF probably flies like a beadless Roc would fly. It is actually quite a straight flying disc with a bit of fade at the end of it and it's not overstable enough to handle a headwind. I can see a use for this disc on mid throws that need to go straight with a slight left at the end but then again, that's what I use my roc for. Now that these have been discontinued they might not be worth tracking down en masse. This disc is quite beginner friendly, but I would probably pass on it in favor of an Aurora MS or Shark for top beginner midranges. I do find the Sentinel MF to be quite overstable and I can see why it has replaced the Aurora MF.
Submit Your Review
Back to Main Page