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The DX Archangel is a fairway driver that's designed to turn right away. Most discs will hyzer out but the Archangel is perfect for players without a forehand. It's perfect for beginner or advanced players.
The flight path of the Archangel depends on how you release it. Flat released Archangels will turn right away and keep going. If you're a newer player or don't have a lot of arm speed it will come back at the end a little bit. If you release the Archangel on an anhyzer line it will become a roller. This disc is fantastic at heling an anhyzer line if you throw it high in the air. If you release this disc on a hyzer angle you'll have it flip up and over before possibly hyzering out. The Archangel is not a primary distance driver, it's more of a skilled shot disc. You can use it when you need to get up and around an object, or when you want something that won't fade.
DX Plastic is the most affordable by Innova. It's going to beat in quickly, and that's perfect for the Archangel. This is a disc you want even more turn on so a few dings and nicks will make it an even better disc. It comes in a variety of weights and colors.