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Old 04-24-2013, 03:39 PM
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I am excited to see a star / gl / esp / icon reminiscent plastic from them. Lovin the 400 series so far
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Old 04-24-2013, 04:16 PM
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So has anyone else thrown this new plastic? Of 8 pages of replies I only remember seeing one that addresses the OP.
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Old 04-25-2013, 12:48 AM
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I give them +5 points for coming into the market

I deduct 1000 points for terrible disc/plastic blend names...

They are drowning at -995...
Love the names/plastic blend names. It is simple/clean and non gimmicky/cartoonish like all the stuff that is already out there. Hope they keep it up!
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Old 04-25-2013, 12:50 AM
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something tells me nobody else has fondled the 700 stuff, they'd be here bragging about it.
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Old 04-25-2013, 01:04 AM
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Anyone who is confused about their products is a moron, plain and simple. Even if it is members of their own team. A flight chart would be nice but the naming convention puts their disc types/stability into the simplest of formats. I would say it's more difficult to purchase a disc based off a name. IE) I love legacy but if you don't have a flight chart how do you depict the stability difference between the patriot and the rival. This company was just an example but you could say the same for any other. And don't give me the bs excuse for innova's flight rating chart (speed, glide, turn, fade). We all know how accurate that is from a consistency standpoint. At the end of the day it's not what people are used to so they get their panties up in a bunch. What everything boils down to is consistency in molds. The company that can mass produce the most consistent molds will eventually be the most successful for serious discers, no matter what the naming convention or of those molds might be.
Very well said. Lets see. M1=overstable mid, M2 = slightly overstable mid, M3 = straight mid and M4 = understable mid. FLight numbers are useless since everyone throws different from the next person.
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Old 04-25-2013, 07:42 AM
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Jerm showed up to club dubs at the Nest and informed me that Prodigy has Premium plastic.

The stuff that is out there now is called G-400, but there is a premium blend called G-700.

He had an M4 in this blend and it felt like Star/CE amazingness.

Has anyone else seen this plastic ?

No results when searched.
Jerm showed me this as well

Id agree with OX in that this plastice feels really good. much better than whats out there now
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Old 04-25-2013, 08:02 AM
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I have been told that so far the only disc run in 400-G that is available is the M4. But I don't think many retailers have it, or know they have it. Prodigy just told us that a difference even existed. All you can do is buy an M4 and look for the G spot on the rim
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Old 04-25-2013, 08:07 AM
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look for the G spot
I thought that was just a myth...










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Old 04-25-2013, 09:01 AM
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I have been told that so far the only disc run in 400-G that is available is the M4. But I don't think many retailers have it, or know they have it. Prodigy just told us that a difference even existed. All you can do is buy an M4 and look for the G spot on the rim
My Production D1 is 400S plastic. My M4's, D3's, M1's do not specify plastic, as they are proto's. (i think proto, maybe first run)

I checked the M4, and there are no markings on the bottom that state G or anything.
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Old 04-25-2013, 09:14 AM
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I have been told that so far the only disc run in 400-G that is available is the M4. But I don't think many retailers have it, or know they have it. Prodigy just told us that a difference even existed. All you can do is buy an M4 and look for the G spot on the rim
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I thought that was just a myth...











Quote of the day right there.......I loled

Seriously though where is this G spot you speak of.....
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