The H3 V2 sports an upgraded shape from the original H3, with a slightly shallower rim depth, offering an easier grip, and an updated outside rim that allows for a consistent, yet faster flight with more glide. This allows the player to gain more distance, while maintaining dependability and a slightly over stable finish. The H3 V2 can handle any condition thrown its way, and is an excellent choice for backhand and side arm throwers alike.
AIR Spectrum is a line of premium, lightweight discs. They are engineered for the same shot performance of their heavier counterparts with added glide.
Stamp color may vary. Shade of disc color may vary.
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The Prodigy Disc H3 V2 Hybrid Driver has been built upon the characteristics of the original H3 to create an improved and superior disc. Like the original H3, the H3 V2 is stable to slightly over stable, depending on the thrower's power. The H3 V2 sports an upgraded shape from the original H3, with a slightly shallower rim depth, offering an easier grip, and an updated outside rim that allows for a consistent, yet faster flight with more glide. This allows the player to gain more distance, while maintaining dependability and a slightly over stable finish. The H3 V2 can handle any condition thrown its way, and is an excellent choice for backhand and side arm throwers alike.
Prodigy Air Plastic is one of the most exciting plastics to be introduced to the disc golf scene. Our revolutionary 400 series base resin that has become a favorite of Canadian Open, Japan Open, US Open, European Open and World Champions has been modified to create a spectacular-flying, absolutely beautiful looking discs. Prodigy Air is available in a weight range from 148 grams to 162 grams. The grip, feel and performance are sure to become the new standard for all players looking for the highest quality disc in lighter weights.
- Diameter: 21.3cm
- Height: 1.8cm
- Rim Depth: 1.2cm
- Rim Width: 2.0cm
- Min Weight: 170g
- Max Weight: 176g
- Stability: Over Stable
Flight Ratings: 10 | 5 | -1 | 1
Weight Range: -
A pretty decent disc and it's a quality plastic. I usually don't throw Prodigy, but I had some points from a basket and mystery boxy I ordered so I bought a couple discs. I threw a great drive into the wind (163-g) the other day on the last basket and kept my low tag! Flies straight and true.
Works in all conditions. Good grip and holds the line into the wind better than any other light weight disc I've tried. If you don't want to throw a 175g over stable disc, give this a try. Works for me.
I’m not a pro player. 11 speed is all I can handle, and most of those are too beefy. I own a H3v2 in 400 and it’s a fantastic disc for me. When I throw it well it goes well for me with a dependable finish, but it’s not my best distance disc.
I bought 2 of the H3v2 discs in air plastic between 150-160 just for fun. I unloaded on one today and it absolutely crushed 430+ which is a personal best for me. I apologize to Prodigy, but for feel I would say it’s exactly like a sticky GStar plastic. I don’t know if it’s the decreased weight or if I held onto it for too long, but for me I can definitely say the air H3v2 is understable compared to 400 plastic. First throw I turned it over, second throw I put it on hyzer, it flipped up, and it pushed 30+ past the best drive of my life. Obviously windy conditions would be tough with a lighter disc, but this thing crushes. Long, straight, late turning hyzer flip bombs… Try one. It’s awesome.
I like this spectrum air plastic. Feels like 450g. The colors are bright. They fly farther for me. These allow me to throw faster molds like the h3, d2 and d4. The spec-air d4 is my farthest flying disc. The new stamps are awesome, super clean. I'm not a fan of flight numbers, but know many people want these on the disc. The outlined text to show the swirls is a classy touch.