(1 votes, average: 5,00 out of 5) Loading... The 2013 official disc of the MLU – it was available in different colours.
The design reminds me of a throwing star mixed with blades. There have been some discussions about the flight characteristics of the discs. It feels a little more flat for me, but the flight characteristics are not so different compared to the ultrastar.
(8 votes, average: 4,50 out of 5) Loading...A simple and yet clear design with a message: „I love ultimate“. This is a new 175g mold from a disc maker from China. Its made of some special material. Compared to the standard Discraft disc, on this one you have a little bit more grip. It’s comparable with the flight characteristics to the ultrastar. I will compare this discs in a blogpost soon.
(4 votes, average: 4,75 out of 5) Loading... This is the second in a series of collectible ultimate discs with tessellation designs (made famous by M.C. Escher™ in the mid-20th century). The surfaces of the discs are tiled with repeating geometric shapes. This disc has stylized butterflies which are interlocked and fluttering. Because this disc is printed with two different metallic foils, it gives nice effects in the sun.
This disc was made by Internetdiscshop and is sold out for years. I owned this disc some years ago but gave it away.
(7 votes, average: 4,00 out of 5) Loading... This is the last of the 3 discs (TeenPro, FiveStar) from Yikun sports that I own. It’s a special winter edition – that means the plastic material is more durable and soft. Best for playing at -20°C – +5°C. Normal sport discs get stiff and brittle and break in cold temperature. I saw an ultrastar disc same years ago break into more than two dozen parts when we played in Norway. Other companies also produce special winterdiscs (for example Daredevil).