Disc Molds  Kastaplast (Mest köpta 2014)

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 Rask

A concept disc based on kastaplast’s invention for drag reduction. Being super fast and very overstable, the Rask should probably have a warning sticker on it.

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Max Weight: 175 g
Diameter: 211 mm
Center Height: 16 mm
Rim Depth: 11 mm
Rim Thickness: 22 mm
PDGA Approved Date: 2013-07-18
Description: Being less than 22 mm wide at the rim, Rask proves that a disc’s speed cannot be determined by looking at the width of the rim. Those who want the fastest disc available, without the widest rim, reach for Rask! Some players swear by it, but it sure isn’t for everyone. Rask is Swedish for fast.

Suitable for: Advanced players, headwind shots, hyzer bombs, getting out of trouble.

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 Kaxe Z

“The Z” is the beadless version of Kaxe and is often referred to as a slightly seasoned Kaxe, flight-wise. Straighter and glidier, but still dependable and kaxey!

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Max Weight: 175 g
Diameter: 211 mm
Center Height: 19 mm
Rim Depth: 13 mm
Rim Thickness: 15 mm
PDGA Approved Date: 2014-10-15
Description: Just as with the original Kaxe we have called it a midrange driver, but it’s just as much a fairway driver. A multi-purpose disc. The Kaxe Z can handle a decent amount of speed and wind, but will also perform better than the typical driver when powered-down. With this disc we’re introducing the Z as in Zero, symbolizing less stability than the original mold.

Suitable for: Control shots, forehand shots, 1-disc rounds.

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 Kaxe

A fast midrange driver or slow fairway driver? Some would say it’s both. A true multi-purpose disc that has become the favorite control driver for many players.

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Max Weight: 174 g
Diameter: 210 mm
Center Height: 19 mm
Rim Depth: 13 mm
Rim Thickness: 15 mm
PDGA Approved Date: 2014-05-19
Description: Appreciated for its predictable flight, the Kaxe will come in handy in numerous situations on the course. Due to its slim proportions and decent stability, Kaxe handles wind well without being very overstable. Kaxe is an old Swedish word for a self-confident person.

Suitable for: Control shots, forehand shots, 1-disc rounds.