We are introducing the Carnivora stamp on 500 Glimmer FX-2s. The FX-2 is known to bring some beef to our fairway lineup, so this vicious new stamp seemed like a natural fit.
Stamp color may vary. Shade of disc color may vary.
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The Prodigy Disc FX-2 packs a punch in our fairway lineup, bringing speed to its class as it fits in between our F Series and H Series. Created in collaboration with 2-time Disc Golf Pro Tour Champion Chris Dickerson, the FX-2 is overstable with dimensions specific to Chris' desires in a disc. The FX-2 has a profile that provides a comfortable feel for both backhand and sidearm throwers. Crank on it as hard as you want and get a fast, straight flight with a medium finish or scale back the power for controlled hyzers. No matter how you throw it, you'll be surprised how far it flies. Not to mention, it's Robot Chicken approved. The FX-2 brings a new brand of fairway driver to the table with more to come.
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: 21.1cm
- Height: 1.6cm
- Rim Depth: 1.2cm
- Rim Width: 2.0cm
- Min Weight: 170g
- Max Weight: 175g
- Stability: Overstable
I just want to start off and say that I’m not a pro at disc golf; I’m still pretty amateur at this stuff, so I won’t be getting super deep into all of the specifications. But if you’re looking for a disc that is both unique in style and easy to control while getting the distance you need, than this is the disc for you. I recently bought ten or so disc from prodigy and this is one of my top three go-to’s. The disc itself I found pretty easy to get a good understanding of how it flies, turns, and fades after a few throws, I try to not put any extra turn on it; if you can get a pretty stable throw then you’ll get a fairly stable flight. I know, I know, disc golf 101 right but that’s just my take on this disc and I personally like it.