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Old 08-27-2014, 03:47 PM
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Prodigy definitely needs some speed 9-10 discs. Color me interested.
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Old 08-27-2014, 04:04 PM
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Ricky would have won the world championship if he had this disc during the tournament.
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Old 08-27-2014, 04:07 PM
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Theres a handful throwing prodigy down here in florida. There were also definitely a good amount throwing it in Michigan where im from.

The plastic is great.. 400s and 400g.. very durable and grippy. They have alot of good molds, my bag is essentially half prodigy and half innova (F7, and D3 not listed in my sig) The 300s plastic is good for putting.. not sure id want to use any of their discs in 300 for driving though.

Arent they still working on a 500s? kc pro sort of plastic?
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Old 08-27-2014, 04:41 PM
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Ricky would have won the world championship if he had this disc during the tournament.
Haha, Ricky would have won Worlds if he hadn't thrown out of bounds twice in a row on hole 13 during the final 9. Of course he turned around and make a 70 foot eagle putt on hole 14 to tie it back up, but I really thought he had it in the bag until those 2 out of bounds drives. Man I wanted him to win it too. It was great to be there spectating though.

Sorry, that was a bit off topic. So H1 will be a Firebird clone probably. I hope they can make them consistently nice and flat, but probably they will vary just like all the other disc companies.
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Old 08-27-2014, 04:44 PM
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I see a lot of them in GA, but not so many as I travel. Did see a few in WI and MI, mostly the putters or D4/D5's. The younger crowd seems to like them a lot(almost all Prodigy throwers I see are 12-18) and the old guys are sticking to their guns, as old guys will.

A lot of the emerging brands are starting to get more bag share, I've seen a ton of Vibram, MVP and even some Salient getting tossed around a bit lately.
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Old 08-27-2014, 10:12 PM
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Well this out to make the Prodigy players happy.

I rarely see anything other than a Prodigy disc or two in people's bags around here, but having said that I do see a lot of people with one or two in the bag. Just very rare to see anyone with a lot of Prodigy.

Though a few weeks ago at the Denver Classic, the kid who took second in my division threw exclusively Prodigy. Kid can rip for sure.
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Old 08-28-2014, 11:17 AM
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Easy Release Technology , Tremendous Predictability, Reliable in all Conditions, D,F,M,P,X,H ...... mind Freaking BLOWN!!!!
yeah, it says nothing about whether or not the disc will allow us to: "soar with the gods"...
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Arent they still working on a 500s? kc pro sort of plastic?
Got to fondle Ulibarri's 500 series F2 (I believe) this past weekend.... it feels like it would beat into a nice KC pro feeling plastic.

As for the H1.... I hope it is something more like a flick.. overstable with zero glide.
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Old 09-02-2014, 12:18 AM
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seen alot of d4, m1, and pa4 here in the northwest.
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Recieved my glow thunderbird. I think it's more than 175g. It feels way heavy. I'll get out to the field, post n let my thoughts be known
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