Wednesday, April 3, 2019

Dynamic Discs Month In Review - March 2019

Dynamic Discs employees and fans are often asked, “Which of your discs are the most popular?” We tend to think that we know the answers, but some of our ideas may or may not be biased depending on our personal favorites. It’s time to put all that speculation to rest with some COLD, HARD FACTS. It’s time for the Dynamic Discs Month In Review.

Some discs may appear twice or more because of different plastic types. Here are March's top sellers:

  1. Fuzion Raider
  2. VIP Gatekeeper
  3. Classic Guard
  4. Lucid-X Felon
  5. Lucid-X Convict
  6. Opto Pioneer
  7. Prime Burst Judge
  8. Opto Recoil
  9. BT Medium Maiden
  10. Opto Ballista Pro
  11. Lucid EMAC Truth
  12. Prime Burst Deputy
  13. Lucid-X Getaway
  14. Lucid-X Maverick
  15. Origio Burst Maiden
  16. BT Hard Maiden
  17. Opto-X Fuse
  18. BT Soft Maiden
  19. Lucid Felon
  20. Opto-X Explorer


March was full of more new releases, and they continue to dominate the Month in Review. The Fuzion Raider claims the top spot, and early feedback points to the Raider being a fan favorite for months and years to come, but the Opto Ballista Pro refuses to be pushed aside as distance king and demands a spot on the list alongside the Raider. February’s new releases continue to hold spots in the top 20, as the Gatekeeper, Guard, Pioneer, and Recoil find success yet again. 6 of the Team Series discs make March’s list - Felon, Convict, Maverick, and Getaway, and Opto-X Fuse and Explorer. This year’s Team Series discs are getting great reviews, so if you haven’t picked some up to support your favorite touring players, you’re missing out on some great discs! The Judge and Deputy retain their positions in the top 20 for March while the Warden falls off. This hurts my (Robert’s) feelings. However, the Maiden is making quite the splash in the top 20 by appearing in FOUR different plastics (#teammaiden rejoice). The tried and true (pun half-intended) EMAC Truth is back alongside the Lucid Felon to round out March’s list.

Thanks for joining us in looking at a snapshot of our best sellers. Which discs are you surprised to see off the list? Leave a comment below, and let us know why your favorite disc should make April’s Month in Review!
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