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1st Run 400g M2

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MSRP: $24.99

Availability: In stock

Regular Price: $19.95

Special Price: $15.95

Regular Price: $19.95

Special Price: $15.95

SKU: 13831
Midrange Drivers

Quick Overview


  • Overstable Midrange Driver


  • Consistent wind-fighter


  • Reliable Hyzer Disc

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Regular Price: $19.95

Special Price: $15.95

Details

M2 is an extremely reliable mid range driver, designed to be slightly over stable with incredible consistency and control.  The M2 mid range is good for all conditions and flies as well into the wind as it does with the wind.  The consistent flight path of this disc makes it a favorite of the top rated players in the world.  The M2 features the trademark Easy Release Technology.

Disc Weight
170 to 180 grams.

Additional Information

Manufacturer Prodigy Disc

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Customer Reviews

consistent and fast Review by Matty W
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great hyzer disc! very stable for slow turning hyzers. I control the turn by the height I throw this disc... you really don't have to worry about the angle that much with this disc because it's so stable. throw it low for a straighter slow turn and throw it high for a big hyzer.
Also I really like the grip, can 4 finger grip comfortably for power unlike a lot of mid rangers that I feel the rim gets in the way or is to thin for a power grip.
more stable than a shark and faster than a rhino. (Posted on 1/15/14)

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