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Discraft Meteor Flight Numbers Speed: 5 Glide: 5 Turn: -3 Fade: 1 Dimensions Diameter: 21.5 cm Height: 2.0 cm Rim Depth: 1.3 cm Rim Thickness: 1...View full details
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Flight Numbers Speed: 5 Glide: 5 Turn: -3 Fade: 1 Skill Level: Any Disc Type: Midrange Stability: Understable Plastic: Metallic Z More Plastics: ...View full details
Meteor Quick Facts:
- Very beginner friendly
- Controlled turnover throws
- Premium plastic options
- Excellent glide and distance
- Versatile for various shot shapes
Discraft Meteor Review: Understable Midrange
The Discraft Meteor is an exceptional midrange disc that offers controlled turnover throws. Designed for right-handed, backhand throwers, this understable disc flies to the right with ease, providing beginners with improved control and distance.
The Meteor is available in premium ESP and Z plastics, which offer superior grip and durability. With a diameter of 21.50 cm and a height of 2 cm, this disc fits comfortably in your hand.
The Meteor is a versatile disc that fits perfectly in any midrange lineup. It delivers steady, controlled turnovers with plenty of glide, even at slower speeds. It can be released at a seven o'clock angle for a smooth hyzer throw. This disc is often compared to the popular Buzzz and is a great choice for beginners seeking a similar level of performance.
Players of all experience levels appreciate the Meteor's utility. It excels at executing shots that require turnover in wooded areas. Its versatility extends to launching at 70% power on a hyzer line, where it will gently turn throughout the entire flight. Additionally, the Meteor is perfect for getting around obstacles by throwing it into the sky with a slight anhyzer, allowing it to float predictably downward.
The Meteor is a key disc for both seasoned players and beginners. It helps beginners learn the art of turnover shots with minimal throw angle adjustments. Experienced players value its reliability as a go-to hyzerflip or turnover midrange. The disc also offers great opportunities for learning how discs beat in and understanding their performance changes over time.
If you're looking for an understable utility disc that will always flip up and glide, the Meteor is the one for you. Throwing it RHBH (right-hand backhand), it will flip and turn to the right while holding the line you throw it on. Releasing it on a hyzer angle allows you to use it as a mid-range roller. The Meteor's ESP plastic feels great, making it enjoyable to throw and providing a lot of fun during your rounds.
Don't miss out on the Discraft Meteor. It's an excellent choice for beginners in need of reliable control and distance. As your skills progress, the Meteor will remain a valuable disc in your bag to achieve those crucial turnover shots and confident approaches.