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Blizzard plastic floats in water?

Postby Drowsy » Tue Jun 19, 2012 10:34 am

If so, at what weight do they start sinking? Heading to a girls lakehouse next weekend, wanna bomb one out over the lake and I was thinking of getting a floater..
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Re: Blizzard plastic floats in water?

Postby veganray » Tue Jun 19, 2012 10:39 am

<=139g floats, per Innova
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Re: Blizzard plastic floats in water?

Postby turso » Tue Jun 19, 2012 11:13 am

I've tested 137g destro and 139g boss, they float.
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Re: Blizzard plastic floats in water?

Postby JR » Mon Jun 25, 2012 10:22 am

My 138 Boss is surprisingly beefy and will rise to the surface even if upside down without any bubbles in the disc. I'm not afraid of throwing a lighter Boss but i have had grip locks with the 138 and i have legendary grip problems holding on to discs because of my arm injury and subconscious loosening of the grip once the pivot starts :evil: YMMV. The harder you throw and the more squeezing power you have the more likely you are to hold on to the disc so that it rips out late 15 degrees right.
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