The Preserve Championship is right around the corner, and we have some awesome X3s in 400G Spectrum to help directly support the event. The Red Fox is the latest course Cale has added to The Preserve, and this sweet stamp goes with it.
Stamp color may vary. Shade of disc color may vary.
- FLIGHT CHART
The Prodigy Disc X3 is a consistent, very long flying, slightly over stable distance driver designed for all skill levels. The X3 is a great choice for any player looking to throw long, fast, and dependable drives. The X3 is slightly less stable than the X2, giving it a longer glide period in the middle of the flight path, and a softer left to right finish. The X3 matches the X1 and X2 in consistency but exceeds in turn and glide.
400G Series plastic is the regular 400 Series plastic with a shot of adrenaline. It is the base 400 plastic mixed with another resin that gives the plastic a slightly different feel than the base 400 Series plastic. The additive also makes the disc more durable and requires more time to break it in.
- Diameter: 21.1cm
- Height: 1.7cm
- Rim Depth: 1.1cm
- Rim Width: 2.2cm
- Min Weight: 170g
- Max Weight: 174g
- Stability: Slightly Overstable
Great straight flying driver
Great disc very fast and great skip
A fast and slightly understable driver that gets easy distance out of the box. I’m working it into the rotation for my long drives. So far, so good. And that Spectrum plastic is so pretty!
nice lookin disc
I love the stamp and felt good buying this to support the Preserve since I wanted to support the feature tournament in the area I learned to play disc golf. The plastic is soft and gummy and I like the size and feel of the rim which is not huge like some other, high speed drivers and not small like many control drivers. The X3 throws a nice, long, curving flight. When thrown flat or on a slight hyzer it will sit up nicely and glide a long way. It has a decent finish but is by no means overstable. It looks, feels, and throws a lot like my Discmania Vapor Enigma and I consider that comparison a compliment. Not anything I'd throw into a headwind, but consistent enough to trust on any throw where you need a bit of long, left-to-right flight with a consistent finish. You should be able to shape long, straight throws as well as hyzer flips and long anhyzers without having to have crazy arm speed. Could even be a stable to overstable disc for beginners. I like the X3 for it's utility and I love this disc for it's beauty. Definitely recommend.
Got the lighter ones for my aging arm and these can bomb for me! Plastic feels great, good grip and beautiful colors.
I bought this disc because I throw X3 all the time both FH and BH, and it was available in my preferred weight, but also because of the really attractive art on the stamp. I was very pleased when I opened the box and found two absolutely beautiful discs. But it got better. The plastic is probably the best feeling plastic I have every thrown in over a decade of playing disc golf. Very nice grip, just the right amount of give near the rim, firm enough to get that high-speed hyzer skip. And they bomb! I was throwing them at least 10% farther than any other X3 I've thrown, and when I figured out the release angle the distance went up another notch. They are slightly more high-speed understable than other runs of X3 in 400 or 400G, but they have the same dependable fade.