The Discraft Elite Z Wasp is a mid range driver with a stability rating of 1.5 (moderately overstable). It is Discraft's most overstable midrange, great for hyzer approaches. For shots in the 250-350 foot range, it is superbly consistent. It's what you'll want for windy days or hyzer finishes. When you want to sneak around the corner, reach for the Wasp.
The Wasp is the disc that gave birth to Buzzz, and helped EMac (Eric McCabe) win his 2010 World title. It's built to handle windier situations when Buzzz just can't hang in there, or when you need a dependable hyzer finish to get you safely away from trouble. A classic midrange, the Wasp became availabie in the ultra-premium Titanium plastic in September 2012.
Z plastic provides the truest flights as ratings are based on Z models. It is the most durable, longest lasting, slowest to season and makes a disc more overstable than D and X models.
About Color and Availability - Pictured above are some available Elite Z colors. This model may not be available in all of these colors. Likewise, each weight range may not be available in all colors. Therefore we ask you to list and prioritize your color preferences and to give us guidance if the color or weight range you want happens to not be available. Feel free to contact us if you need more specific info.
Available in Elite Z, Z Dyed and Titanium - Stability 1.5 - Weights 164-177 grams. Titanium colors can vary, but many lean toward dark.
"The very best all around approach / short to midrange driver ever made. The Wasp works for controlled touch shots that have to hit a line." - Ron Convers Jr.
"I only carry a new one, and they're pretty overstable for a midrange. I use it for a heavy hyzer finish, or to battle the wind on midrange shots and longer approaches. I like the way Wasps fly when they beat up, but I typically use the Buzzz for those shots." - Mike Randolph