The Discmania Active Tiger Warrior is a low speed, neutral flying, all purpose putter disc.
The Discmania Active Line Spring Ox is a stable mid-range designed for precision control shots.
The Discmania Active Sun Bird is an understable fairway driver designed for beginners. This disc is a great first choice for newer players. As a very understable disc, the Sun Bird is an easy disc to throw for roller shots.
The Anubis is a straight-flying, all-purpose, precision mid-range disc that will find a place within the bags of both novice and professional players. Every player can count on the Anubis to hold the line no matter if it’s thrown for a shorter approach or for longer distances off the tee. The Anubis will help players to fine-tune their throwing skills by precise flying that follows after the release from the hand.
The Kestrel Putter/Approach Disc is a lid style frisbee designed for disc golf. This putter has a completely flat top and a flat blunt rim. It also features thumb grip grooves on the top of the flight plate for increased control, especially in inclement weather. While this disc feels similar to a traditional frisbee, it is substantially more overstable and demonstrates a flight path with a slight fading finish more similar to most disc golf discs.
As a low speed, low glide disc, the Kestrel putter does not go fast nor very far so is excellent for approach shots where you don’t want to stray too far from the basket. The mold used for the Kestrel Putt and Approach disc is the same one used for the Yikun Talon Claws. This putter is PDGA approved for tournament play.
The Kestrel Mid-Range golf disc is a small diameter mid-range and approach disc available in an inexpensive baseline plastic. This mid-range has a thin profile (not very tall) and a thin rim with a small bead (bump) around the edge. Do to the slower speed (rating of 3) this disc would likely be considered an approach disc by most disc golfers. This is an excellent approach shot with two available plastic types at the time of this post. The clear, translucent plastic is quite durable, however, the inexpensive opaque plastic feels very good, but is not very durable and is susceptible to warping with high impact shots at trees or other objects.
The Kestrel Outdoors Midrange has a stable flight path with a consistent end of flight fade. This disc uses the same mold as the Yikun Wings.
The Kestrel Fairway Driver is an understable disc golf driver available in both a durable (clear) and an inexpensive baseline plastic (opaque) at the time of this post. This is an excellent driver for new disc golfers, but the low quality plastic will easily wear and quickly beat in. Kestrel gives this driver flight ratings with a speed of seven, glide of six, turn of -1, and fade of 1. Once the Kestrel driver gets beat in, most users will find that the disc becomes substantially more understable. This Fairway driver uses the same mold as the Yikun View, and is PDGA approved for tournament play.
The Discmania Guardian Lion is the first disc golf disc made available from the recent Discmania/Yikun partnership and is branded with the Active Line stamp.
The Guardian Lion is an easy to throw base plastic putter disc that is similar to the Yikun Gui putter. This frisbee is perfect for lowering scores by its ability to grab the chains and drop right in. It’s limited glide also provides extra control and prevents you from sailing to far past the basket when you don’t want to.
The artwork for the Guardian Lion features a large Lion, kind of like the statues you see in front of old buildings. This disc is perfect for introducing you to the Discmania Active disc line.