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The Innova Star Daedalus is a high speed driver with great turn and glide. It's meant for the backhand or sidearm player to have an understable and flippy high speed disc in their bag.
The -3 turn is a lot of turn in the throw, typically your disc will end further to the right (RHBH throw) than the left at the end of the flight. It's useful for when you've got to be on one side of the fairway versus the other. The Daedalus doesn't compromise distance for turn the way other discs such as the road runner, and the sidewinder do. It's comparable to the Shryke, but this disc won't have as significant a fade. Look for this disc to be trusted in wide open fields, or when you're avoiding one side of the fairway. You'll need plenty of power to throw this disc, it's really meant to be thrown 300+ feet.
Star plastic is a premium plastic and the choice for most pro players on Team Innova. It's durable and it comes at a pretty great price as well. This plastic will continue to work for a long time, and after it's taken enough tree kicks and become even more understable the Daedalus can double as a roller for you.
So if you're looking for a disc that will fly in an understable S curve and get awesome distance then take a look at the Star Daedalus from Innova Champion Discs.