Monday, June 3, 2019

Dynamic Discs Month In Review - May 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 May's top sellers:

  1. Retro Keystone
  2. Tournament Gatekeeper
  3. Lucid Vandal
  4. Fuzion Raider
  5. Prime Burst Judge
  6. Lucid-X Escape
  7. Zero Medium Keystone
  8. Prime Burst Deputy
  9. Gold Burst Ballista Pro
  10. Lucid Air Defender
  11. Lucid Air Maverick
  12. Lucid Air Captain
  13. Prime Burst Escape
  14. Opto Ballista Pro
  15. Opto Diamond
  16. Classic Blend Burst Guard
  17. Lucid Trespass
  18. VIP Gatekeeper
  19. Lucid EMAC Truth
  20. Classic Burst Judge


It’s May, and that means it’s Trilogy Challenge time. The Retro Keystone, Tournament Gatekeeper, and Lucid Vandal are on their way to Trilogy Challenges all over the world. If you haven’t played a Trilogy Challenge or gotten your hands on these discs, you’re missing out on some winners! The Fuzion Raider required a huge event to knock it off the top spot, and you can bet that it won’t be easily knocked off again. The Raider never forgets. Two Judge iterations crack the list this month, and the Keystone, Deputy, and Guard also make non-Trilogy Challenge spots. (Where are my #teamwarden people at?!?) The Ballista Pro also finds its way on twice, and the Gold Line version is sure to be a favorite for quite a while. Some new Lucid Air molds in the Defender, Maverick, and Captain burst onto the scene, while some perennial best-sellers in the Escape, Diamond, Trespass, and EMAC Truth round out May’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 June’s Month in Review!
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