So I know it's been said many times before, but I just need to talk about the Buzzz. This really is the straightest thing I've ever thrown and it still amazes me everytime I throw it.
I have a 174 Z-Buzzz that is just money, money, money. I've only been using it for about a month, but its seen a lot of use and has quickly become my go-to disc. I play mostly on long wooded courses with lots of tunnel shots and being able to throw dead straight has shaved strokes and strokes off of my scores. I also have a 170-172 D-Buzzz and this has become a great turnover disc. It was breaking in slowly until I nailed a tree about an inch thick that basically folded it. Now its perfect. I really like the soft feel of the D plastic, too -- this is my first introduction to Pro D.
One thing I noticed about the Z-Buzzz is that it doesn't matter how much height is on it. I can throw this about 320' 6 feet off the ground on a dead straight line. With a hyzer line or an S-curve with more height, it goes basically the same distance if not shorter. Definitely a true flyer, decently speedy and for once lives up to a manufacturers promise of "straight." I tried Rocs -- I liked the flight and I liked beating them up, and I know why so many people throw them, but I never liked the feel of the bead in my hand. I own a ton of Rocs, but I found it interesting when I took my CFR Champ Roc and compared it. It looks basically exactly the same as my Z-Buzzz (same color, too), but with the big ole bead that I don't like the feel of. To each his own, but I love myself a Buzzz.
Oh, the Buzzz also broke through my irritational only-throw-Innova phase, and I'm more than happy about that.
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