RPM Kotuku

$26.40 inc. GST

A good reliable stable to straight disc with a fade, this will easily hold a line and with the glide is sneaky long.

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Description

 

Speed 5   Glide 5   Turn 0   Fade 2

 

This disc will hold any line you give it, and is often used as a very effective upshot driver. Offering a predictable fade but a long flight with its high glide, this disc holds true every time you throw it. It’s a great disc for windy conditions and strategic fading shots.

This disc should beat up to be a reliable straight flyer with time!

 

Diameter: 217mm

Weight: 155-180g

Plastic types: Strata / Cosmic / Atomic

Strata: RPM’s base plastic which is opaque, tacky and medium stiffness. This comes in a range of colours.
Cosmic: RPM Premium plastic is a tough grippy semi translucent plastic that comes in a range of stiffness and with a variety of colours and effects.
Atomic: RPM Premium plastic is a tough grippy opaque plastic that comes in a range of stiffness and with a variety of colours and effects.

 

Kotuku is the Māori name for the White Heron which is considered a very rare and sacred bird in New Zealand. It is the splendid bird in flight featured on the NZ $2.00 coin. In Maori oratory to see one of these birds just once in a lifetime was believed to be good fortune and to liken someone to a Kotuku was paying them a great compliment.

The only known nesting site for White Heron in New Zealand is on the West Coast of the South Island along the banks of the Waitangiroto River deep within the Waitangiroto Nature Reserve. Access to this area is by guided tour only. It’s presumed the first White Herons were windblown across the Tasman Sea from Australia. It’s not known why the White Herons have only one nesting site in New Zealand or why it’s in the location it is. This remains a mystery of nature

Additional information

Weight 200 g
Dimensions 22 × 22 × 2 cm
Plastic

Atomic 1st run, Cosmic 1st run

Weight

176-180