Value Rating: 10
Durability Rating: 8
Overall Rating: 10
Location of Test: Vance and Rockwood, Pier Park, Rooster Rock, Horning's Hideout, Buxton DGC, Lunchtime DGC, etc
Duration of Test: 5 months
Product Name: Westside Discs Warship
Product Brand: Westside Discs
Best Use: Fast and stable mid-range disc

Diameter: 21.7 cm
Height: 2.1 cm
Rim Depth: 1.3 cm
Rim Width: 1.4 cm
Max Weight: 180.00 g (Mine is 179g)

Westside Discs Warship

The Full Review:
This was the 3rd disc I owned. After playing Pier Park a dozen times with just a driver and a putter, I realized I needed to have something to fill that mid-range void in my disc quiver.

The Warship fills the void and then some. I primarily use it for those stable approach shots where I need something reliable to park me next to the basket but I've been surprised by a handful of birdies with this thing by just going for it. Mind you, several of those birdies were blind shots.

This disc flies stable and I feel comfortable throwing it right-hand forehand or right-hand backhand. It's my go to. Heck, sometimes I'll even ditch my aviar and putt with this beast.

I have several putters. I have MANY drivers. I have 1, just 1, mid-range disc. And this is it.

Westside Discs Warship

The Good
A stable mid-range disc that I trust to get the job done.

The Bad:
Didn't realize this until after I had purchased it(bought the last one), but my disc was a misprint where the stats and image on the disc have faded off. See pictures.

The Bottom Line: 
Quality plastic. Quality disc. Flies exactly how you'd expect a mid-range approach disc to fly. I don't own any other mid-range discs because I don't need any others.