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ESP Nuke OS

ESP Nuke OS

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Vanlig pris 219,00 NOK
Vanlig pris Salgspris 219,00 NOK
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Hva betyr det at bildet er merket med "Actual Disc"?

"Actual Disc"-merket indikerer at det er vårt eget bilde av nøyaktig den discen du kommer til å få tilsendt. Det vil altså IKKE være noe variasjon i fargenyanser eller stamp.

Alle discer merket med "Actual Disc" blir også veiet av oss med presisjonsvekt. Siden produsentene ofte har større feilmargin på vekten, kan du oppleve å motta et produkt som er merket med en annen vekt.

Vi grupperer discer som har identisk farge, stamp og vekt sammen, så derfor kan du oppleve at er mer enn 1 på lager av en disc merket med "Actual Disc".

Hvilken vekt burde jeg velge?

Kort svar: Er det et par grams forskjell på de ulike variantene? Da har det ikke så mye å si.

Langt svar: Generelt er en lettere disc ofte lettere å kaste for nybegynnere, men blir mer påvirket av vind og kan oppleves mindre pålitelig. Videre vil en lettere disc "skippe" fremover mindre når den treffer bakken. Eksperimenter med ulike vekter for å oppdage forskjellene.

Kjøper du en disc under 170g anses det som en "lettvekt-disc". Det kan være fordelaktig å eksperiementere med lettere vekter, særlig for nybegynnere og spillere som sliter med å få fart på discen.

Nuke OS er en ekstremt overstabil versjon av den populære max speed-discen Nuke. Det er en distance driver som er perfekt å bruke til å få maksimal distanse for erfarne spillere, samt til kast i sterk motvind

Anbefalte bruksområder:
Maksimal distanse
Spike hyzer
Kast i motvind

Flight rating:
Speed: 13
Glide: 4
Turn: 0
Fade: 4
Stabilitet: 2.2

ESP-plast: 

ESP har et fantastisk grep kombinert med veldig god holdbarhet. Den gir deg "best of both worlds" når det gjelder plastikk. Den er hakket mindre overstabil enn Z-plast.

Customer Reviews

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Kendall Cordova, fra Infinite Discs
Min Flight Rating: 13/5/-2/2 (Ikke nybegynnervennlig)

An out of the box bomber. Very nice feeling distance driver in the hand. The rim supposedly is very wide but I don't find that to be an issue. It has a shallow rim compared to say, a destroyer, but it isn't so shallow like a latitude 64 grace, Innova katana, dynamic discs captain, or lone star curl. So it basically is in the sweet spot of rim depth. This is not a disc for fighting head winds, but otherwise it bombs. One of the better understable distance drivers in my experience (Nivå på anmelder: Viderekommen)

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Akamps, fra Infinite Discs
Min Flight Rating: 13/6/-3/2 (Ganske nybegynnervennlig)

Great for max distance for slower arms. If I release this flat it will have a big flipping turn and soft hyzer finish. That said the high number of high-speed turn makes this disc touchy for those shots that need a specific shape or will be affected by the wind. When you don't catch its sweet spot in your release. (Nivå på anmelder: Viderekommen)

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Troy M, fra Infinite Discs
Min Flight Rating: 13/5/-3/3 (Ganske nybegynnervennlig)

The Nuke SS can provide a mile-long gorgeous S-curve drive for intermediate players, and because of its significant turn (-3), it's not necessarily out of reach for many new players. In fact, beginners might find surprisingly long distances from an X-line Nuke SS, which tends to have more glide than Discraft's more durable plastics. This disc has an extra wide rim which can take some getting used to, but if you can get it up to speed, the Nuke SS will provide extra distance above and beyond what most players can achieve with an Innova Wraith or Destroyer. (Nivå på anmelder: Middels)

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Shred Jesse, fra Infinite Discs
Min Flight Rating: 13/7/-3/2 ()

Got sick the other week and ordered WAY too many discs while stuck at home. One of the sets of discs I picked up was the Nuke SS. With a speed of 13, I didn't think I'd have the arm speed to throw it, but... I was sick and not thinking right so I ordered it. Turns out... I can throw this disc pretty far for my arm! The first round I took it out I kept struggling to find my discs on blind shots because they were further than I'm used to looking by a good chunk! The glide out of this disc is phenomenal, it just wants to keep going! I also thought the fade wasn't that bad either. My new go to driver for covering max distance. Disc Comparisons as a RHBH player: ESP Thrasher 170 - Surprisingly this was a bit more over stable than the Nuke. My thrashers are not domey at all though. Prefer the Thrasher into a headwind over the Nuke SS. ESP Heat 172 - Way less speed, a chunk less glide, and notably more flippy for me. Prefer it in a tailwind. ESP Glide 167 - Similar flip to the Nuke SS, but will hold the flip longer and keep gliding. Less flip than the Heat but better hold. Prefer it when I need to cover maximum distance traveling left to right. Z Mantis 172 - Less distance, less glide, more overstable. For when I need to go left, but don't want to fall out of the sky like I will with a regular Nuke. Prefer it in the wind, prefer it when I have to stay left at all costs. (Nivå på anmelder: Middels)

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Mel Doomis, fra Infinite Discs
Min Flight Rating: 13/5/-3/2 ()

I have a beat in Nuke SS and let me say... THIS THING FLIPS! It's almost scary how much it flips. The angle I have to release on almost seems unreal to me at times. Whether bh or fh I release this disc nearly vertical, pointed at the ground. (I feel like Hokum when I throw a forehand) If I release it anywhere close to flat it is turning over into oblivion. That being said when I force myself to give it what feels like too much hyzer it flips up and flys FAR! So far that I am interested in a regular Nuke or Nuke OS for windy conditions and to see if I can throw just as far with a flatter release. The ratings are pretty accurate but mine seems to have less fade, seems to finish closer to where it flips up rather than fighting back in line with where it was thrown. (Nivå på anmelder: Middels)

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