The Falcor is our collaboration with Cale Leiviska. It is an overstable driver that also packs in a lot of glide. It's a disc players will be able to lean on, and players with higher arm speeds will be able to get a max distance flight out of it.
- Diameter: 21.1cm
- Height: 1cm
- Rim Depth: 1.2cm
- Rim Width: 2.3cm
- Min Weight: 170g
- Max Weight: 175g
- Stability: Overstable
Let me start out by saying as an amateur level player I probably have no business throwing anything above an 11 speed. That being said this has been my favorite disc above that. It cuts into a turn earlier if you don't have the speed but for wide open fairways put this disc on an anhyzer and let it rip. It'll still finish slightly left of where you aim with great distance as well. As far as distance drivers go I like this more than the D2, Destroyer and Katana.
The Falcor has a fun stamp and the plastic is very nice. I was hoping for more glide and a straighter flight from this disc, but the flight is very consistent. Pros with good power will enjoy this disc.
For my noodle arm, this is a great overstable disc. Definitely a good tool to have when dealing with a headwind.
The 400 Falcor is such an awesome disc! Forehand flip up shots or backhand distance shots this thing does it all! Great job designing this just Cale Laviska!
Awesome creator series drop! Love the feel, look and flight of the Falcor
I have a solid, strong forehand, but not strong enough to get this disc, Falcor, to an optimal speed to perform. One of my favorite distance drivers is my 168g Nuke Zflx. The flight numbers are similar Nuke (13, 5 -1, 3) , the Falcor (13, 6, -1, 2.5), but after that there is no comparison. My Nuke is very stable to slightly overstable and the Falcor is wildly overstable. I just can't throw it. The plastic, though, is awesome, feels a lot like Kastaplast K-1, yes, that quality. I am not in a position to criticize a disc that is probably super for the right, big, arm. It just isn't for me.
This disc is the perfect disc out of the box. For the slower arm speeds, it will still get to flat if thrown on a slight hyzer. Bigger arm speeds will have a nice S turn. Also holds a hyzer line if you throw it for a hyzer. It's like the disc knows what you are thinking. Definitely my go to distance driver now.
Most of us don’t need another high speed driver. We have more 12-13 speeds that we already can’t throw.
The Falcor fits a spot in my bag because it is an easier throw for a fast speed disc. It feels great in the hand thanks to the 400 plastic.
It flies consistently and fades just like you’d expect.
I primarily use it for forehands, and it holds the line I put it on with the fade where you’d expect it.
The first time I threw one of these it held the line perfectly with a nice strong fade at the end. The second time I threw it, I put some anhyzer on it with some height and this disc had a perfect full flight. You will definitely need some speed to get it to fly right but for players without the speed, a big anhyzer pump will get you out there.