Champion Atlas

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Champion Atlas


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This is the Atlas you have been waiting for. Each of these flight plates are high in clarity and tinted with ice colors. These are all flat topped and 178-180g. NO DEALER PRICING AVAILABLE. These discs will soon enter mass production and be released to our dealers, but you can test them here first.

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The Atlas features a new two-part molding process that allows the combination of two different plastics in the rim and the flight plate. The Atlas allows for a better grip where it counts while still maintaining its firmness and stiffness for maximum control. The two color design not only looks good, but adds better visibility as well. As for flight, this is a very straight flyer with a slight but smooth fade.

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Disc Model Atlas
Plastic Type Champion
Disc Weight 178-180 grams
Hot Stamp N/A

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Reviews

  1. Pure flight Review by John Travolta
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    The champion atlas does have a familiar feel to the buzz in my opinion. It has a very flat top but the atlas has a pointier rim. This rim almost looks like a fairway driver's but its speed and glide is much like a midrange. The best part of this disc is that it flies very strait out of the box. Of course like every disc, it has a little fade at the end, but if you get a lot of arm speed and throw it about eight feet high, it will go dead strait. It works moderately well in the head wind, and it is a nice slow turning anhyzer disc when you work it in for about 6-7 months (since it is in champion, it takes a long time to work in). The only thing I do not like is that when you first get it, the flight plate is a little slippery compared to other discs. If you are looking for a strait disc and have a big arm, this could be your go-to disc. (Posted on 7/22/2014)

  2. Mid Range Fixer Review by TreeRat
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    I have only been playing a year and haven't found a mid range disc that I really love yet. I have a few Roc's I like but not love and I never liked any of the Buzz models. The Champion Atlas has helped me reduce my score 1-3 strokes a game with the increased quality of my approach shots. It really is hard to get a bad throw out of this disc. Don't let the buttons in the molding on the bottom turn you away from this disc, you will get use to it. Must have disc! (Posted on 1/16/2014)

  3. goes straight stays straight Review by figz
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    The champion version of the atlas has more high speed stability but same low speed stability as star version.
    A disc that excels in going straight, staying straight and staying where it lands.
    Great off the tee for shots that need to place or the ever important hit and sit disc. A perfect approach disc. (Posted on 11/2/2013)

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