The M1 slides in as an overstable midrange option that will have a reliable finish toward the target. Try one in our stiff, durable 750 Plastic with the classic Topographic Stamp.
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The Prodigy Disc M1 is an extremely reliable midrange disc, designed to be over stable with incredible consistency and control. The M1 is good for all conditions and flies as well into the wind as it does with the wind.
750 Plastic is similar in grip and texture to our 400 series but with a firmer feel. This high-tech blend of premium resins will provide outstanding performance and predictability. This plastic is extremely durable.
- Diameter: 21.7cm
- Height: 2.0cm
- Rim Depth: 1.3cm
- Rim Width: 1.4cm
- Min Weight: 170g
- Max Weight: 180g
- Stability: Overstable
Let me preface this review by saying I LOVE to throw my mids flat, straight, and hard. I like to manipulate the angles for hyzer and flat shots, somewhat on turnovers. With that said, the 750 M1 is a good overstable mid. Into a left-to-right wind, I'm a RHBH thrower, the fade isn't exactly as hard as I'd like. For downwind or no wind shots, its a good, somewhat glidey overstable mid that will finish kinda hard left and forward. This 750 M1 is a great mold for those 2-finger flicks and utility shots. I have a very beat up 300 A2, it's like waffley on top, that I throw as my overstable mid. It basically flies like the 750 M1 for me...straight and flat until the apex, then kinda dumps and falls left like an A2 should. Overall, I like the 750 M1. There may come a day when it has a place in my bag, maybe when it's beat in a little and a little softer and less sharp. I have a video of me throwing the "1" series including several M1s including this one. If you are looking for overstable M1, go online in the FB groups and find a proto M1....you'll thank me later!
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First time trying disc, a little disappointed. Maybe it was this run but mine could not handle torque from power. I might look for a very stable m3. I absolutely love all my prodigy discs..... I will beat in this disc more and giver her more chances, maybe try a friends out to see if mine is a dud.
Over stable mid is good for when you want to power up but don’t want it to turn over on you. 750 plastic is sturdy and will take the abuse of all the trees I’m going to hit haha
This was my first M1, wasn't sure what to expect but I absolutely love it for backhands drives off the tee and upshots up to 280ish.
I absolutely love the 750 and 750G plastic. Mix that with a nice overstable midrange and it becomes a disc I’ll always throw. Great for a nice 250-290 up shot and even shorter forehands. Great for all arms at many distances.