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Disc Review



Innova Champion
Gremlin

Type: Midrange
Diameter: 21.2cm
Available Weights: 165-175g
Plastic: Innova DX

Gremlin
Flight Rating Category Value What Innova says:
Maximum Flight Speed NA
Resistance To High Speed Turn NA
Amount Of Low Speed Fade NA
Propensity To Fade NA
Glide NA
Relative Distance NA
Qualitative Analysis Value
Recommended Skill Level NA
Predictability NA
Uniformity Of Break In Period NA
Overall Durability NA Description of the Ratings System.


Player Reviews

Posted 07-23-06
Submitted by Young Discer Braedens@windrifters.com
Disc Weights: 172
Review: I have been playing disc golf for about 3 years now and have been in search of the perfect midrange. I have experimented with a lot of discs, for example: Roc, Shark, Buzz, Gator and the Demon.

I have come to a conclusion that the best midrange on the market is the Pro Line Gremlin. The only problem is that the Gremlin has been discontinued by Innova and is close to impossible to get your hands on. The Gremlin is a fast midrange that has good resistance to turn. You can put a lot of snap on these beuties without the worry of turning them over. They will hold any line you put on them with just a slight hyser at the end of thier flight.

If you get a chance to buy one of these I would definatly recommend them to anyone wanting a durable and predictable midrange.

I give this disc 10/10
Posted 09-24-05
Submitted by geoff keller geoff-keller@excite.com
Disc Weights: 150
Review: I can't figure why they stopped making this disc. I think it's one of the best mid-range discs ever. I use pretty much 150 class so if I tend to overpower it there will be a right fade at the end. If you find one of these, buy it!
Posted: 11-03-04
Submitted by Dustin B
I bought a 175 Gremlin per some reviews I had read online. I was looking for a mid-range disc that had a bit of weight to it but something that as a beginner I could handle. I have been practicing sidearm lately and was amazed the first few times I threw this disc. I do not have a lot of knowledge about different discs and their flight characteristics but I was able to get good distance from this disc with little effort. It is now my go to disc when I need to get a straight hyzer (sidearm) with just a bit of right fade at the end. You do have to throw from a slightly higher position with good snap as it is a heavier disc but it is very reliable and good in a headwind.
Posted: 9-23-03
Submitted by babyshades01@hotmail.com
I bought this disc when I went on the search for a new mid range. I was looking for something with a ton of control and great accuracy. I was led to the Gremlin. This disc is the Ching Sniper re-released. It is very accurate and very easy to turn left right or throw straight. I got the Pro Line series because of where I play. It is 174g and has a beautiful feel to it. I would consider myself as an intermediate amateur. I am also a big ROC user but I would suggest this disc to anyone. It is very versatile and easy to throw. All in all this is a great disc.
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