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The ThoughtSpace Athletics Nebula Aura Mantra "Martianette" is an understable fairway driver that's got high glide. This disc is for anyone looking for something flippy they can get unique shot shapes with. The stamp from TSA features a female Martian with antennae and a ray gun, and 4 people being tractor beamed up into 4 flying saucers. Again, Thought Space Athletics kills the stamp game like no one else.
The flight path of the Mantra is going to be very flippy even at a low speed. This 9 speed fairway driver shouldn't deter people from trying it out if they struggle with other 9 speeds as it's easy to get over on this disc. Use this for hyzer flips, rollers, or turnovers that hold the entire flight. It's more of a -3 or -4 turn disc when thrown with a little bit of power. Newer players, or folks with lower arm speeds will have this be their max distance driver.
Nebula Aura plastic from ThoughtSpace is a premium blend. It's got those awesome swirly bursts of color, good grip and excellent durability. You can rely on this disc for a long time.
The Mantra from TSA is a great choice for beginners who want some distance, or experienced players who want to perform specific trick shots. Get this Martianette while you can, it's sure to fly off the shelves quickly.
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