Trilogy Revised Flight Numbers

In case you we’re already aware, Latitude 64, Dynamic Discs and Westside have revised some of their flight numbers. The discs themselves haven’t changed just the documented ratings, which should more closely match their actual flight than the old numbers.

Changes are highlighted with the amount of the changes listed in parenthesis.

DYNAMIC DISCS

  • Escape: Speed: 9 Glide: 5 Turn: -1 (-0.5) Fade: 2
  • Freedom: Speed: 14 Glide: 5 Turn: -3 (-1.0) Fade: 3
  • Judge: Speed: 2 Glide: 4 Turn: 0 Fade: 1 (+0.5)
  • Thief: Speed: 8 Glide: 5 Turn: -1.5 (-1.5) Fade: 2

LATITUDE 64

Drivers

  • Ballista: Speed: 14 Glide: 5 (+1.0) Turn: -1 (-0.5) Fade: 3 (+1.0)
  • Cutlass: Speed: 13 Glide: 5 Turn: 0 Fade: 3.5 (+0.5)
  • Flow: Speed: 11 Glide: 6 Turn: -0.5 (+0.5) Fade: 2
  • Gladiator: Speed: 13 Glide: 5 Turn: 0 Fade: 3.5 (+0.5)
  • Knight: Speed: 14 Glide: 4 Turn: -1.5 (-0.5) Fade: 4
  • Missilen: Speed: 15 Glide: 3 Turn: -0.5 (-1.0) Fade: 4.5
  • Raketen: Speed: 15 Glide: 4 (+1.0) Turn: -2 (-0.5) Fade: 3 (-0.5)
  • Stiletto: Speed: 13 Glide: 3 (+1.0) Turn: 0.5 (-0.5) Fade: 5 (-1.0)

Fairways

  • Bryce: Speed: 9 Glide: 6 Turn: -2 (-1.0) Fade: 2
  • Culverin: Speed: 9 Glide: 5 Turn: -0.5 (-0.5) Fade: 3
  • Falchion: Speed: 8 (-1.0) Glide: 5 (-1.0) Turn: -1 Fade: 2
  • River Pro: Speed: 6 (-1.0) Glide: 5 Turn: 0 Fade: 2 (-0.5)
  • Saint Pro: Speed: 8 Glide: 5 (-1.0) Turn: -0.5 (-0.5) Fade: 2 (-1.0)
  • Spark: Speed: 7 Glide: 4 Turn: -0.5 (-0.5) Fade: 2 (-1.0)
  • Striker: Speed: 8 (-1.0) Glide: 5 Turn: 0 Fade: 2
  • Trident: Speed: 6 (+1.0) Glide: 4 (+2.0) Turn: -0.5 (-0.5) Fade: 3 (-2.0)
  • XXX: Speed: 7 Glide: 3 (+1.0) Turn: 0 Fade: 4 (-1.0)
  • Zion: Speed: 9 Glide: 4 (+1.0) Turn: -0.5 (-0.5) Fade: 3 (+1.0)

Midranges

  • Core: Speed: 6 (+1.0) Glide: 5 Turn: -0.5 Fade: 1 (+1.0)
  • Fuse: Speed: 5 Glide: 6 Turn: -1 (+1.0) Fade: 0 (-1.0)
  • Gobi: Speed: 6 (+1.0) Glide: 5 Turn: -0.5 (-1.0) Fade: 1
  • Pearl: Speed: 4 Glide: 6 Turn: -4 Fade: 0 (-1.0)

Putters

  • Dagger: Speed: 2 Glide: 5 (+1.0) Turn: 0 Fade: 1 (-1.0)
  • Gauntlet: Speed: 2 Glide: 4 (-1.0) Turn: 0 Fade: 1
  • Pure: Speed: 3 Glide: 3 Turn: -1 (-1.0) Fade: 1
  • Sinus: Speed: 2 Glide: 2 (+1.0) Turn: 0 Fade: 2 (-1.0)
  • Spike: Speed: 4 Glide: 3 (+1.0) Turn: -1 Fade: 1 (-1.0)

WESTSIDE DISCS

  • Boatman: Speed: 10  (-1.0) Glide: 5 Turn: 0 Fade: 2
  • Catapult: Speed: 14 Glide: 4 (-1.0) Turn: -0.5 (+0.5) Fade: 3
  • Giant: Speed: 13 Glide: 4 (+1.0) Turn: 0 (-1.0) Fade: 3.5 (-0.5)
  • King: Speed: 14 Glide: 5 Turn: -1.5 (-0.5) Fade: 3 (-1.0)
  • Queen: Speed: 14 Glide: 5 Turn: -3 (-1.0) Fade: 2
  • Sampo: Speed: 10 Glide: 4 (-1.0) Turn: -1 (-1.0) Fade: 2
  • Sorcerer: Speed: 13 Glide: 5 (-1.0) Turn: -0.5 (-0.5) Fade: 3 (+1.0)
  • Sword: Speed: 12 Glide: 5 Turn: -0.5 (-0.5) Fade: 2
  • World: Speed: 14 Glide: 4 Turn: -0.5 (-1.5) Fade: 3 (-1.0)

Fairways

  • Hatchet: Speed: 9 Glide: 6 Turn: -2 Fade: 1 (-1.0)
  • Stag: Speed: 8 Glide: 6 Turn: -1 (-1.0) Fade: 2 (-1.0)

Midranges

  • Tursas: Speed: 5 Glide: 5 Turn: -2 (+1.0) Fade: 1
  • Warship: Speed: 5 (-1.0) Glide: 6 (+1.0) Turn: 0 Fade: 1

Putters

  • Swan 1 Reborn: Speed: 3 Glide: 3 Turn: -2.5 (-1.5) Fade: 0

From http://www.latitude64.se/discs/big-flight-rating-revision-2018/ and

THE BIG FLIGHT RATING REVISION OF 2018

Thanks to the feedback of our many fans we realized it was about time to take a hard look at our flight ratings. We agree with you guys, some of them has just not been accurate. Why? We have evolved! There has been two main stages for us.

