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Kastaplast Lots Review

Updated: Apr 6, 2021

I got the chance to try one of these bad boys after winning it in a giveaway from Infinite Discs.

After getting my hands on it and having the opportunity to give it some tosses, I must say, there are "Lots" of things that I like about it. Let's take a look!

The Lots is available in Kastaplast's premium K1 plastic, a blend you'll definitely want to try out!

Kastaplast is a relatively new company in the disc world getting their start in just 2011. They're based out of Sweden and in regards to this disc as per their website,

"Lots in Swedish is a pilot that leads a ship through difficult waters and narrow passages, so that it will arrive safely to its harbor."

This is a fair and accurate description as this disc is an extremely straight and precise flying disc, especially when thrown flat. That being said, it will hold whatever line you put it on very well with a reliable fade at the end of it's flight.

Some users have been very pleased that this disc can be thrown on an anny line and is extremely resistant to turning over, riding that anny line the whole way.

The K1 plastic that this disc is made in is also second to none and highly praised by those who have thrown it.

Before we go any further, let's view the flight rating specs!

Kastaplast Lots Flight Numbers

Speed: 9




Primary use: Beadless, Stable Control Driver for all experience levels


By far, the best thing I like about this disc is the K1 plastic, it truly is an incredible mold and Kastaplast has truly nailed it.

When dry, this plastic really shines with the perfect amount of tackiness for a good grip and clean release. This disc feels great in the hand.

This plastic can also take a beating as its VERY durable.

As far as flight characteristics, I really like the reliable finish I was able to get at the end of each throw, even when thrown on an anny line. (Keeping in mind I have an average arm speed).

Like mentioned, this disc is very reluctant to turn over which helped me maximize distance as it still wanted to straighten out at the end of its flight.

You'll be impressed with the amount of distance you'll get out of this for it being a control driver, possibly due to the high glide in addition to its reliable fade.


Not that it's necessarily a huge con, but this disc seemed to me to be a little more overstable than stable, but this could also be because it's brand new and hasn't been fully beat in yet.

Otherwise, there's not too much I don't like about this disc!


If you're looking for a solid option in your bag for a straight flying control driver, then you will not be disappointed in the Lots.

The disc is similar to other control drivers in my bag such as the Latitude 64 Explorer but seems to be a bit more consistent and holds a line much better than the Explorer. It is also faster than the Explorer with a speed of 9 so you should be able to reach longer distances.

The plastic is top notch and this disc should hold it's flight characteristics for a very long time!

All in all, its a solid disc that you should not hesitate to try out!

Check it out for yourself at by clicking on the picture below!

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