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I find few things as annoyingly frustrating as trying to spot a naked Mach/Chainstar, in the shadows woods, hundreds of feet away, often in waning twilight, while playing my 3rd new to me course of the day.
I have missed Chainstars out in the open 400' away because they blended in with what was behind them. They are also near impossible to find when blocked by chain link fence.

One of the many things I like about the Innova baskets is how easy the are to spot.
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Old 09-29-2019, 12:06 AM
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I have missed Chainstars out in the open 400' away because they blended in with what was behind them. They are also near impossible to find when blocked by chain link fence.

One of the many things I like about the Innova baskets is how easy the are to spot.
Yep as I agree having played on old Chainstar and non color Mach styles and having trouble spotting them. Some of the Mach series I can spot a tad easier if they have the number sign on them/the small top orange band in the case of the Mach V and Mach X but the Innova baskets all have the color top to make them easier to find, not a fan of the all color brands of baskets as you do not need that much color from most brands but rather all you need is just the top band colored to stand out from surroundings just enough.
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course on the west side getting a bunch of these:
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Old 03-18-2020, 08:24 PM
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course on the west side getting a bunch of these:
Let us know how those baskets work, I have yet to see one in action.
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Let us know how those baskets work, I have yet to see one in action.
Mach 7's look like they catch well: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2alzz3wumXw

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Mach 7's look like they catch well: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2alzz3wumXw
Totally forgot those were Mach VII.
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Old 07-05-2020, 02:57 PM
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Let us know how those baskets work, I have yet to see one in action.
Mach 7's catch as well as any basket I've ever putted on. Dga has done

nicely with this basket, a welcome addition to Disc golf courses anywhere.

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Old 07-06-2020, 05:46 AM
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Mach 7's catch as well as any basket I've ever putted on. Dga has done

nicely with this basket, a welcome addition to Disc golf courses anywhere.
So then a basket that is at like a Mach V or a tad better.
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Old 07-15-2020, 10:32 PM
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So then a basket that is at like a Mach V or a tad better.
I really enjoy putting on my M-14 and Mach lite baskets. I grew up on Mach III's

and Innova pro 24s. The Mach 7 is an amalgamation of all the past mach baskets

in an evolutionary type of way, minus the Mach X. I believe it is like a hybrid of

an Innova Pro 28 and the best parts of previous Mach baskets. The 28 chains are

fair and catch good putts. The asthetics of the basket are visually pleasing, no chastity

belt clank is nice. The top metal ramp cage part does not as people surmised, launch

discs far away during a normal high putt, the disc just falls down. Great basket, looks cool,

catches fairly. 10/10

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If I was going to buy a new basket today for myself, it would be the Mach VII. I already own a modified Innova Discatcher Sport and a Dynamic Disc Marksman, so I won't be buying another, but if I was, it would be the Mach VII for sure.
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