The following malfunctions and defects are covered by warranty for 30 days:
NOTE: The Prodigy Disc Retriever DOES NOT warranty any parts of the Prodigy Disc
Retrievers frame from bending or breaking. The user accepts full responsibility for using the
Prodigy Disc Retriever in such a manner as to prevent damage from happening. The pole is
not designed and will not withstand excessive lateral force, weight or pressure. Once the
disc is on the retriever, bring it back in a smooth deliberate manner and avoid lifting the disc
quickly, or trying to flick the disc as it will damage the Prodigy Disc Retriever. Always open
and close the pole by hand. Do not press it against the ground or any other surface to close
it. Do not cast, flick or swing the retriever to open it. This will damage the Prodigy Disc
Retriever and void the warranty.
The Prodigy Disc Retriever, when used properly, will save time and discs you could not
normally get to. It will pay for itself many times over as long as you operate it properly. This
device, if treated properly, should last a season. Unfortunately, dirt from hands and your golf
bag and debris from the water will build up in the joints and result in eventual failure. Extend
its life by using it properly. Always keep it clean by drying it with a towel before closing it.
Extend it at the end of the day and slide it back to closed through a dry towel. Make sure to
remove excess water from the Prodigy Disc Retriever by removing the threaded attachment
or the handle and draining it. We also recommend it be lubricated with a dry lube spray.
This product was designed to serve as a tool to retrieve your discs. There is no expectation
that it will last any extended length of time. If used properly you should expect it to last long
enough to save several of your favorite discs, paying for itself along the way.
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Wasn’t thrilled with this. The head spins constantly no matter what attachment I put on the top. I have to be super careful when trying to actually use it as it’s seems so flimsy. I’ve taped the top so it stays on and am working on a fix so it stops spinning so much. I do like how lightweight and compact it is but that’s probably why it’s so flimsy
Just finished a tournament that played over and around a lake, water on almost every hole, and a ton of brambles lining the fairways. Being able to switch out the heads from water-scooper to bush-poker was extremely handy. Saved a lot of peoples bacon!
Purchased the 10 foot version. Very pleased and have used it several times. Nut that holds multiple end pieces on does tend to loosen up. Had to buy a small wrench to carry with the retriever.
Bought this and was so excited to use it. After three uses it broke open & can no longer be used. Absolutely terrible purchase!
Love the attachments!!!!
I live in Florida so we have a lot of palm and other catching trees plus it seems every course around me has multiple water shots. In the short time I’ve own this retriever it’s already paid for itself and I’ve help rescue a few others.
I'm the first of my friends to get a retriever, and I must say - it's been used almost every round. This is well worth the cost!
Get the 14 footer, my discs aim for the water, keep an eye on where they went in and this tool will pay for itself ten fold.
This little thing has already come in handy a few times in the Oregon trees! Pretty sweet.
Considering it is extended 14 feet it is reasonably rigid reaching up into trees. Heads are super easy to change but the 90 degree angle one is the best. Saved me from poison oak a couple times already