ESP Sparkle Swirl Nebula

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The Nebula was released in 2008 as Discraft’s Ace Race prototype and eventually became the predecessor to the Buzzz OS. Since then, the Nebula’s production has been discontinued at Discraft. That held true until the Ledgestone Edition Z Swirl Nebula was released as a limited run in 2021. The ESP plastic in this run increases grip and adds a tacky feel. These Nebulas all have vibrant swirls and a distinct shimmer with the metal flakes infused in the plastic. The stamp depicts the side profile of an astronaut helmet as the back end fades smoothly into a collection of galaxies, planets, and new stars in a nod to the disc mold’s name. This was part of a run of 1000 discs.

NOTE: You have the option to choose your EXACT DISC or the general color with exact weight and RANDOM swirl and foil.  

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Here is the flight chart for the Nebula:

Speed: 5
Glide: 4
Turn: -0.5
Fade: 2
Discraft Stability Rating: 1.6

Weight Range: 170g-177g
Rim Width: 1.3cm
Rim Depth: 1.3cm
Height: 2.0cm
Diameter: 21.3cm

Disc Use: Midrange
Plastic Types: Big Z, Z Swirl, ESP Sparkle Swirl
Date Approved: 11/26/2008
Recommended Skill Level: Intermediate, Advanced, Pro

Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Alex Elliott
Great Disc and Great Service

The disc got to my house the day it was supposed to on time and the disc is fantastic would definitely recommend for a good back hand flip up mid-range and it’s great for back hand turnovers as well

K Law...

I said if I ever found the hernia in esp, I would buy two. And I did. The gossip was to find a compliment to my big z nebula, something a little bit more understable. I will likely use this exclusively for backhands as the big z nebula is more torque resistant