Whamo 2127 World Class 175 Gram Ultimate Frisbee, Price/Each
Whamo 2127 World Class 175 Gram Ultimate Frisbee, Price/Each

Whamo 2127 World Class 175 Gram Ultimate Frisbee, Price/Each

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by SCHD Date Added: Monday 26 December, 2011

This is a great frisbee for Ultimate......was only disappointed as I did not reciceive the same frisbee as pictured. The product is quality for the use but if you are looking for this exact frisbee with the Ultimate figure on it, you will be disappointed.

Rating: 4 of 5 Stars! [4 of 5 Stars!]
by E. Kennedy Date Added: Sunday 31 July, 2011

This is a very durable frisbee and it's heavy enough that you'll still get accurate tosses in moderate wind. I worked at a summer camp and the kids and staff were quite happy with these ones.

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
by W. Dada Date Added: Friday 03 June, 2011

OK, admittedly I'm a disc-snob. I played Club Ultimate at the highest levels. Most people will find this Wham-O to be a fine "frisbee". In fact since you won't find Discrafts at Big-5 this is probably the best choice that many people have readily available to them. A 175g disc is the ideal weight. That said the Discraft is better than the Wham-O and here's why:1) The Discraft is stiffer on the edges where you grip for the forehand throw. This is important for accuracy on the flick as the flopsy Wham-O makes it hard to get that really tight grip you need for really ripping the flick. When I grab the Wham-O for the forehand my thumb just bends the crud out of the disc, with the Discraft it's much stiffer and that allows a more accurate throw with more spin and that means more distance.2) The Discraft is lower-profile and flies further. The Wham-O is more "domed" than the Discraft and will "hang" or "float" a little more but the Discraft will fly further.Then there's the fact that virtually all Ultimate tournaments are played with the Discraft, so if you're looking to learn ultimate get a Discraft. Otherwise you'll be learning to throw a disc that will be different than the one you'll use come tournament time. Given the subtleties of throwing discs I would have to say that this would be analogous to a Quarterback in football playing with a different size/weight football than he'd be using in the game, only even more so since footballs to not hang or curve when they are thrown.So in summary if you're a casual back-yard "BBQ" frisbee player this is a good disc, not great. But since you're already shopping online and the Discraft is both cheaper and better why not get the Discraft? You have have the advantage of more selection on-line than the local sporting goods store, so make the smart choice.Actually the Innova Pulsar 175g is also a fine disc, though you'll hardly see it. I'd choose the Innova over the Wham-O but would advise anyone to just get the Discraft.

Rating: 3 of 5 Stars! [3 of 5 Stars!]
by Kevin Corter Date Added: Friday 11 March, 2011

Used this in Iraq for some bonding and the thing got used and abused. It took an huge amount of punishment and still came back for more. Would by again

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
by Robert A. Stein "superbroker1997" Date Added: Monday 06 September, 2010

It's round and flies through the air. What else do you want to know?

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
by Jon Clendenen Date Added: Tuesday 24 August, 2010

I used to have a collection of frisbees for all purposes when I was in college (lo these many years ago). One of my favorites was the white 150 gram long flyer (my heaviest disk). When I got this one to play with my kids, I was hoping that it would be as good as I remembered, and it is. The heavy weight (175 grams) makes for stable throws even in moderate wind, and it is a lot easier for the kids to learn with than a lighter model that torques over too easily.Highly recommended.

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
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