Innova Alien

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  1. If you’re into close encounters with the basket, look no further than the DX Alien, the declassified multipurpose disc that can send your game to the stars.How this large diameter disc feels: The upper half has a Sonic look and feel with its domey top and familiar fastback grooves. The bottom half though, is equipped with a thicker, more modern-day mid-range rim. The DX edition is extremely grippy.DX Alien Flight numbers: 4 / 2 / 0 / 1How it flies: With a flat release in fair conditions, the Alien flies straight 200-300 feet (depending on arm speed), and then torpedoes down – its signature move. Once its flight ends, it practically falls off the table.Because of its low carry, Innova Co Founder and Disc Inventor Dave Dunipace says the Alien is ideal for “Ranging,” meaning it does a better job landing where you aim.Versatile flightShort Drives | Mid Range Hyzer or Anhyzer | Backhand or Forehand approachesMultipurpose: Everyone can find a place for this disc even as a putter because this flying saucer loves to crash land in the chains.Great for:One disc rounds (for shorter courses)Drop and stop throws needed for island holes and other perilous landing areas.Touch anhyzer approaches, where there’s trouble behindFull power anny’s that comeback as faithfully as a Twilight Zone rerunsShort forehand approachesHow will I throw it? Experienced players with substantial power will enjoy manipulating the Alien for everything from short drives to baby approaches. For those with less arm speed may be surprised at the disc’s overstable finish, but once, but after some practice this disc will get lots of reps. Less experienced players should try it in DX plastic first.
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  2. With the Nexus Alien, humans finally have out-of-this-world technology for important things like disc golf. Great for a number of shots, this multipurpose disc will be your death ray against bogeys.How this large diameter disc feels: The upper half has a Sonic look and feel with its domey top and familiar fastback grooves. The bottom half though, is equipped with a thicker, more modern-day mid-range rim. Nexus plastic has a softer, grippier feel than Star plastic and outlasts DX plastic.Nexus Alien Flight numbers: 4 / 2 / 0 / 1How it flies: With a flat release in fair conditions, the Alien flies straight 200-300 feet (depending on arm speed), and then torpedoes down – its signature move. Once its flight ends, it practically falls off the table.Because of its low carry, Innova Co-Founder and Disc Inventor Dave Dunipace says the Alien is ideal for “Ranging,” meaning it does a better job landing where you aim.Versatile flightShort Drives | Mid Range Hyzer or Anhyzer | Backhand or Forehand approachesMultipurpose: Everyone can find a place for this disc. Even as a putter because this flying saucer loves to crash land in the chains.Great for:One disc rounds (for shorter courses)Drop and stop throws needed for island holes and other perilous landing areas.Touch anhyzer approaches, where there’s trouble behindFull power anny’s that comeback as faithfully as a Twilight Zone rerunsShort forehand approachesHow will I throw it? Experienced players with substantial power will enjoy manipulating the Alien for everything from short drives to baby approaches. Those with less arm speed may be surprised at the disc’s overstable finish, but after some practice this disc will get lots of reps.
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  3. Greetings earthlings! It’s time to make contact with the Innova Star Alien, the saucer shaped multipurpose disc that’s great for a host of controlled, measured throws that stop precisely.How this large diameter disc feels: The upper half has a Sonic look and feel with its domey top and familiar fastback grooves. The bottom half though, is equipped with a thicker, more modern-day mid-range rim.Star Alien Flight numbers: 4 / 2 / 0 / 1How it flies: With a flat release in fair conditions, the Alien flies straight 200-300 feet (depending on arm speed), and then torpedoes down - it's signature move. Once its flight ends, it practically falls off the table.Because of its low carry, Innova Co-Founder and Disc Inventor Dave Dunipace says the Alien is ideal for “Ranging,” meaning it does a better job landing where you aim.Versatile flightShort Drives | Mid Range Hyzer or Anhyzer | Backhand or Forehand approachesMultipurpose: Everyone can find a place for this disc even as a putter because this flying saucer loves to crash land in the chains.Great for:One disc rounds (for shorter courses)Drop and stop throws needed for island holes and other perilous landing areas.Touch anhyzer approaches, where there’s trouble behindFull power anny’s that comeback as faithfully as a Twilight Zone rerunsShort forehand approachesHow will I throw it? Experienced players with substantial power will enjoy manipulating the Alien for everything from short drives to baby approaches. Those with less arm speed may be surprised at the disc’s overstable finish, but after some practice this disc will get lots of round reps.
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The Innova Alien is the saucer shaped multipurpose disc that’s great for a host of controlled, measured throws that stop precisely. Master it and you'll have countless close encounters of the basket kind.

With the Innova Alien, humans finally have out-of-this-world technology for important things like disc golf. Great for a number of shots, this multipurpose disc will be your death ray against bogeys.

How this large diameter disc feels:

The upper half has a Sonic look and feel with its domey top and familiar fastback grooves. The bottom half though, is equipped with a thicker, more modern-day mid-range rim.

Available Plastics:

DX: Best grip. Perfect for putting and short approaches. 

Nexus: Great handling and release. Tougher than DX. 

Star: Ultra durable. The plastic for throwing short drives and forehands.

 

Innova Alien flight path

 

Alien Flight numbers: 4 / 2 / 0 / 1

How it flies

With a flat release in fair conditions, the Alien flies straight 200-300 feet (depending on arm speed), and then torpedoes down, its signature move. Once its flight ends, it practically falls off the table.

Range-Finder?

Because of its low carry, Innova Co-Founder and Disc Inventor Dave Dunipace says the Alien is ideal for “Ranging,” meaning it does a better job landing where you aim.

Versatile flight

Short Drives | Mid Range Hyzer or Anhyzer | Backhand or Forehand approaches

Multipurpose: Everyone can find a place for this disc even as a putter because this flying saucer loves to crash land in the chains.

“You need to try an Alien. It’s different. And I think you’ll like it for something,” said Dunipace.

Great for:

  • One disc rounds (for shorter courses)
  • Drop and stop throws needed for island holes and other perilous landing areas.
  • Touch anhyzer approaches, where there’s trouble behind
  • Full power anny’s that comeback as faithfully as a Twilight Zone reruns
  • Short forehand approaches

How will I throw it?

Experienced players with substantial power will enjoy manipulating the Alien for everything from short drives to baby approaches. Those with less arm speed may be surprised at the disc’s overstable finish, but after some practice this disc will get lots of round reps.