Prodigy D3 400 Plastic

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The Prodigy Disc D3 is a very fast, moderately stable driver with a unique flight path. It is designed for all players and flies extremely far. What separates the D3 is its ability to flip up and then glide without the extreme drift to the right or the hard finish back to the left.

Weight: 170 - 174 grams

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The Prodigy Disc D3 is a very fast, moderately stable driver with a unique flight path. It is designed for all players and flies extremely far. What separates the D3 is its ability to flip up and then glide without the extreme drift to the right or the hard finish back to the left.

400 Plastic is a premium blend of material that is extremely durable. The unique blend of plastics feels as good as it looks and will be able to be broken in over time. This tour quality plastic gives the thrower impeccable grip, even when it is wet.

  • Diameter: 21.0cm
  • Height: 1.7cm
  • Rim Depth: 1.2cm
  • Rim Width: 2.3cm
  • Min Weight: 140g
  • Max Weight: 174g
  • Stability: Stable

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Darell M.
Longest disc in my bag by far!

I carry a couple 400 D3s (some X-Out, some stock stamp). These are my absolute max distance discs. The rim feel is GREAT, like I really feel confident throwing these BH or FH. I can't throw FULL BORE because I'm worried about turning it over with BH. With FH, I have to be intentional about not over-snapping it on the release. Basically, the disc comes out FAST and glides FAR with good form and 85% power. The only negative I can think of...this, for me, is NOT a woods disc. This disc needs room to do what it does. It needs lateral room to turn right, glide, fade left and finish forward. In an open field or a course where you have room to let this thing out of the bag, it'll give you some monster distance. The ones I have are a little domey, so the glide is unreal and it shows. The first 1/3 of the flight is pure speed out of my hand....I mean this disc comes out with tons of speed. The middle 1/3 of the flight is pure glide, like a paper airplane just floating. The last 1/3 of the flight is this thing fighting forward like a running back trying to get every inch it can. Sure, I throw D1, D2, X3 for shots where a turnover is BAD...but when I have room to just unload a bomb, this is my go-to. In the attached video, I get my daughter to film a 400 D3 forehand. With a slight wrist flick and getting the nose up into the wind....it still flies about 285'. Great job Prodigy. I have many of these and look forward to throwing each and every one.

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Chaz T.
Loving this disc!

Really loving this disc, I can throw it with a little hyzer angle and it flips up to flat with very little turn with a consistent fade. This thing has some sweet glide to it!

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Dan H.
Big fan.

Big fan of the D3 and the 400 plastic. I'm a forehand dominant player and the D3 will work any line you put it on. Even for weaker arms (my backhand is a work in progress) the D3 will hold that soft turn before fading out predictably to finish. The 400 plastic is exactly as described: great in the hand, durable with a bit of ply. Instant bag.

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Jonathan H.

Great flight disc for intermediates