discspeed wrote:I also tested an *Ion prototype of an undisclosable nature* that weighed under 165 and had glide and stability perhaps unmatched by any previous Ion I've thrown. . . .
cmrichar wrote:Frank Delicious wrote:Oh and since I'm posting in this thread now. Make lighter Ions again! I want me some 167ish Ions.
Done. Check your retailers soon However just keep note, they wont be as 'flippy' as our very first runs as the true first runs had a smaller portion of bead exposed.
EDIT: Looks like DGC has some 168's left. We ran them down to 167, some 165.
emiller3 wrote:I see that Brad posted more recently that they just ran more 165-169's, surely those are the new mold, but I guess you're saying they aren't out yet.
Monocacy wrote:Discspeed, I truly believe that many folks who hold negative opinions about lighter discs would be pleasantly surprised if they threw a few.
Monocacy wrote:discspeed wrote:I also tested an *Ion prototype of an undisclosable nature* that weighed under 165 and had glide and stability perhaps unmatched by any previous Ion I've thrown. . . .
I love stable, glidey discs in light weights so Proto light Ion sounds intriguing. When you say “unmatched stability”, are you referring to stable (zero HSS) or overstable?
jsun3thousand wrote:Disc golfers are holding the sport back.
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