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Disc Review



Innova
Star Orc

Type: Driver
Diameter: 21.2cm
Available Weights: 145-150, 165-175g
Plastic: Innova Star

Star Orc
Flight Rating Category Value What Innova says:
The Orc is a more stable version of the very popular Valkyrie, giving power throwers more predictability off the tee.
Maximum Flight Speed
Resistance To High Speed Turn
Amount Of Low Speed Fade
Propensity To Fade
Glide
Relative Distance
Qualitative Analysis Value
Recommended Skill Level
Predictability
Uniformity Of Break In Period
Overall Durability Description of the Ratings System.



Player Reviews

Posted 02-20-08
Submitted by Matt ryanmcd1999@yahoo.com
Disc Weights: 175
Review: I started with a dx orc when I was first learning the game and experimenting with discs. I found myself reaching for this disc more and more. Very straight and reliable. Once I beat the hell out of it I upgraded to champion. Absolutely money! Picked up a star Orc and it is one of my absolute favorites! Slightly less stable than dx and champion, you can turn this over with a little anny angle and bomb this thing into a nice s-curve. I feel this disc is very similar to my champiopn wraith with more grip.


Posted 08-31-07
Submitted by Eddy G edglatt@yahoo.com
Disc Weights: 175
Review: The star Orc seems to have a totally different feel than the pro and champ line. It seems like a completely different disc altogether. It seems a bit straighter than my champ and pro but it does not have the same glide as either of them. Not sure about this one, maybe it will be my sky hyser bitch, trouble hammer shot disc. Cannot recommend if your a big fan of the other runs of orc's.
Posted 06-08-07
Submitted by firechicken27306 firechicken27306@yahoo.com
PDGA: 27306
Location: wilmington delaware
Level: Adv. Am
Avg Drive: 400
Disc Weights: max weight
Review: i have several of these. i love the orc it is my go to bomber right out the box. it hold and hyzers. but i would have to say that it is worse than the champ plastic, i dont think it is as durible, but it lost some of the end hyzer affect. other than that, the grip is better the duribilty is the same if not a little better. but i will never replace my champ with a star its just not the same orc.
Posted 06-06-07
Submitted by Fish nj_fish@yahoo.com
Disc Weights: 169
Review: I bought the Orc for a straight predictable power driver, and it has been just that. I'd highly recommend the Star version as it's much easier to throw than the other Orc plastic, it's slightly less stable, and has really held up to a lot of abuse. This disc gave me quite a boost on distance, and has become my main driver. First disc I've started carrying 2 of at all times. I love the Orcses.....
Posted 01-30-07
Submitted by patrick mysteryman007_2000@yahoo.com
Location: virginia
Level: Amateur
Avg Drive: 300
Disc Weights: 164,171
Review: good, durable disc for wooded courses. it holds a 45 degree angled hyzer well for curve shots. also does well for tomahawk throws. i can also do helix shots with it.
Posted 10-03-06
Submitted by Jake burmest2@msu.edu
Disc Weights: 175
Review: I just recently got the new star orc. Ive been waiting for forever for the star orc and it didnt dissapoint. I got max weight 175g for the most accuracy. It flies similar to the champion orc but i think tends to fly a little straighter with less hyzer at the end. I would recommend this disc to anybody looking for some bomber distance. Plus the star plastic holds up great. If youve never tried it before, try a tomahawk with the orc too, works great.
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