So the flight numbers you’re seeing are what i would give the nebula, based on my experience as the nebula was discontinued before the flight number era for disc craft. As mentioned, the nebula is out of production, but one thing that struck me when i first held it is that it feels very compact, almost feels like a putter instead of a mid range, just like how the malta kind of felt like a zone in the hand, Rather than a mid range, it also has a slightly rounded shoulder in the profile very slight dome on top very, very comfortable for backhand forehand, a slightly awkward but still backhand. This thing fits like a glove, so let’s go ahead and take the nebula out and show you what it does out in the field when throwing a hyzer it acts just like you’d expect for an overstable mid range. It just likes to hold hyzer it’s, not one of those overstable mid ranges that will maybe get a little bit of a flip up to flat in the mid flight and then hyzer out. Ingen, it just likes to hold that nice arcing hyzer line, while when thrown flat, it’s gon na hold straight for a good portion of its flight. Before having that nice strong, predictable, finish both backhand and forehand, Men, unlike traditional overstable mid ranges, the nebula actually penetrates forward. As it hyzers out giving you a little bit extra distance now on an anhyzer, you can get it to hold a nice little flex in the early mid flight before it does have enough late flight stability to pull its way out of it.
That’S why i gave in the flight numbers kind of a two because it’s overstable, but not a really harsh finish now, when you do throw it it just likes to jet. Out of the hand i mean this thing goes a lot further than any other overstable mid range that i have thrown and it just likes to get to its destination really fast and has a unique capability of as it’s starting uh to get into the second half Of the flight, instead of just dropping to the ground like most overstable mids, it keeps on going as we’ll see in a future shot. Nu, when the wind picks up, the nebula does get very straight, as this is about a 15 Mile, an hour right to left headwind and when thrown on a slight annie into a headwind. It just kind of holds its line. It really doesn’t try to fight its way back, like other overstable, mids, wood and that’s. Hvorfor? For calm weather, i absolutely love the nebula as an overstable mid in the wind, though it’s not nearly as trustworthy as some of the others. When i first picked up the nebula, a lot of people were comparing it to a buzz os. Lad os, take a look at them side by side with the nebula. You can see again right there. It just gets this extra little bit of this great glide. It keeps it moving forward as it’s hyzering versus with the buzz os.
It just has more of this harsh drop, so the buzz os doesn’t get nearly the same distance capability of the nebula, because it just kind of dumps to the ground versus nebula kind of pushes its way forward. I am so excited ledge stone made another run of the nebula, because it is going to be absolutely perfect for slower to medium arms versus where the buzz os and the drone may be a little bit too overstable. This is going to be a little bit more workable for players with those slower arms.