Speed: 12 | Glide: 6 | Turn: -1 | Fade: 2 | PDGA Approved
Since the release in 2016, the disk was an instant hit with Discmaniacs in the world and respective disc golfers. The popularity has not dwindled throughout the years and in 2019, the company announced retiring molds/plastics, not for any specific reasons, but we can presume it was due to sales. The original DD was on this list, but the DDx was one of the few discs that didn't see any plastic reductions.
Upon the release of every new plastic, stores were unable to keep them in stock. Production has picked up and the disc is readily available. A Special Edition was presented in Glow plastic but is running low on supply. Here are the current offerings for the disc:
There is no question this massive maximum distance driver provided exactly what the Discmania fans were looking for in a driver. It's trustworthy no matter the skill level and the ability to be turned over without a lot of effort is hard to come by. The predictable fade at the end of the flight provides those amazing S-curve full flight patterns everyone aws over.
Here is what Discmania says about the disc:
Good for: Maximum distance drives, long turnover shots, for all skill levels.
- Diameter: 21.1 cm
- Height: 1.7 cm
- Rim Depth: 1.1 cm
- Rim Width: 2.3 cm