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I recently acquired an H4 X-Out in 750 plastic. Full 175g wt. (that's all they had in the X-Out). The 750 plastic is nice, kind of like a Star/Pro mix, decently grippy. Mine is opaque. In candor, I think I like the 400g plastic a tad better, but that's not to disparage the 750 plastic.

The H4 flies stable/understable for me. I'm a noodle arm, so I'm not getting Roadrunner-like turnover. I've gotten good distance with the H4. It definitely will be the distance driver in my "All-Prodigy" bag.
^You're a Panther man, right? How does it compare to something like that or a Squall?
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Old 10-02-2017, 06:06 PM
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I saw an advertisement in the latest 'DiscGolfer' magazine that Prodigy is re-tooling their H1, H2 & H3 drivers. Glad to hear this. I think they rushed their drivers out too soon and didn't get them right the first time. Their plastic blends are too good to waste on mediocre driver designs.

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Old 10-02-2017, 09:00 PM
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^You're a Panther man, right? How does it compare to something like that or a Squall?
Didn't see this question until now. My H4 is longer than the Panther, of course. My Pink Panther is relatively overstable vs. many Panthers, and is comparable in stability to the H4 (for me). I haven't tried the Squall, so I can't comment on it.
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I saw an advertisement in the latest 'DiscGolfer' magazine that Prodigy is re-tooling their H1, H2 & H3 drivers. Glad to hear this. I think they rushed their drivers out too soon and didn't get them right the first time. Their plastic blends are too good to waste on mediocre driver designs.
Glad to hear this. It would be great if they improve their H-series discs.
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Old 10-04-2017, 02:32 PM
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as said earlier they have great plastic. hope there mold improve would love to see a H7 (a fast F7) for a true turnover control driver. They make the best light weight disc on the market. have a 158 400g D3 that is just money for distance.
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I saw an advertisement in the latest 'DiscGolfer' magazine that Prodigy is re-tooling their H1, H2 & H3 drivers. Glad to hear this. I think they rushed their drivers out too soon and didn't get them right the first time. Their plastic blends are too good to waste on mediocre driver designs.
H1 is not a mediocre driver design.

Will now be buying more h1 to stock up, though...so good move on their part.
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