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Disc Review



Innova Champion
Pro Rhyno

Type: Putt and Approach
Diameter: 21.2cm
Available Weights: 165-175g
Plastic: Innova Proline

Pro Rhyno
Flight Rating Category Value What Innova says:
The Rhyno is essential in the wind for short to medium range shots. The Rhyno's Thumtrac TM gives it a sure grip and reliable performance in any situation. It has the flying feel of a 200 gram disc though it only weighs 175 grams.
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 03-25-08
Submitted by Jason Spires biopuritan@yahoo.com
Location: Memphis, TN
Level: Amateur
Avg Drive: 350
Disc Weights: 169
Review: I never thought I would find a disc that would basically replace my JK Aviars. When you get used to a disc, you actually feel a sense of loyalty to it! The Pro Rhyno is unbelievable as an approach disc. Put some muscle behind this and you have a straight shot with very little fade for about 250 - 270 feet. The real advantage this disc has for me is that it has a strong enough fade that you can actually put an ounce or two of anhyzer on it and it. THe JK's will turn over on you if thrown too hard, but not the Rhyno. I still use the JK's to putt with sometimes but they are getting much less use these days!
Posted 02-02-08
Submitted by Brian Bentz Bentz0@yahoo.com
Disc Weights: 175
Review: I have 4 of these, 1 super floppy yellow(for winter play), 1 "super soft" feeling white one, and 2 stiffer (perfect for 60deg+)orange ones. buy in person if your picky! this review is for flat tops. [Domey rhynos (found in champ., dx and STAR), are less stable and have glide.] for me these are the best inside putters (~25 feet or less) Longer with headwind. you can gun for it with confedence. drops like a rock if you miss. thumb track makes grip automatic. Also an excellent power control disc for straightish aproach shots. OR if thrown high for straight with fade at the very end. These have zero glide so sweeping hysers and anys not so much. I recommend big bead aviar, challenger, for those.
Posted 08-13-07
Submitted by patrick mysteryman007_2000@yahoo.com
PDGA: 33171
Location: lynchburg,va
Level: Amateur
Avg Drive: 325
Disc Weights: 168.6
Review: i have had this disc probably just under a year and can make putts with it from just about anywhere. i like the sfot plastic for its ability to hit the chains and stay in the basket. i also use it as mid-range in the woods on hillsides since it doesn't slide as much as a disc in champion or star plastic. i do have two champion rhynos and use them as drivers occasionally.
Posted 05-08-07
Submitted by Sren Hjelholt Disc Weights: 175
Review: I originally started out with this as my main putter, as I liked the flexibility of the disc when it hit the chains. However, I soon realised, that this flexibility gave me problems when putting at distances beyond 20'. I then switched to the DX rhyno, which suits me great, as i throw with a lot of spin, becounse the Rhyno won't turn to the right on me.

My pro-line Rhyno is however still in my bag, for one particular pupose. I use it for grenade approach shots, as it will almost fold in half on impact a stay put, as all the energy is absorbed. If it has done its job rigt and landed close to the basket, it might even be used for the put.
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