After just one round, i must say. It glows fantastic, as always highest possibly quality plastic. It still flies reliable and straight as i expected from a Fuse disc.
I found my copy to be more understable than my previous fuse (Jonathan edition), strange enough. But its great for those right turning holes in the dark.
The glow is good enough for my use. The reviews I found on Youtube must have been on old Moonshine (not 2.0).
Let me start by saying I absolutely loove the Fuse. I've just been on the lookout for the most stable/overstable run and figured that Moonshine in Ice plastic could be a good bet, boy was I disappointed.
I got two pink ones and both are board flat, never a good sign for a Fuse. They are also softer than normal Opto and worst of all, more understable than any I've tried.
So maybe if you can find a dome one or prefer the more understable runs of Fuses, this might be for you. But don't expect this to be your stable Fuse.
As an avid beginner in disc golf, I have already tested around 50 different discs. The Fuse quickly became my overall favorite disc, since it is really easy to throw dead straight and it is really easy to shape different throws with it as well. And, it flies forever, this is really am amazing disc!
The yellow ones actually have some dome to them, which to me was a pleasant surprise. Not anywhere close to a pop top but definately more than most Fuses I've seen.
This one isn't any more or less under-/overstable than my older Opto Fuse but seems to have a touch more glide. Really controllable and versatile. Can really shape shot with this one and it goes far for a midrange.
I love the feeling of this plastic. It is
lot grippier and slightly softer than regular opto plastic. Haven't tried the glow of this yet but otherwise this is a slam dunk.