Testing of the Zero-G Quasars and Zero-G Scorpius.
Quasars: 2X 133, 2X150
Scorpius: 2X 133, 2X155
Wind: Headwind, lite to moderate
Player: Am, I play every week in a league and compete occasionally. I am not a distance thrower and for me precision comes first. I play only Millennium discs and my bag is: Omega SS, old run AP, CE and gummy QMS, QPolaris and 1.19 Polaris, Orion LS, Astra and QAstra, SOLF and QOLF, CE EXP1.
Quasars. When thrown flat were all over the place, it was a challenge to control them. A slight change in wind and they went wild. But when I added just a slight anhyzer they went surprisingly long and with a great fade. It is a bit uncomfortable to hold them as they are very domey. They were great as thumbers though.
Scorpius. I dig this disc. Very controlled. When thrown flat 3 of the 4 landed withing 1 meter proximity to each other. A very nice predictable fade both on fore- and backhand. Can't wait to see it in S plastic. They were so easy to throw! Definitely added some 10 -15 meters on the average drive. When over driven, it was fun to see that at first they reacted like a LS disc and then straightened up and fade where you wanted. A plastic is somewhat softer the usual Q and feels nice in hand. Might not tolerate a very heavy wind though.
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