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    Hey all, I am ordering some CFR discs (Innova)to go with WSDGA Fall FLing in Mid-October. For those who love glo-discs:
    1) Which molds do you like the most?
    2) Which are typically the most popular?
    3)Which are the rarest and therefore might sell well cuz they are hard to get a hold of?

    Thanks in advance for helping this rookie TD out.
    (I know there are non-glo CFR discs out there, but I am only interested in purchasing GLO this time around)
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  • #2
    Originally posted by EnigmaSquad View Post
    Hey all, I am ordering some CFR discs (Innova)to go with WSDGA Fall FLing in Mid-October. For those who love glo-discs:
    1) Which molds do you like the most?
    2) Which are typically the most popular?
    3)Which are the rarest and therefore might sell well cuz they are hard to get a hold of?

    Thanks in advance for helping this rookie TD out.
    (I know there are non-glo CFR discs out there, but I am only interested in purchasing GLO this time around)

    From my own experience these seem to be the best sellers:

    Teebird
    Firebird (The flat tops sell best)
    KC Pro Glow Roc
    KC Pro Glow Avair
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    • #3
      teebirds
      firebirds

      the runs of these two discs right now are amazing.
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      • #4
        Glo wraiths outsold Champ makos, glo aviars, and champion katanas 3:1 at my last tourney. We used the rainbow stamp and it was large stamp so it was super flat and looked awesome.
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          • #6
            Never seen a Glow Champ Rhyno before, seems popular for upshots. Sure wish I could aquire one. If you order I'm in for 2 + Shipping.

            Always looking for flat top firebirds

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            • #7
              Champ. Sidewinders would get my vote

              Now I have a beginners/new guy question .....
              I have often seen tee-birds as tourney discs and listed in topics like this one, but....
              How many people use tee-birds regularly?
              I have one from the Shelton showdown, but only because it was the slowest and lightest (167 still a little heavy for me) thing they had

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              • #8
                Originally posted by matt View Post
                Champ. Sidewinders would get my vote

                Now I have a beginners/new guy question .....
                I have often seen tee-birds as tourney discs and listed in topics like this one, but....
                How many people use tee-birds regularly?
                I have one from the Shelton showdown, but only because it was the slowest and lightest (167 still a little heavy for me) thing they had
                I carry a CFR Glow teebird from the Farragut open last year and while it isn't the most used disc in my bag, it does see quite a bit of action.
                Whenever I see a matress on top of a car, I think it's a prostitute making a house call!

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                • #9
                  I throw a Teebird off the tee all the time. The old cal mold teebirds are so reliable. Not as sure about the CA mold, but people still love them.

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                  • #10
                    I didn't much care for the plus mold glow teebirds that were CFR's. I did really like the Glow Firebirds though, so flat, so stable.
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                    • #11
                      Thank you all for the input. I will be placing my order tomorrow. Probably going with Glo Firebird and GLo Teebird.
                      We have a pretty cool stamp for our tourney but am I right in assuming you guys would care less what the stamp is on a glo disc?

                      Anyway if you interested in purchasing one of these (cuz I know they are sort of hard to come by) PM me. $15 each.
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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by matt View Post
                        Champ. Sidewinders would get my vote

                        Now I have a beginners/new guy question .....
                        I have often seen tee-birds as tourney discs and listed in topics like this one, but....
                        How many people use tee-birds regularly?
                        I have one from the Shelton showdown, but only because it was the slowest and lightest (167 still a little heavy for me) thing they had
                        I throw TeeBirds all the time - they are MONEY! I look to a TeeBird first off the tee before ANYTHING else, including faster drivers because they are so consistent for me. I carry a well worn 175g STAR and a crispy 175g Eco STAR for a little more turn at the finish. Now I hate Glo plastic of anykind - it just doesn't do anything for me - including TeeBirds (+ mold or otherwise) so I apologize for a bit of a thread drift here. I did play around with the same Glo TeeBird that KrisC mentioned but took it out of my bag and am toying with a 175g Metal Flake TeeBird that I am liking about as much as the Ch. Glo. STAR and Champion TeeBirds are money and soooooo consistent though. I do have to admit that I didn't understand that as a beginner though. Just my 2 cents.

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                        • #13
                          nobody voted for a Roc?

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                          • #14
                            Sidewinder

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                            • #15
                              so what did you get?
                              fire and tee birds?
                              what weights? any in the 150s-160s range?
                              i would like to have a firebird, if it wasnt super heavy

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