The Millennium Astra is an ultra long range driver that is considered straight to understable. The Millennium Astra is made of their original premium plastic which combines durability and precision grip at an affordable price. It is more understable and has less fade than the Quantum Astra.
Great for all skill levels. Beginners and slower arm speed throwers will find success in releasing it level and watching it glide further than other discs. Experienced throwers will find the perfect angle of release in order to extend their drives, or utilize it as a roller. Master the way you throw it to achieve your longest drive. The bottom line will be long drives and smiling faces.
-Ultra-Long Range Driver
-Easy for beginners to throw
-Experienced players will find it to be a great specialty driver and/or roller.
Flight Rating: High Speed (11), Sustained Glide, Smooth Turn, with a slight Fade finish.
Speed: Speed refers to how fast a disc travels when compared to a different disc driven by the same amount of force. Discs are generally rated by speed, with putters at speed 1 and drivers ranging into the low double digits. Speed is not used to measure how far a disc travels.
Drift: When a disc travels in a direction that is with its rotation. Example: When a disc rotating clockwise (thrown RHBH or LHFH) veers to the right during flight. Drift may also be referred to as turn or turn over and describes the direction of travel mid-flight.
Fade: The tendency of a disc to fall away from the direction of its rotation. Example: When a disc rotating clockwise (thrown RHBH or LHFH) veers to the left during flight. Fade occurs at the end of a disc's flight, as it loses momentum, and is also sometimes referred to as fall-off.
Millennium Standard: Millennium is the original premium plastic and is often referred to as the “base” or “standard” plastic. It combines precision grip and durability. Millennium plastic offers the scuff resistance required to withstand wear and tear out on the course while being offered at an affordable price.
Supersoft: Designed for touch, SuperSoft offers a soft, sticky and grippy feel that will not let go of the chains. It has durability that will last.
Quantum: Quantum plastic is the most durable plastic providing a long life of reliable performance. It's also the most stable of all the plastics. Quantum plastic offers a smooth solid feel and an eye-catching translucent appearance. Some quantum plastics include 'Stardust' for a sparkly effect.
Quantum Zero-G: Zero-G, short for Zero-Gravity, refers to the near weightlessness of these discs. Starting with Quantum plastic, short bursts of air are injected during the molding process resulting in thousands of ultra tiny bubbles within the plastic and discs with weights as low as 130 and up to 164 grams. The amazing thing is that the discs maintain the original flight characteristics of the heavier models. Try one and effortlessly achieve your longest throws ever!
Sirius: Sirius plastic is the ultimate combination of superior grip and die-hard durability. The Sirius plastic is what you want if you desire the best of both worlds. This plastic will last, and it will feel good along the way.
Millennium Astra Review with Steve Brinster
|Millennium Standard / 165-169 Grams||ASTR-M-ST-165|
|Millennium Standard / 173-175 Grams||ASTR-M-ST-173||ASTR-M-ST-173|
|Quantum / 165-169 Grams||ASTR-M-Q-165||ASTR-M-Q-165|
|Quantum / 173-175 Grams||ASTR-M-Q-173|