Friday, October 4, 2019

Dynamic Discs Month In Review - September 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 September’s top sellers:

  1. Lucid Raider
  2. VIP-X Chameleon Warship
  3. Opto-X Glimmer Fury
  4. Retro Keystone
  5. Prime Burst Judge
  6. Lucid Vandal
  7. Tournament Gatekeeper
  8. Opto-X Chameleon Explorer
  9. Fuzion Raider
  10. Lucid Air Vandal
  11. Lucid Maverick
  12. Opto Diamond
  13. Prime Judge
  14. Lucid EMAC Truth
  15. Gold Ballista Pro
  16. Prime Burst EMAC Truth
  17. Lucid Felon
  18. Opto River
  19. VIP Hatchet
  20. Lucid Escape


September brings us nearly to the end of Trilogy Challenges, and the Vandal, Gatekeeper, and Keystone will be widely available soon! However, the releases of the much-hyped Lucid Raider and a couple of limited edition discs dethrone the Trilogy Challenge discs for September. The VIP-X Chameleon Warship, Opto-X Glimmer Fury, and Opto-X Chameleon Explorer turned some heads with their unique shifting colors. If you haven’t picked one up, there’s a chance you regret it. You can only fix it by picking one up. The Judge sticks around yet again as the only putter on the list and is joined by the only other stock midrange to make the list every month - the EMAC Truth. Fairway drivers had a great month, claiming 10 of the 20 spots, and the Raider is joined only by the Ballista Pro on the list for September. It seems like September is the month for SENDING IT! You all are probably just waiting for the winter months to work on your short game - we get it. In the meantime, KEEP SENDING IT!

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 October’s Month in Review!
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