Skip to product information
1 of 1

Axiom Eclipse Hex Leapin' Lizottl' Team Series Disc Golf Midrange

Regular price €24.95
Regular price Sale price €24.95
Write a review
| Ask a question
0 items left
  • Speedi 5

    The first number is the speed of the disc. It can range from 1-14. Putters are rated 1-3 and are designed to function at low speeds any player can use. Mid range discs are 4-5 and require more speed when thrown to achieve their desired results. A fairway driver will be speed 6-8, these discs fly mostly straight. Discs that are speed 9 and above are classified as distance drivers. Throwing a distance driver takes a significant amount of power to get up to speed, players are rewarded with additional distance if they learn to control these discs. New players are cautioned that speed does not equal distance. Due to the difficulty of controlling higher speed discs, a beginner could find that a light weight disc with a speed of 6 or 7 could fly farther for them than a max distance driver with a speed of 13. In fact most new players should learn by throwing putters only so they can develop the proper form. After a few weeks they'll begin to get reliable results and are ready ×

  • glidei 5

    This second rating is numbered 1 – 6. Glide describes a disc’s ability to remain in flight. Discs with higher glide ratings will fly further than discs rated lower in this category. A high glide rating is good when the goal is distance, but can have the wrong effect for putts and approach shots. Sometimes overshooting the basket can be worse than not making it far enough. Low glide ratings such as 1 or 2 are popular with upshot putters because they don't fly for distance but for a little extra control. Glide is different for different kinds of discs as well. A putter with a glide of 4 will stay airborne much longer than distance drivers with a glide of 4 ×

  • Turni -1

    Third in Innova’s flight rating system is turn. Turn is rated from 1 to -5?, with -5 being the most understable. The lower the numer, the more striking turn will result. A newer, slower-throwing disc golfer using an understable disc with a ‘high’ negative turn rating will enjoy great distance, as the disc isn’t going to fade as quickly. Also, players whose farthest throw is 200 feet or less probably won’t notice any turn in the flightpath. Once a player gets more speed and power, they will see their understable discs start turning to the right at the beginning of the flight before fading to the left at the end. Discs rated -4 or -5 are popularly used for rollover or roller throws by experienced players. Some discs have 0 turn which means that they'll start to fade when they run out of speed during the flight and at no point will they turn. It's important to carry at least one disc with a high turn rating in your bag for rounds. ×

  • Fadei 1

    This last rating category ranges from 0 to 5; with a disc rated 0 being the straightest finishing, while a disc rated 5 fading the most during the last portion of the flight. Even discs rated lowest in turn will still ‘fade’ as the disc slows at the end of the flight. A disc with a higher fade rating is useful for a hole with a dogleg. Straight finishing discs are great for control, discs with little fade are normal. If you're a Right-hand backhand thrower you'll find that almost every disc wants to fade to the left at the end of your flight. Discs with a 4 or 5 fade rating are excellent in heavy winds. They sacrifice a little of the distance but make sure that the disc won't do anything unexpected. Discs with a low fade are more susceptible to being affected by the wind. ×

Flight path

Release angle

The illustrated disc flight line is based on the manufacturer field testing results, during its development process. So, to level the playing field we chose to put a different spin on things for such visual illustrations. Sticking to the manufacturer's test results will offer you a good baseline for how that particular disc will fly.

Product Description

The Leapin' Lizottl Hex is the first stamped Simon Lizotte MVP disc. This Axiom midrange was incredibly popular before Simon got his hands on it. It's a stable straight flying mid with a little hyzer finish if you throw it under 250 feet. Once you start throwing it over 300 it's going to have a little turnover to the flight. The Axolotl is Simon's favorite animal. This salamander lives underwater, hopefully your disc won't. Oh and did we mention that this disc glows in the dark?

The flight path of the Hex is straight. Folks often compare it to a beat in Buzzz, Mako3, or an MD1. The Hex is useful for the casual player who plays on weekends because you don't need a lot of power to get it to go straight. It has lots of glide so you can use it for long approaches and touch shots, or off the tee. It's great for advanced players who want something they can put a little power into and get a high glide flight.

Eclipse plastic from MVP/Axiom is their premium glow blend plastic. It's quite bright, so if you hang it on your wall prepare for a night light. Eclipse is durable and going to last a long time. It's a little stiffer and more stable than baseline blend so prepare for your Hex to be a little more stable right out of the box.

Get a piece of history. These Leapin' Lizottl's will be sure to be snapped up by everyone when they come out. Get one for your bag or your wall and support Simon as he starts ripping some gyro plastic.

Other Plastic Options

Plastic Benefits

Fission Plastic

  • Lightweight plastic with micro bubbles.
  • Durable and premium blend.
  • Comes in weights as low as 135g.
  • Tends to be less stable than other premium blends.

Customer Reviews

Write a review
| Ask a question