2006-2011. A lot of our discs were released a long time ago. Our first discs (Sinus, Medius, Primitus) were produced 2006, and back then we rented machine time from another company. Our first very own injection molding machine touched down on the factory floor 2011. Being in full control of production gave us the opportunity to develop in ways we could not imagine. We made better discs, and some discs saw some changes along the way.

2011-2017. We will not go into full detail in public, but as we have evolved we have made some slight changes in our disc production techniques. Apart from making discs that fly great, look good and feel comfortable, we have also put great effort in making as consistent runs of discs as we possibly can. Some of our discs has seen slightly different flight characteristics because of this. Saint Pro is one example. When it was released we had some really good runs that we were happy with, but there were unfortunately also a few runs that were less satisfactory. The Saint Pro’s produced today are less overstable compared the first runs, but the consistency has improved immensely.

2018-. We now feel that we have reached a level of consistency which requires a flight rating revision. We still have a lot of work to do on this matter. Reaching 100% consistency is an utopian impossibility due to the organic material we are working with. But our goal is, and has always been, to be in the forefront of improving the quality and consistency of golf discs. You should not have to be a disc detective to replace your favorite discs.

We hope you feel we are doing a good job, and we promise that we will keep finding ways to do it even better.

Recent Arrivals: 14 Apr 2018

Now with individual photographs:

New Arrivals

Recent restocks:

Recent Arrivals: 18 Mar 2018

New Arrivals:

Recent restocks:

Colour Glow Sexton Firebirds on sale at Noon PST

Our first batch of Sexy Birds for 2018, these are all individually photographed, so you can pick out the exact disc you want. Discs are priced from $29.99-39.99 depending on the number of colours and amount of swirl.

Link will not work until noon: https://shop.disccellar.ca/products/innova-firebird-coloured-glow-champion-nate-sexton-2018-tour-series

Here’s a preview (you can also watch the unboxing video included in the Anthon post):

Anthon Destroyers on sale at Noon PST

Our first batch of Anthon Destroyers has arrived, they will be available starting at noon PST today. We have more arriving next week (~ Wednesday). We also got our first batch of 2018 Sexton Colour Glow Firebirds, they will go on sale on Saturday at noon. If you want to get both, order your Anthon today with shipping (of a parcel type) and let us know to hold the order for the subsequent Sexton order.

Link won’t work until noon: https://shop.disccellar.ca/products/innova-destroyer-star-shimmer-josh-anthon-tour-series-2018

You can watch the unboxing video of both here:

Example photos:

Sky God on sale at noon

The Simon Lizotte Signature Series C-Line P2 “Sky God” will go on sale at The Disc Cellar at noon today. We have 30 in stock, so you should have time to get one if you want one.

We have a lot of other special discs coming in (or already here):

If you want to save on shipping, we recommend that you buy the discs you want today, and add to the order notes that you’d like us to hold the order and ship it with a future order. We’re happy to do this for you and save on shipping. When you pick a parcel rate, you can ship up to 750g (potentially 4 discs) for the same price, with only incremental cost increases at 1kg and every 500g after that.Amethyst Sky God - Simon Lizotte Signature Series C-Line P2

 

Recent Arrivals: 03 Mar 2018

As usual we’re behind on inventory, but here’s some of the newer stuff.

New Arrivals:

Recently restocked:

Subscription boxes:

2017 Ace Race Disc has a name: Sting

If you played in last year’s Ace Race, the disc has a name Sting and was PDGA approved on Nov 7, 2017.

Marketing speak:

“The global Ace Race evaluates a new Discraft prototype each year with the help of 20,000 testers, and last year the players were once again pleased with the results. The design goal was to create a disc that is easy to control, holds an almost perfect line on all throws, and fits comfortably in most hands. The Sting achieved all of this.

Here’s what the disc can do:

  • Holds an almost perfect line on big throws
  • Even new players can hold an anhyzer line with long glide
  • Rip it for high-speed hyzer flip drives
  • Delivers long flights to reach maximum distance

Stability rating: 0.0 | Available weight range: 160-174 | Suitable for all players” – by Discraft

Las Vegas Challenge

Good luck to all the Canadians playing in the Las Vegas Challenge this week, and a special good luck to Michael Ramanauskas, Team Disc Cellar member and the artist behind the Exobot.

I’m sure we’re missing some, but here’s standings so far through 1 round (https://www.pdga.com/tour/event/34119)

Pro Masters 40+

Pro Masters Women 40+

Pro Masters 50+

Advanced

Advanced Women

Amateur Masters 40+

Amateur Masters Women 50+

Intermediate

Recreational Women

Novice

And on the National Tour side of things (https://www.pdga.com/tour/event/33918)

Open

Open Women