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Banking on the popularity of its namesake, the Buzzz GT has a low profile with an added “groove track” that give the player extra grip for the thumb. From a stability perspective it sits somewhere between the Buzzz and the Buzzz OS.
Metallic Z plastic is known for its durability and eye-catching looks. The plastic is semi-translucent, very stiff, and very resistant to wear. It's produced in a variety of bright colors. It has a tendency to be slightly overstable than, say, ESP Plastic. It's used mainly for Tour Series discs.
OK, we get it. There are waaaaay toooooo maaaany zzz's in the Buzzz. But have you thrown one? There's a reason why it's one of the most popular mid-range discs for pros and amateurs alike.
And Discraft didn't stop there. They have created a very successful lineup of discs and unique plastic blends. I mean, they got Paul McBeth throwing their stuff! That's huge!