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You realize a company like innova has over 20 models under speed 9 which can be considered fairways? 17 of their own ... might even be closer to 30 with all the Discmania and Millennium

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It seems like they just pop em out like hotcakes. I can't even tell you what the differences are.


Innova has been around for over 30 years too. They spent a little more time perfecting the products.
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Old 03-24-2014, 11:30 AM
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It seems like they just pop em out like hotcakes. I can't even tell you what the differences are.


Innova has been around for over 30 years too. They spent a little more time perfecting the products.
now that is the best **** I have read on here in a whiiiile. Innova produces more "hotcakes" than anyone in the market you idiot.

If you took to minute to research just like any other company in the world who makes discs im pretty sure you would get an idea of what the differences are. The best part is they actually make UNIQUE models. Not just mix matched molds.

How does a disc golf company grow? Well its not by just making one single good disc.

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now that is the best **** I have read on here in a whiiiile. Innova produces more "hotcakes" than anyone in the market you idiot.

If you took to minute to research just like any other company in the world who makes discs im pretty sure you would get an idea of what the differences are. The best part is they actually make UNIQUE models. Not just mix matched molds.

How does a disc golf company grow? Well its not by just making one single good disc.
I assumed the Core was the same design with just a different wing. Really though, it would be not be hard at all to tweak a wing design slightly to make a different disc. Probably draw it up in 20 minutes.

So is every core the same across models. For instance the Crave and Inspire use the same core or not? Does Crave equal Switch, Servo and Resistor?
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How does a disc golf company grow? Well its not by just making one single good disc.
Business 101, right there.
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I assumed the Core was the same design with just a different wing. Really though, it would be not be hard at all to tweak a wing design slightly to make a different disc. Probably draw it up in 20 minutes.

So is every core the same across models. For instance the Crave and Inspire use the same core or not? Does Crave equal Switch, Servo and Resistor?
some do, some don't. who cares? its still a 2 part molded disc that they produce in the highest level of quality we see really around DG. They are all unique discs with different stamps and overmolds.
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they have some very high quality machines and people working them. its not just a disc golf maker you have to remember that. they can handle making lots of discs if business calls for it-- which appears is the case.
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some do, some don't. who cares? its still a 2 part molded disc that they produce in the highest level of quality we see really around DG. They are all unique discs with different stamps and overmolds.
I care.
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You realize a company like innova has over 20 models under speed 9 which can be considered fairways? 17 of their own ... might even be closer to 30 with all the Discmania and Millennium

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17 fairway models under speed nine? Are you counting the speed 5 mids?

Otherwise I count 11 currently in normal production. 12 if you count the Eagle Ls that I keep finding on Eagle shelves.

And with the Discmania and Millennium, 3 more. Maybe four, I can't remember if they still make EXP1s.
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