andrew wrote:Comparing Z and Opto variants (because that's all I've thrown), Comet is slower and a bit more HSS than Fuse. Same diameter, which is slightly larger than average, so they feel pretty similar in hand except Fuse has slanted (+) inner rim. If hyzer flipped for a straight throw, I think Comet has perhaps less fade but neither has much fade at all and both are easy to flip over so that they will never fade. Fuse is easier to get under low ceilings. Comet is based on a Roc but not as stable whereas Fuse seems a better pair for a Buzzz. Comet gets finicky in headwinds but Fuse is even moreso.
Fuse is easier to get along with, but it's an understable disc to some extent, whereas when thrown properly a good Comet shouldn't turn even when nutted. Still, can't go wrong with either, and at shorter distances the differences don't matter that much.cubeofsoup wrote:Can someone sell me on Fuse vs Comet?
Anode|ION|JOKERi|MD2|FD|TD|PD|LEGENDaParks wrote:If the posts on this forum are any indication, the PD is like a Teebird with sunshine coming out of its butthole so hard that it flies faster.
asiankatie wrote:So, I'm fairly new to disc golfing. I have only been a couple of times before and havent been in a couple of years now. One of my roommates has recently gotten into it and wants to go. I remembered having some discs that my ex gave me a while back, anyway I found this one in a box. Do you think it's good for a beginner?
BrotherDave wrote:. . . The Fuse isn't as touchy, probably b/c it's a bit faster, you can be a little dirty with it like Frank said.
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