Prodigy X5 400G Plastic

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The Prodigy Disc X5 is an understable, low profile, high-speed distance driver. It is great for all players. Players with lower arm speed will get a lot more glide and distance. Players with moderate arm speed will be able to get a long flight out of this disc by throwing a slight hyzer flip. (Left edge down about 20% from flat at release). For players with faster arm speed, the X5 will flip early in its flight path and will turn right, with a soft finish to the left making it useful for wooded holes that require shaping the shot. It will also be great for long controlled rollers. The X5 performs very well at low heights and in tunnel shots.

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The Prodigy Disc X5 is an understable, low profile, high-speed distance driver. It is great for all players. Players with lower arm speed will get a lot more glide and distance. Players with moderate arm speed will be able to get a long flight out of this disc by throwing a slight hyzer flip. (Left edge down about 20% from flat at release). For players with faster arm speed, the X5 will flip early in its flight path and will turn right, with a soft finish to the left making it useful for wooded holes that require shaping the shot. It will also be great for long controlled rollers. The X5 performs very well at low heights and in tunnel shots.

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: 21.1cm
  • Height: 1.9cm
  • Rim Depth: 1.1cm
  • Rim Width: 2.2cm
  • Min Weight: 170g
  • Max Weight: 174g
  • Stability: Understable

Customer Reviews

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Alan S.
Disappointed

My first prodigy disk.

I’m older... played many many years...

I’ve lost a lot of arm speed so I got this lighter 164g hoping I could get enough turn to make it anhyzer out and gently fade back ( like the description says).

Can’t do it. Won’t go with the turns and fades very hard actually costing me both distance and accuracy... bummer...

I was finally able to get it to hold a pretty straight line with moderate fade by really trying to turn it hard on low ceiling tunnel shots, but this was much harder than with the stable driver I’ve been throwing.

I’m not sure what to try from here...

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Brendan
Serious Disc

I have only been playing for a couple months. The courses near me have quite a few holes from left to right. My BH is better than my FH currently so I went for an under stable disc. This x5 does a great job in my experience while being a crusher for distance. I can get the x5 to fly as far or even farther than my d3 max. Prodigy is making great discs!

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Emma H.
#understablelife

Far flying straight out of the box, and even though I thought it was going to be too heavy (159g vs the 151-153g I’m used to throwing) I was able to get a force over anhyzer and a ton of distance (about 15 feet more than my current go to driver). I think once it gets beat in the hyzer flips I’ll be able to throw with this baby will be out of sight!

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Matt K.
Wide rim, very flexible

My first disc from prodigy. I don’t have the arm speed to get this disc to flip over yet, but for me it fades left and works really well around obstacles at distance... a friend threw it the other day (way more experienced) and got it to do exactly what it was supposed to... do it’s probably me. 4stars because the wide rim is a little uncomfortable in my hand, definitely looking into more prodigy discs going forward.