Prodigy X4 400G Plastic

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The Prodigy Disc X4 is a slightly understable, low profile, high-speed distance driver. It is great for players with lower arm speed that are looking to gain more distance. The X4 is designed to hold a turnover even at a lower speed. The X4 performs very well at low heights and in tunnel shots. For players with faster arm speed, the X4 will flip later in the flight path and is perfect for long wooded shots or accurate turnovers.

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The Prodigy Disc X4 is a slightly understable, low profile, high-speed distance driver. It is great for players with lower arm speed that are looking to gain more distance. The X4 is designed to hold a turnover even at a lower speed. The X4 performs very well at low heights and in tunnel shots. For players with faster arm speed, the X4 will flip later in the flight path and is perfect for long wooded shots or accurate turnovers.

400G Plastic is the regular 400 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 Plastic. The additive also makes the disc more durable and requires more time to break it in.

  • Diameter: 21.2cm
  • Height: 1.7cm
  • Rim Depth: 1.1cm
  • Rim Width: 2.3cm
  • Min Weight: 160g
  • Max Weight: 174g
  • Stability: Understable

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Jay D.
Awesome

The first few throws went straight into trees lol. But once I got used to it I could make it do it whatever I wanted. Love this disc.

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DrDaryl1
Surprise

Although I didn't know what to expect with the X Mold, I knew what I was getting with the 400 G plastic. I love the grippiness and tackiness of 400 G plastic. It combines well with the X4 mold. The X4 flys similarly to a D6 but seems to spin out of hand better. It has a nice long S curve on flex shots but it can be turned over into a headwind. With a little breaking in, the X4 pops up to flat on an Anny release and gentle fade at the end. Don't over power this one; let the X4 do the work. Also, the lower wing has an interesting ridge that seems to help the disc's aerodynamics...