ACE Line D Model US DuraFlex Plastic - Mini Huk Lab Stamp

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Weight: 170 - 174 g
Color: Orange
Sale price$19.99

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We are welcoming in some custom DuraFlex drivers onto the Prodigy Shop for the very first time with the Mini Huk Lab TriFly. These D Model US drivers are looking great and are ready to fly.

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

The D Model US is built for beginners and players with slower arm speeds. With its naturally understable flight, the disc will want to turn over and hold before coming out of it to softly glide back toward the ground. The increased glide and soft fade are a perfect combination for players with less power to work on getting the desired flight for maximum distance throws. Players who do have more power can use it for long turnovers and rollers. D Model discs are built for maximum distance and have a sharp nose and slight dome for increased speed and glide. They also feature medium-depth rim to allow a comfortable grip across different hand sizes.

A good premium plastic is durable enough to stand the test of time and the elements while still providing excellent grip. We've hit all those marks with our DuraFlex blend that will continue to feel nice and grippy whether it's the first flight or long after the disc has slowly broken in.

  • Diameter: 21.1 cm
  • Height: 1.6 cm
  • Rim Depth: 1.1 cm
  • Rim Width: 2.2 cm
  • Min Weight: 170 g
  • Max Weight: 174 g
  • Stability: Understable
  • Flight Numbers: 13 | 6 | -3 | 1

Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
garrett r.
Great stuff guys

You guys make some great disks thanks for the quality plastics!!

Dave D.
Chinese Meathook

A chance to own a disc with a Huk Lab stamp, so I bought one. My arm speed isn’t enough to make it sail, so I wouldn’t recommend it to newbies. The disc says “designed in the USA”, but the UPC sticker says “made in China”, in case that matters.
I thought Prodigy made their own discs. Maybe this was an attempt to outsource some production to meet the demand, but I don’t know. Looks great on my wall.

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