Let's all stop playing around and start throwing some Power Drivers, and why not start with the Discmania PD. This disc is not for the light-hearted as it's beefy and won't slow down for a while. It's meant for when the wind is blowing hard, as the glide is not great, but can cut the wind with Power. The PD will fly straight as an arrow with a moderate fade at the end of the flight. Check out what all the buzz is about with this Discmania PD.
Speed: 10 | Glide: 4 | Turn: 0 | Fade: 3 | PDGA Approved
No surprise in 2019 the company reduced the number of disc options as it was getting overwhelming for customers. This being said, the PD barely got hit only by the reduction of the G-Line. Instead, they added two special edition discs the same year in the PD mold. It's been a fan favorite for a long time and even the release of the DD3 hasn't stopped sales!
This disk is available in every plastic type except for the P-Line which has been very limited production for all disc types. It's been a successful disc for all skill level players and customers consistently ask for more. Here are the current plastic types available to the public:
- D-Line PD - $7.99
- C-Line PD - $13.99
- S-Line PD - $14.99
- G-Line PD (OOP) - $14.95
- Swirly S-Line PD - Grady Shue - $17.99
- Lone Howl Swirly S-Line PD - Colten Montgomery - $24.99
It's been a crowd-pleaser year in and out. Great for all different types of shots and has been said to be Discmania's most versatile distance driver to date since 2019. It's very overstable out of the box, but in wear will turn slightly stable, but never understable. Depending on what plastic-type you choose, this will form into shape faster or slower. The disc is perfect for S-line shots, hyzers, and flicks. Professionals flock to the PD and have bagged it since release.
Here is what Discmania says about the disc:
Good for: Long drives, controlled drives, flicks, for advanced and pro players.
- Diameter: 21.1 cm
- Height: 1.7 cm
- Rim Depth: 1.2 cm
- Rim Width: 1.9 cm