kdogokc wrote:The opto fuse throws very similar to a champ shark.
I'm a NOOB coming out of a lid background in ultimate (huge domey lid). The champ shark has been my go to as a glidy hold any line on 250' and less. Im addicted to glide on my mid game. It seems that glide discs are much more versatile than fast discs.
I played a round with just my shark & fuse throwing both discs. Very very similar...the shark throws a tad bit more stable for me. I wish that the plastic was more gummy. my champ shark is uber soft & gummy. I like soft mids & putters
rusch_bag wrote:I have recently tried out the fuse, flow, and river and they just don't fit my play-style. They all have too much glide for what I am used to. I was over throwing a lot of holes and have a hard time getting them to stop where they need to. I guess I would like to throw something faster that wants to come down and is more predictable.
kern9787 wrote:How much variance in HSS stability in these is there? The one I have now (only one I have) is a max weight opto. It is pretty much dead straight. Even when I really get into it, I can give it a little bit of hyzer and it will get a slight turn late. Is this pretty much normal? Or do the lighter weights turn much easier?
anybody else have an opto break in yet?
The right answer is to send them to me.Der Alte wrote:I have a couple of GL Fuses and at the moment I totally hate those! I have no slightest idea how to throw these to get them fly as they should be?! The normal fly pattern is straight about 200' and then Fuse starts to turn very hard to right and crashes and burns. Every single time so I'm pretty frustrated. I can throw my Ions and Jokeri about 260'-280' and ProD and Z Buzzz about 290'-300'. Please give me an advice what I should do? Throw a nice finesse shot, yank really hard or melt these Fuses together with some other discs that I don't like.
Anode|ION|JOKERi|MD2|FD|TD|PD|LEGENDaParks wrote:If the posts on this forum are any indication, the PD is like a Teebird with sunshine coming out of its butthole so hard that it flies faster.
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