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OBSIDIAN DISCS - OUR DISCS

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Magma

The Magma is a well-gliding, stable-to-overstable mid-range disc. It does not turn over even with higher speeds, but flies straight until it slows down for a predictable fade. Even for lower arm speeds the Magma will not be too overstable, but remains a very easy to control and reliable disc.

Magma is made of H9 plastic material, which is very durable yet flexible, and with a good grip compared to other premium plastics. H9 is also one of the best materials for dyeing.

Magma

Shard

The Shard is an easy to throw and excellently gliding fairway driver. With beginners the Shard’s flight trajectory is straight and ends with a moderate fade. With advanced players the disc is at its best in technical hyzer flips and long overturning throws, where the Shard is stable enough to keep the flight path in control.

Shard is made of H9 plastic material, which is very durable yet flexible, and with a good grip compared to other premium plastics. H9 is also one of the best materials for dyeing.

Shard

Cinder

The Cinder is the more stable model of the fairway drivers by Obsidian Discs. The Cinder excels both in backhand and forehand throws, regardless of the players’ skill levels. As a disc of low speed rating, the Cinder is an easily handled tool for situations requiring precise control. It is suitably overstable to make many kinds of throws possible. The Cinder is an exceedingly well gliding disc and with its versatility it meets outstandingly the needs of both the amateur and the professional players.

Cinder is made of H9 plastic material, which is very durable yet flexible, and with a good grip compared to other premium plastics. H9 is also one of the best materials for dyeing.

Cinder

Caldera

Caldera is Obsidian Discs’ first driver disc. Its rim width is 22 mm (0.87″) and therefore its speed class is 12. The disc’s properties make it an understable distance driver. Underside of the rim is slightly rounded, making it very comfortable to throw.

Caldera is made of the H9 plastic material, which is exceptionally durable, flexible and grippy also when slightly wet. Caldera performs best in calm weathers and with tailwind. Caldera can also be used by new players, even though wide-rimmed discs are usually not recommended for novices.

Caldera

Rift

Rift is a well-gliding, overstable flat top distance/control driver with a speed class of 11. The rim width is 21 mm and rim depth 12 mm. It is a reliable disc which holds the line even with high speeds, but will finish with a moderately sharp fade. Rift will not be the most overstable stone of the bag, but it will have a significant role in the end spectrum of overstable drivers. Rift is suitable for advanced and professional players for both backhand and forearm throws. It excels in hyzer and straight shots needing a sound fade.

Rift is made of H9 plastic material, which is very durable yet flexible, and with a good grip compared to other premium plastics. H9 is also one of the best materials for dyeing.

Rift
Rift Flight Rating

Splinter

Splinter is a great flat top putter intended for all skill levels. It is very overstable, does not flip over even when thrown very hard, and has a predictable and reliable fade. You want to use it for driving, as well as for approaching and putting.

The bottom part of the rim is rounded comfortably to help you to release the disc every time with the same accuracy. If you are a beginner and want to start with just one disc, select Splinter. For more advanced players it will be a great reliable disc for driving and approaching also in windy conditions.

Splinter

Fragment

Fragment is a stable, straight flying putter. Its profile is thin and flat making it to fit perfectly for small and large hands. Fragment is straight and trustworthy in short and long putts. Fragment will hold throwing angles well and thanks to the carefully rounded edge of the rim the release will be smooth.

The H9 plastic is the same hard premium material we use in our drivers and mid-range discs.

Fragment
Fragment Flight Rating

Lava

Lava is an overturning understable mid-range disc with a low profile. Lava is a brilliant disc for tight fairways and wooded courses, as well as for specific shot shaping when needed. Lava is a great disc for both beginners and demanding professionals who need the specific flight characteristics for their shots.

Lava
Lava Flight Rating

Tremor

Tremor is a very overstable but relatively slow driver in speed class 9. The final fade of Tremor gets rather sharp as the disc starts to slow down, so the player needs a good arm-speed to get the best out of the disc. Tremor is a very precise control disc that can be thrown in special anhyzer angles and of course in normal hyzers and straight releases.

