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Old 10-27-2020, 11:25 PM
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The first overmolds have to be considered, MVP of course but I think the Quest URLD or RIP Graboid were first.

First bead disc as well, Aviar Driver maybe?
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Old 10-27-2020, 11:54 PM
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The first overmolds have to be considered, MVP of course but I think the Quest URLD or RIP Graboid were first.

First bead disc as well, Aviar Driver maybe?
Nope in 1998 the Max Flight 2 piece mold came out by Wham-O, a unique mold. Was not PDGA approved until 1999, The Two Piece mold being the controversy.

Also the Blowfly/II the Gumputt are in about as floppy a plastic I have seen for discs, and tyou would not want much floppier due to the wind.

Magnet/Titanic a DGA Magnet mold with a spacer on the nose, only a few like the Hydra a OS disc and the Magnet Clone, Legacy Clutch are other brands that have used a Concave wing for putting.

The Monarch was the first disc to have the grove in the mold, Monarch is not a bad disc, my brother used one for a year or two.

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Old 10-28-2020, 12:05 AM
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QuestAT Turbo Putt, the disc Innova feared so much they complained to the PDGA to get it banned
Not really, the mold was accidentally Approved at the same time the Wheel was, both discs got reviewed thanks to Innova's Dave D complaining and then subsequently both ban from PDGA competition. The old plastic 10 Meter Brick was going to be ban too but then Innova backed down when they saw how brittle the old discs were.

Speaking of Innova the Sonic is unique as only a few brands Dog discs or Wham-O fastback are PDGA approved in this style and not made to a Putter diameter but more in a catch/dog disc style. The Nova Is unique for its shape even if the mold was not made in an overmold style.
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Old 10-28-2020, 12:09 AM
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The Aerobe Epic immediately comes to my mind, as does anything that was made by Vibram.
In that Aerobe Vain the Arrow was unique for a putter, no other putter is quite that glide-less. The Arrow flops to the ground literally after loosing any speed at all.
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Old 10-28-2020, 04:24 PM
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One of my favorite molds, the banger GT is pretty unique.

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Old 10-29-2020, 10:39 PM
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Wide rim drivers.
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Old 10-29-2020, 11:47 PM
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One of my favorite molds, the banger GT is pretty unique.
That is true, even the other disc with a GT from Discraft uses a more of a Thumbtrack style like Innova.

In the Discraft vain the lesser used Soft X Putt'r has a odd edge/wing, the bottom of the edge/wing is wider then the top of the wing, only noticeable on the inside.

DGA has two 6 speed midrange then Discraft has two 5 speed fairway discs, Archer and Stratus.

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Old 10-29-2020, 11:48 PM
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The Condor mainly due to the size.
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Kastaplast Rask and Berg are two really special molds.

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