The point n' shoot XT Mako Review by Nicolai
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Bought this on a whim as I love my Star Mako3 and I'm a huge fan of Innova XT plastic.
It certainly flies true to the 4/5/0/0 flight numbers and the differences in speed between the two Mako discs is definitely noticeable. The XT Mako is a little slower but does have a touch more glide due to the moderate dome, the Mako3 being a 3 series disc is of course flat topped.
Beadless, the XT Mako also has a smaller, more angled inside rim, and doesn't fit as well as the Mako3 - for me. I could see it being a perfect disc for women or kids, especially given it's flight rating, but also as a training tool, much like the other neutral discs often mentioned for form work like the Nova, Dart etc. (Posted on 5/17/2017)