Ryan C wrote:I actually just wrote something in the Buzzz SS thread very similar to what Discspeed is talking about. I wonder if you might also want to consider putting a Buzzz SS in the mix. They fly a little farther than a Buzzz, and are a bit more stable than Fuse for those days or situations where the Fuse feels just a little bit too flippy. I'm not a Nazi minimalist personally, so I don't mind carrying an extra disc, even if I don't throw it a ton.
I've really only been throwing 2nd FR Buzzzes, which are a little faster, longer, and straighter than regular Buzzzes...So they are already a lot like the Buzzz SS. I'll probably go back to them, I always have in the past. I just like to experience what I'm missing sometimes...And I'm also often taken in by "glidey" discs, only to go back to my staples when I have to play in some wind. Now that I have the Vector however, it seems like a better option than the Buzzz or Fuse for holding a line in the wind. The only times I still get confused are when the wind is mild to moderate and I'm throwing a straight shot...In these conditions the Vector is still too overstable and the Fuse will have more high speed turn than in calm. I'm doing pretty well at figuring out how to throw both those discs in that situation, but only time will tell if I can do it consistently or whether the Buzzz will be back.
I really like how the Fuse flies slower and floats a lot more than a Buzzz, yet still fights wind and takes armspeed better than a Comet. For example, my Opto Fuse is less HSS and about the same LSS as a Z Comet of the same weight, but is less affected by winds from all sides. It flies high just like the Comet, but glides better on low ceiling shots and can go a lot farther on a low line. Compared to the Buzzz, the Opto Fuse feels more accurate inside 300' because I can throw it slower. I also find that with a little more height it can fly as far or farther than a Buzzz using the same power. It also flies much better on annies than the Buzzz. With just a slight bit of anny out of the hand the Fuse does the rest of the work and flies forward on a sweeping anny to the ground...It only turns over on itself if really torqued.