Tremor
Tremor Flight Rating

Magma

The Magma is a well-gliding, stable-to-overstable mid-range disc. It does not turn over even with higher speeds, but flies straight until it slows down for a predictable fade. Even for lower arm speeds the Magma will not be too overstable, but remains a very easy to control and reliable disc.

Magma is made of H9 plastic material, which is very durable yet flexible, and with a good grip compared to other premium plastics. H9 is also one of the best materials for dyeing.

Magma

Shard

The Shard is an easy to throw and excellently gliding fairway driver. With beginners the Shard’s flight trajectory is straight and ends with a moderate fade. With advanced players the disc is at its best in technical hyzer flips and long overturning throws, where the Shard is stable enough to keep the flight path in control.

Shard is made of H9 plastic material, which is very durable yet flexible, and with a good grip compared to other premium plastics. H9 is also one of the best materials for dyeing.

Shard

Cinder

The Cinder is the more stable model of the fairway drivers by Obsidian Discs. The Cinder excels both in backhand and forehand throws, regardless of the players’ skill levels. As a disc of low speed rating, the Cinder is an easily handled tool for situations requiring precise control. It is suitably overstable to make many kinds of throws possible. The Cinder is an exceedingly well gliding disc and with its versatility it meets outstandingly the needs of both the amateur and the professional players.

Cinder is made of H9 plastic material, which is very durable yet flexible, and with a good grip compared to other premium plastics. H9 is also one of the best materials for dyeing.

Cinder

Caldera

Caldera is Obsidian Discs’ first driver disc. Its rim width is 22 mm (0.87″) and therefore its speed class is 12. The disc’s properties make it an understable distance driver. Underside of the rim is slightly rounded, making it very comfortable to throw.

Caldera is made of the H9 plastic material, which is exceptionally durable, flexible and grippy also when slightly wet. Caldera performs best in calm weathers and with tailwind. Caldera can also be used by new players, even though wide-rimmed discs are usually not recommended for novices.

Caldera

Rift

Rift is a well-gliding, overstable flat top distance/control driver with a speed class of 11. The rim width is 21 mm and rim depth 12 mm. It is a reliable disc which holds the line even with high speeds, but will finish with a moderately sharp fade. Rift will not be the most overstable stone of the bag, but it will have a significant role in the end spectrum of overstable drivers. Rift is suitable for advanced and professional players for both backhand and forearm throws. It excels in hyzer and straight shots needing a sound fade.

Rift is made of H9 plastic material, which is very durable yet flexible, and with a good grip compared to other premium plastics. H9 is also one of the best materials for dyeing.

Rift
Rift Flight Rating

Splinter

Splinter is a great flat top putter intended for all skill levels. It is very overstable, does not flip over even when thrown very hard, and has a predictable and reliable fade. You want to use it for driving, as well as for approaching and putting.

The bottom part of the rim is rounded comfortably to help you to release the disc every time with the same accuracy. If you are a beginner and want to start with just one disc, select Splinter. For more advanced players it will be a great reliable disc for driving and approaching also in windy conditions.

Splinter

Fragment

Fragment is a stable, straight flying putter. Its profile is thin and flat making it to fit perfectly for small and large hands. Fragment is straight and trustworthy in short and long putts. Fragment will hold throwing angles well and thanks to the carefully rounded edge of the rim the release will be smooth.

The H9 plastic is the same hard premium material we use in our drivers and mid-range discs.

Fragment
Fragment Flight Rating

Lava

Lava is an overturning understable mid-range disc with a low profile. Lava is a brilliant disc for tight fairways and wooded courses, as well as for specific shot shaping when needed. Lava is a great disc for both beginners and demanding professionals who need the specific flight characteristics for their shots.

Lava
Lava Flight Rating

Tremor

Tremor is a very overstable but relatively slow driver in speed class 9. The final fade of Tremor gets rather sharp as the disc starts to slow down, so the player needs a good arm-speed to get the best out of the disc. Tremor is a very precise control disc that can be thrown in special anhyzer angles and of course in normal hyzers and straight releases.

