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Midknight Light up Discgolf Midrange €18,75

The Midnight™ is the First WORLDS FIRST Light-Up Night Disc Golf Midrange Disc. No losing these discs when you let them rip on a good drive...even on the darkest nights!
We've sent this disc to the PDGA & we'll keep you posted.
The Midnight™ has long-Lasting, replaceable batteries, 3 super bright LEDs and is extremely durable. It is water resistant. It is slightly overstable. The disc weighs 160 grams.
Be Ware: This disc is not for playing throw and catch! If you want to do that, please choose the Flashflight™ or the ODYSSEY™.

Size21,0 cm
Weight160 gram

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This product was added to our catalog on Friday 04 September, 2009.
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