I noticed these discs from a fairly little known German disc manufacturer in a local sporting goods store, and for shits and giggles thought I'd give them a shot. The set includes a driver, a mid and a putter, in a premium sort of plastic that's stiff, hard and not really what you'd call grippy, though they can stick like heck if I breathe on my hands before grabbing them. I think I've thrown hard Medium Wizards that feel kinda like these, that sort of "plastic plate" feel.
All of the "Organic" ones were white, there was also a cheaper standard edition that had a softer, chalkier plastic with various colours. I don't think they'll be as tough as these are though. I can't really call these sturdy like your normal premium plastic either, they seem brittle somehow and are more likely to scratch than real premium, but I think they'll hold up better than Pro etc.
Normally these sort of things are nothing to write home about, but these actually aren't bad at all.
The putter has a very flat top, a very curved shoulder and a really concave wing, almost reminds me of a Comet. Due to the sloping shoulder and seemingly low PLH I though it'd be very understable when driving, but to my surprise it only turned a tiny bit on a full rip, flew straight for a long time and had a nice small fade at the end. It's fairly fast due to the lower profile, and while the glide isn't great it's not horrible either, and it's really not bad as a driving putter. For putting though, yeah, that's not that great. The slickness of the plastic wreaks havoc when putting, big time. It's not bad when driving, since you're gripping harder anyway, but with a light putting touch it really doesn't work. A shame, since otherwise it'd actually be pretty nice. Wonder how the other plastic would work...
The mid was the first one I actually tried, and frankly it amazed me. The shape is quite reminiscent of a Buzzz, it has a nice very slight dome that extends a from to the edge flight plate to the edge of the stamp and then levels out (so the center of the disc is indeed flat), a blunt nose and a nice concave wing. Speed is about Buzzz level, maybe a bit slower. The flight was what surprised me the most. The glide is pretty excellent (not Fuse level but still pretty great), and the stability is very nice for a workhorse mid. It really did remind me of a Buzzz, or maybe between the Buzzz and the Core. A slight turn to start with, then hold straight for a long while with a small fade at the end. Held very nice anhyzers, pulling out a bit at the end, and also very nice true hyzers. I have to say I liked it quite a bit. I'm normally a TeeBird man (I like neutral discs) and the straight MD2 is my favorite mid, but I also like Eagles, and with the little turn and fade this sort of compares with the MD2 like the Eagle compares with the TeeBird (I'm not saying this is the Eagle of mids though). It didn't power down quite as well as I'd liked it to, it is a bit like the Buzzz in that it is more of a driver than a classic mid.
The driver didn't wow me as much, but it's not bad at all either. It has a similar dome to the mid range, slight consistent one until the stamp starts, fairly sharp nose and a nice concave wing. The speed is at around Innova 7/8 range, glide isn't that great, maybe 4 or 5, and I'd probably put the HSS and LSS figures to -1.5/-2 and +1 at the moment. It was reminiscent of an S-FD (my S-FDs are orange DGR stamped one BTW) with less glide and a narrower cruising speed range. I didn't exactly test it extensively, but it seemed to start fading a bit earlier than the FD.
Eurodisc surprised me. These aren't the greatest discs in the world, but they're a heck of a lot better than I thought they'd be, and for a more advanced player I think it's actually a better set than Innova's starter set (either the Aviar/Shark/Leopard or Aviar/Shark/Valkyrie one). The cost is about the same as 3 DX discs cost in most stores, and these seem to be much more durable than that. The only Eurodisc disc I've seen prior to these was a Mini-Star copy that I use as a marker, they've actually come up with very decent discs on their first go, these kick the ass of ESP and Ching sets easily (yeah, ESP discs are also available here *shudder*). Especially the mid and the putter are actually solid discs, if the plastic was a bit grippier I bet these'd sell decently as standalone discs.