Formerly the discus was made of stone; later on discuses were made of bronze, iron, or lead. The earlier discus and the discus used today looks almost alike. In general it weights between 1.3 and 6.6 kilograms. The grand pix discus weights about 1.0 to 2.0 kg. It is designed differently for women, men, and children's. This is type is specially designed for the women's. This is very reasonably priced and very strong.
- Features Sand Blasted alloy Rim of 85% rim weight.
- "ABS" side plates.
- No center plates.
- Perfectly balanced for top performance.
- IAAF certified.
- Designed for intermediate and advanced throwers.
Very nice discReview by Steven N / (Posted on 4/28/2016)This disc is very nice. Although the rim isn't as gold as I predicted, it is still very nice. The black plate perfectly fits into the rim. The weight came in as the right weight, which doesn't happen to some discs. It has a very nice finish as well. Overall, I highly recommend this discus to anyone that is trying to find a good one.
Second place in an invitational on its first use!Review by gardenerman / (Posted on 3/25/2015)Worked perfectly for my son today. Great discus for the price! Extremely fast shipping! Worth much more than the price might suggest! Update..... The discus didn't pass the inspection at the UHSSA Utah State Track and Field Championships in May 2015 Held at BYU. The center point of the discus was too wide according to the officials. We were upset as it had passed all season long. We were given a full refund by the seller.