Whether you dunk your go-to disc or get it stuck in a tree, the Prodigy Disc Retriever is here to help. Choose between a 10-foot or 14-foot telescopic stainless steel pole, which makes it easy to reach those tough spots on the course and to store away when not in use. Each retriever comes with two additional attachments to help with even the toughest situations. Let the Prodigy Disc Retriever do the dirty work to keep your feet dry and put your favorite discs back in your bag.
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- Weight: 0.6 lbs (10'); 1.0 lb (14')
- Easy to carry, use, and store
- Telescopic stainless steel pole
- Three separate attachments for different situations
Broke during my first time using it at the Lexington open. Waste of money
all the different heads have been useful and it's nice and sturdy
Really good retriever! I couldn't decide if the extra length was worth it, but it is. Comparatively lightweight, durable, compact. What else to you want?
You need to baby this retriever otherwise the tip on the smallest section will break & the device is useless.
The pole is sturdy but the hooks just fall off on their own. Now all I have left is the bid disc dragger attachment, which is worthless if your disc is stuck in a tree.
This is the absolute best disc retriever you can find, hands down! And I love that it comes with an attachment to specifically get your disc out of the water, too. I highly recommend this item!
Works great so far! Definitely overpriced but it’s better than a lot of retrievers out there
It is a really useful too for sure, how ever the metal is very fragile. I caught a cat tail while pulling my disc out of the water, and it bent instantly, and then snapped as I got the disc in. I am grateful that I got my disc back, but it would have been cheaper to replace it than it was to buy the retriever and be able to use it twice. If you are super careful, this is fantastic, how ever if there is anything around your disc that it could get caught on, good luck. Most likely it will snap and you will lose the disc and waste your money. It is very light, but I would gladly carry a heavier one so that it is more durable.
Girlfriend got me one, and it is perfect. Multiple attachments for pulling a disc out of water or thick, thorny bushes. The attachments do need to be carefully and securely fastened.