Wave Neutron Distance Driver 11|5|-2|2
Speed: 11 Glide: 5 Turn: -2.5 Fade: 2
The Wave is a stable-understable high speed distance driver.
The Wave is best described as a longer Inertia, with a stable-understable flight profile and a responsiveness that makes it useful across the power spectrum. Available in weights 175g – 155g, the Wave is the type of driver that players may bag in two or more weights for shot variety. For the most powerful throws, long gliding turnovers and hyzerflip gut shots are possible with the Wave. For average powered throws the Wave will simply extend a variety of lines, from anhyzers to hyzerflips to headwind-assisted turnovers.
All models in the 21mm Distance Drivers class, displayed by relative stability:
Phase | Photon | Wave | Orbital
CLASS 21mm Distance Drivers
WEIGHTS 155g - 175g
RIM WIDTH 21mm
PDGA MAX WEIGHT 175.1g
Ultra-Lightweight Neutron Core
Fission™ Microbubble Technology produces an ultralight core with evenly distributed and imperceptible weight reduction microbubbles. The ultralight core allows an even higher GYRO® overmold density relative to the core, yet still remaining in the lighter weight classes — 135g to 165g in the Photon.
This produces an entirely new type of lightweight disc never before seen in the sport, and beyond the capability of any other manufacturer. Weight distribution, stability, and durability of prior “bubble” discs are all improved upon by Fission. Skeptics of prior light or bubble plastics are in for a surprise, as Fission brings advanced disc physics and true high-tech molding into the lightweight plastics arena.
Ultra-lightweight core for added GYRO®
Improved durability over competition
Light throwing weight with substantial feel
The defining characteristic of the Wave is its balance of turn and fade. Its shallow turn is capable of extending lines while its fade is subtle but reliable enough to range and place shots.
High powered throwers will see turn and hyzerflip tendencies from the Wave, while average power throwers may need a headwind assistance or anhyzer release to activate the turning capabilities of the Wave. Beginners will find a useable, yet quite overstable flight in the Wave, due to the high power requirements of wide-rimmed distance drivers.
The Wave is versatile and can perform a number of stable-understable roles.