Prodigy A4 350G Plastic (Scuffed)

Stability: Slightly Overstable
Flight Numbers: 4 | 4 | -1 | 2
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Weight: 170 - 174 g
Color: White
Price:
Sale price$7.50 Regular price$16.99

Description

Our loss is your gain! We had some A4s in 350G Plastic get a little scuffed up, so we are slashing the price down on them. If you like your slower speed discs in base plastic or have been wanting to try the A4 out, this is a great opportunity grab one.

These discs just have scuffs on the plastic, meaning they have no flight altering flaws, only aesthetic ones.

Stamp color may vary. Shade of disc color may vary.

The Prodigy Disc A4 is the latest in our range of approach discs. The A4 is a slightly over stable disc that fills the distance gap between midranges and putters and is designed for all skill levels. The disc is consistent and reliable in moderate wind conditions and perfect for short approach shots. It works equally as well for backhand or sidearm throwers. The A4, like the A3 has a bead on the rim. You can expect it to fly slightly less stable than the A3 with an extra 40-50 feet in distance.

350G Plastic is a firmer blend of the 350 Plastic for those who like the grippy properties but in a stiffer plastic. The 350G Plastic is the product of 16 months of research and development. Its unique tacky feel and increased stiffness puts it ahead of all base-line resin available on the market today. It was developed in a collaborative effort by World Champions, Major Champions and National Tour Champions looking for discs that will break in perfectly over time. The 350G Plastic retains grip even in wet conditions.

  • Diameter: 21.0cm
  • Height: 2.0cm
  • Rim Depth: 1.3cm
  • Rim Width: 1.4cm
  • Min Weight: 170g
  • Max Weight: 174g
  • Stability: Slightly Overstable

Customer Reviews

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Erik H.
A4

Love the disc. I can get it to go either way depending on how much I put on it. I also find that it works good for long putts. I ordered one that was scuffed since I knew that I would be hitting a tree soon anyway 😁. Order was fast.

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Joseph L.
My favorite mid

Torque-resistant enough to forehand. Thrown over 250 on a backhand it'll get a little turn and a strong fade back. Very controllable!

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Daniel E.
A4

Super straight flyer, 350g is bit more durable than my A2 300 hit some trees with both. & the A4 still flies and looks the same, can’t say that about the 300 A2.

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Clarence S.
Great approach dis

Straight flight

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Michael A.
A4

Great disc at an awsome price cannot even find the scuff on mine!

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Matthew D.
A4 350G PLASTIC

Domey and very stiff. Flies like a well seasoned A4 with more glide.

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Nicholas
A Suprising Little disc!

I say little because the disc feels small in the hands, diameter-wise and depth. I've only thrown this a handful of times, but it is a beaut. The A4 has some nice smooth flip to it and then fades out with some spunk. In the 350G plastic, it has a slight dome, and is very firm but still tacky. I am looking forward to this boi beating in and getting some smooth late turn and really becoming a straight approach mid.

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Jeffrey H.
Flippy Approach

This disc has a very unique shape. It is domey and has a bead. This disc is understable especially in base plastic. I throw mainly forehand approach shots and I am able to get a good forehand turnover with this disc. It’s a good compliment to my A2. I heard someone else in the reviews say it whistles when they throw it, mine does as well lol

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Will J.
Cool approach disc

Still getting the hang of it, but it has a relatively decent straight flight with a nice left tail if thrown on a hyzer angle. Enjoying getting more familiar with it and the slightly tacky feel is great. And for $7 what’s there not to like?!

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Jordan M.
More domey and straight than 400/300

I was hoping for a little more stability and less dome like the 300 and 400 plastics. Great discs for different uses but I’ll be giving these away unfortunately.

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