Prodigy F7 500 Spectrum Plastic - Manji Shuriken Stamp

Stability: Understable
Flight Numbers: 8 | 6 | -3 | 1

Weight: 170 - 176 g
Color: Random
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Description

The F7 can work a clean line down the fairway, stealthily weaving through the trees. So, we popped the Manji Shuriken stamp on these in 500 Spectrum for you.

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

The Prodigy Disc F7 is a medium speed, understable fairway driver with substantial glide. It is a great choice for recreational and beginner players. It is also excellent for turn-over shots and rollers.

500 Plastic has been in development for quite some time, formulated and based on carefully considered player feedback. It has a stiffer, less gummy feel than 400 Plastic. This provides an extremely confident grip on the flight plate, balancing just the right amount of flex and firmness, with a very solid feeling rim that we believe disc golfers are going to love. 500 Plastic has a uniquely pearlescent finish, unlike anything else in the Prodigy Disc plastic line.

  • Diameter: 21.3cm
  • Height: 1.5cm
  • Rim Depth: 1.1cm
  • Rim Width: 1.8cm
  • Min Weight: 165g
  • Max Weight: 176g
  • Stability: Understable

The Prodigy Disc F7 is a medium speed, understable fairway driver with substantial glide. It is a great choice for recreational and beginner players. It is also excellent for turn-over shots and rollers.

Stability: Understable
Flight Ratings: 8 | 6 | -3 | 1
Diameter: 21.3 cm
Height: 1.5 cm
Rim Width: 1.8 cm
Rim Depth: 1.1 cm
Weight Range: - 176 g

500 Plastic is a premium blend that has a less gummy feel than 400 plastic. This provides you with an extremely confident grip and a stiffer flight plate, balancing just the right amount of flex and firmness. 500 Plastic has a uniquely pearlescent finish which adds another visual element to each disc.

Customer Reviews

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Eric B.
Beautiful disc; still learning to throw it

First off, the stamp is amazing, prodigy is second to none in this department. I bought the F7 because I wanted to mess with throwing rollers. I’m not good at it so I’m still uncertain if this is the right disc. What I can tell you is it does throw as a nice hyzer flip and turn. Thrown flat or anhyzer I have inconsistently gotten it to turnover and roll, but that very well could be just me learning the disc.

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