The new PDx has been inspired by two discs: the Discmania PD and PD2. More specifically, the first-run PD and the C-Line PD2. As a Speed 11 disc, the rim is slightly larger than it’s PD cousin, but still easy to hold. Once you get the PDx up to speed, you can expect a similar amount of glide that you see on a PD. There is a slight dome to the disc which will help it carry down the fairway.
Due to the high speed stability, and 0 rating for turn, you’ll be able to really lean into a throw with the PDx and trust that it won’t turn over on you. At the end of the flight, the fade will drop right in between a PD and PD2. We still give it a 3 rating, the same as the PD, but due to the high speed stability, it might appear a bit stronger at times.
If you’re facing a shot that calls for a big hyzer, the PDx will be the disc for you. You can comfortably give it a little anhyzer on release and watch it flex down the fairway before fading out at the end.
If you’ve ever wished for a slightly more stable PD or a slightly easier to throw PD2, the PDx is the disc for you.
About the C-line plastic:
Discmania’s most durable plastic – these discs wear down very slowly. C-Line discs retain original flight characteristics for an extended period of time. Whether used in heavily wooded situations, or on extremely rugged courses, the C-Line plastic will continue to perform predictably and avoid damage better than any other plastic. Good grip and showstopper see-through look. Typically the most stable blend of plastic in Discmanias line.