Tremor
Tremor Flight Rating

Magma

The Magma is a well-gliding, stable-to-overstable mid-range disc. It does not turn over even with higher speeds, but flies straight until it slows down for a predictable fade. Even for lower arm speeds the Magma will not be too overstable, but remains a very easy to control and reliable disc.

Magma is made of H9 plastic material, which is very durable yet flexible, and with a good grip compared to other premium plastics. H9 is also one of the best materials for dyeing.

Flight rating

Shard

The Shard is an easy to throw and excellently gliding fairway driver. With beginners the Shard’s flight trajectory is straight and ends with a moderate fade. With advanced players the disc is at its best in technical hyzer flips and long overturning throws, where the Shard is stable enough to keep the flight path in control. Shard is made of H9 plastic material, which is very durable yet flexible, and with a good grip compared to other premium plastics. H9 is also one of the best materials for dyeing.

Flight rating

Cinder

The Cinder is the more stable model of the fairway drivers by Obsidian Discs. The Cinder excels both in backhand and forehand throws, regardless of the players’ skill levels. As a disc of low speed rating, the Cinder is an easily handled tool for situations requiring precise control. It is suitably overstable to make many kinds of throws possible. The Cinder is an exceedingly well gliding disc and with its versatility it meets outstandingly the needs of both the amateur and the professional players. Cinder is made of H9 plastic material, which is very durable yet flexible, and with a good grip compared to other premium plastics. H9 is also one of the best materials for dyeing.

Flight rating

Caldera

Caldera is Obsidian Discs’ first driver disc. Its rim width is 22 mm (0.87″) and therefore its speed class is 12. The disc’s properties make it an understable distance driver. Underside of the rim is slightly rounded, making it very comfortable to throw.

Caldera is made of the H9 plastic material, which is exceptionally durable, flexible and grippy also when slightly wet. Caldera performs best in calm weathers and with tailwind. Caldera can also be used by new players, even though wide-rimmed discs are usually not recommended for novices.

Flight rating

Rift

Rift is a well-gliding, overstable flat top distance/control driver with a speed class of 11. The rim width is 21 mm and rim depth 12 mm. It is a reliable disc which holds the line even with high speeds, but will finish with a moderately sharp fade. Rift will not be the most overstable stone of the bag, but it will have a significant role in the end spectrum of overstable drivers. Rift is suitable for advanced and professional players for both backhand and forearm throws. It excels in hyzer and straight shots needing a sound fade. Rift is made of H9 plastic material, which is very durable yet flexible, and with a good grip compared to other premium plastics. H9 is also one of the best materials for dyeing.

Flight rating
Rift Flight Rating

Splinter

Splinter is a great flat top putter intended for all skill levels. It is very overstable, does not flip over even when thrown very hard, and has a predictable and reliable fade. You want to use it for driving, as well as for approaching and putting. The bottom part of the rim is rounded comfortably to help you to release the disc every time with the same accuracy. If you are a beginner and want to start with just one disc, select Splinter. For more advanced players it will be a great reliable disc for driving and approaching also in windy conditions.

Flight rating

Fragment

Fragment is a stable, straight flying putter. Its profile is thin and flat making it to fit perfectly for small and large hands. Fragment is straight and trustworthy in short and long putts. Fragment will hold throwing angles well and thanks to the carefully rounded edge of the rim the release will be smooth.

The H9 plastic is the same hard premium material we use in our drivers and mid-range discs.

Flight rating
Fragment Flight Rating

Lava

Lava is an overturning understable mid-range disc with a low profile. Lava is a brilliant disc for tight fairways and wooded courses, as well as for specific shot shaping when needed. Lava is a great disc for both beginners and demanding professionals who need the specific flight characteristics for their shots.

Flight rating
Lava Flight Rating

Tremor

Tremor is a very overstable but relatively slow driver in speed class 9. The final fade of Tremor gets rather sharp as the disc starts to slow down, so the player needs a good arm-speed to get the best out of the disc. Tremor is a very precise control disc that can be thrown in special anhyzer angles and of course in normal hyzers and straight releases.

Flight rating
Tremor Flight Rating