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Old 03-05-2013, 03:57 AM
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Default pdga aproves prodigy mids?

Just got word from a prodigy team member that the m1 and m4 will be released before the d2 and d3. Two putters will follow shortly after! Sweet!!
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Old 03-05-2013, 04:59 PM
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Copied and pasted from the PDGA website:

Mid Day at Prodigy

The M-1, M-2, M-3 and M-4 midrange discs made by Prodigy Disc have been PDGA Approved as of 3-5-2013.

"Prodigy mid-range discs fly a consistent flight path making them favorites of the top players in the world. All four discs feature the trademark Easy Release Technology.

M-1 is an extremely reliable mid range driver, designed to be over stable with incredible consistency and control. The M-1 mid range is good for all conditions and flies as well into the wind as it does with the wind.

M-2 is an extremely reliable mid range driver, designed to be slightly over stable with incredible consistency and control. The M-2 mid range is good for all conditions and flies as well into the wind as it does with the wind.

M-3 is an extremely reliable mid range driver, designed to be stable for moderate power throwers and for players who need a disc that will finish left (right handed throwers) with incredible consistency and control. The M-3 mid range is good for all conditions and flies well in all wind conditions.

M-4 is an extremely reliable under stable mid range driver. It is designed for all players and flies extremely far for a mid range. The M-4 will turn up when thrown hard and will then have an extremely long glide and a soft straight finish." - Prodigy Disc

M-1

M-2

M-3

M-4
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Old 03-05-2013, 05:01 PM
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Mostly excited about the M1, the rest of my mids are pretty well set. I hope it ends up being Drone-like with that amazing feeling plastic.
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Old 03-05-2013, 05:04 PM
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Well, it looks like they will all be extremely reliable and fly great with both a headwind and a tailwind.
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Old 03-05-2013, 05:08 PM
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Max. Weight (g) Diameter (cm) Height (cm) Rim Depth (cm) Inside Rim Diameter (cm) Rim Thickness (cm) Rim Depth/ Diam. Ratio (%) Rim Config. Flexibility (kg)
Prodigy M-1 180.1 21.7 2 1.3 18.9 1.4 6 39.25 8.39
Prodigy M-2 180.1 21.7 1.9 1.3 18.9 1.4 6 43.25 8.39
Prodigy M-3 180.1 21.7 2 1.3 18.9 1.4 6 41 8.28
Prodigy M-4 180.1 21.7 2 1.3 18.9 1.4 6 52 8.85
Prodigy PA-1 174.3 21 1.9 1.4 19 1 6.7 57.5 6.01
Prodigy PA-2 175.1 21.1 1.9 1.4 19.1 1 6.6 47.5 11.91
Prodigy PA-4 174.3 21 1.9 1.4 19 1 6.7 69.25 6.46
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Old 03-05-2013, 05:17 PM
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Just as predicted - Drone, Roc, Buzzz, Comet/Fuse
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Just as predicted - Drone, Roc, Buzzz, Comet/Fuse
And hey - why not?!
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Think it was the M1 I saw a pic of the proto a while back.
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Max. Weight (g) Diameter (cm) Height (cm) Rim Depth (cm) Inside Rim Diameter (cm) Rim Thickness (cm) Rim Depth/ Diam. Ratio (%) Rim Config. Flexibility (kg)
Prodigy M-1 180.1 21.7 2 1.3 18.9 1.4 6 39.25 8.39
Prodigy M-2 180.1 21.7 1.9 1.3 18.9 1.4 6 43.25 8.39
Prodigy M-3 180.1 21.7 2 1.3 18.9 1.4 6 41 8.28
Prodigy M-4 180.1 21.7 2 1.3 18.9 1.4 6 52 8.85
Prodigy PA-1 174.3 21 1.9 1.4 19 1 6.7 57.5 6.01
Prodigy PA-2 175.1 21.1 1.9 1.4 19.1 1 6.6 47.5 11.91
Prodigy PA-4 174.3 21 1.9 1.4 19 1 6.7 69.25 6.46
wonder if the PA-3 didn't get approved?
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