Review of Durable DiscDog sport discs (frisbee)

Hero; Hyperflite; Wham-o; Yikun; Discrockers; K9 discs; Eurodisc; Frisbeescape; Latitude 64; Trixie; Mamadics /// SuperHero, Z-Disc, Eurablend, Spacedog, Heavy Crusher, C-Zenith, PuncMaster 135, RAID; Bite

Review of Durable DiscDog sport discs (frisbee)

Postby admin » Thu Jan 09, 2020 8:05 pm

Worlds "largest" in depth review of dog discs for discdog sport:
https://tinyurl.com/DogDiscReview

(not finished, about 33% done)

Picture gallery of the discs: https://imgur.com/a/PM8Lu3L

Discs are divided in 2 main categories: light plastics and durable ones. The second ones are a bit more heavy but do last much much longer then the light plastic ones.
They are not only (almost) puncture resistant, but their rims will suffer a lot less damage (bite marks, cracks) so they will fly for longer time!

List of known durable disc manufacturers:
Hero - http://www.herodiscusa.com (USA) - Super, Star, Sonic, Atom, Swirl
Hyperflite - http://www.hyperflite.com (USA) - Jawz and Z-Disc Fang
K9discs - http://www.k9-disc.com (Belgium) - C-Zenith
Latitude - http://www.latitude64.se (Sweden) - Bite
Frisbeescape - http://www.frisbeescape.com (Italy) - Raid 3
Discrockers - http://www.discrockers.com (Germany) - Heavy Crusher
DTWorld - http://www.dtworld.com (USA) - Eurablend
Eurodisc - http://www.eurodisc.biz (Germany) - PuncMaster
Trixie - http://www.trixie.de (Germany) - Trixie
Yikun - http://www.yikunsports.com (China) - Spacedog
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