Zingback – Pro-Plaztic (Prototype)
Zingback Pro-Plaztic Precision Approach Disc
The Zingback disc is an improved version of the Wham-O Fastback, a disc used in the earliest competitions of disc sports for Maximum Time Aloft (MTA), Throw Run and Catch (TRC), and canine disc. The Zingback is Peter Bloeme’s (Hyperflite) K-10 mold made in 2000 after a change at Wham-O resulted in their no longer sponsoring canine disc through his worldwide tournaments. This mold is old enough to buy an IPA.
A Fastback is a small “Lid”, a first design of competition discs in the sport of flying discs. It is not a distance disc. Bloeme’s improved K-10 is a stable low speed disc that is highly accurate. This mold runs daily in Hyperflite’s facility supplying the canine disc market with competition discs for the sport. Our Pro-Plaztic was developed to be durable enough for a Pitbull to chew on and not be damaged in a way that effects the flight of the disc. This TPU blend is so tough we think you will lose it before it’s flight changes due to wear on the course in normal play.
These Zingback Pros were run in a weight between 156-158g and have a 2|3|0|0 flight rating, a “Touch Disc” that consistently performs accurately with your release on approach shots up to 150′. It hyzers and anhyzers predictably, max distance is achieved with a hyzerflip. Drop putts can go over trees with anhyzer and drop in or stay close to the basket to get you out of trouble.
The Zingback is a precision approach disc and a great tosser. In fact, we recommend throwing it with a friend to learn its flight characteristics before taking it to the course.
|Dimensions||8.75 × 8.75 × 1 in|