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Axiom Time-Lapse - Fission

Regular price $20.00

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Axiom's Description:

The Fission Time-Lapse! Combining MVP’s most advanced plastic technology with Simon's first driver is a potent combination, and now you can experience the results. Fission plastic allows for the Time-Lapse to be molded in much lighter weights while bringing the increased level of GYRO® that only Fission can bring. The result is a gyroscopically enhanced Time-Lapse that can be thrown by a wider variety of arm speeds. However, Fission can be more difficult to get up to speed for lower power players.

A good rule of thumb is that Fission, especially in drivers, adds an extra 10g to perceived weight - making a 165g driver fly like you'd expect a 175g one to, only with added distance from being a lighter disc. This leads to lighter Fission discs maintaining the stability of their heavier counterparts, so consider trying out a lighter disc than you might normally. For veterans with power, you’ll find the Fission Time-Lapse to be a bomber - just a touch more turn to get that extra bit of distance, with the same dependable fade. Experience a whole new level of the Time-Lapse with the Fission Time-Lapse!

To see the differences in each plastic please visit our Plastic Types page!

Axiom's Overmold Technology:

The Overmold technology adds weight to the outside of the rim to increase rotational inertia. For more information please visit Axiom's website.

 

Time-Lapse Specs
Speed Glide Turn Fade
12 5 -1 3
Stability: Stable-Overstable
Weights: Max 176g
Rim Width: 21mm

Customer Reviews

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Richard Simon
Overstable to the rescue

I bought the lightest weight I thought I could throw effectively. It has proven to be a good flex shot disc in tight quarters and throwing it hard and low with a ton spin I get nice predictable skip. Overall a good disc to have in my bag

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Nick Piesker
Fission time lapse

Not as glidey as i had expected. Still get more glide and distance out of my strive. And the strive is just a touch less stable. For reference inthrow the strive about 320. The time lapse about 310. The time lapse is still brand new.