DX Griffin

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DX Griffin


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The Griffin is a small diameter overstable Mid-Range originally molded in the early 90's. The range and stablility of this disc is between a Roc and a Whippet.
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This run of Griffins is composed of a hardened DX similar to the originals. These stiff Griffins can handle the biggest arms or turbulent wind conditions and still have a reliable fade.

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Disc Model Griffin
Plastic Type DX
Hot Stamp N/A

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  1. Rip it! Review by Brandon
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    Pretty fun disc! Can be ripped with a lot of force and basically impossible to turn over. Nice for a predictable hyzer shot! (Posted on 2/22/2014)

  2. A useful odd disc for odd throws Review by Tyson
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    I love this disc in my quiver. It is very hard and waxy for DX, you just have to hold one to understand. I use it for RhBh Grenades, it climbs fast and drops predictably. It is also good for low ceiling low speed hooks, but it is amazing for the ever so odd Quizenberry! It hooks left off the Quizzy skip like no other! (Posted on 5/28/2012)

  3. No, not really Review by Tuvia
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    This Griffin is pretty sweet, but dont believe Innovas numbers. Great for full power accuracy on a 250'+ left curve, this disc is not even close to wind-proof ( i flipped it new into 16mph headwind and im not that powerful). As the gator is significantly less likely to turn over and has much more fade, the proper griffin turn/fade numbers are more like -1/3. As for the DX plastic, this disc feels a bit unlike anything i have ever thrown, closer to a waxy pro-line. The disc has grip when you throw it, but when you just feel it, it feels like it should slip right out of your hand. (Posted on 4/24/2012)

  4. griffin Review by Patrick
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    its a cool gadget type of disc, but the plastic is a bit of a liability. i tacoed mine when on a tree with a hard drive. but it flies true to what its supposed to do. (Posted on 12/21/2011)

  5. ok disc Review by jesse
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    falls out of the air quick, but predictable (Posted on 11/30/2011)

  6. Predictable, yet odd Review by Ryan
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    I needed something that would go left. Hard. It's not exactly hard to find a meat-hook in the Innova mid-range line, but I like trying new and cooky things, so instead of going with an old standard like the Gator, I tried a Griffin. It certainly fills the niche I bought it for: as a right-handed back-hander, this thing fights to the left every step of the way. The turn rating of +1 might be a bit of an exaggeration; it's not hard to get a neutral early flight, so don't be afraid to try it when you run into a nasty 90 degree turn down range. It stays in my bag for those occasional hook-shots and high-wind shots that crop up, but there are a couple of things I don't like about this one: the shape and the plastic. It's certainly an unusually shaped disc, with a thick rim and driver-esque profile about it, and it ends up being not terribly comfortable in my hand. It reminds me a bit of my (shockingly overstable) first-run Kite as far as hand-feel goes, but the real similarity between those two discs is in the plastic. The DX on this disc (and that first run of Kites) is very hard and kind of waxy feeling. I feel like it would have great durability, but it sacrifices some of the grippiness you expect when ordering a DX disc. Ultimately, though, what matters is the way it flies, and this disc will do just what you ask it to... as long as you ask it to go left. (Posted on 11/29/2011)

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