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Pro-D Crank 150 Class

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MSRP: $9.99

Availability: In stock

Regular Price: $8.95

Special Price: $7.95

Regular Price: $8.95

Special Price: $7.95

SKU: 15245
150 Stable Drivers
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Quick Overview


  • Superfast, Moderately Stable Ultra Long Range Driver


  • Great for Amateurs and Pros Alike


  • Easy to Control


  • Lightweight Version Great For Beginners

Pro-D Crank 150 Class

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  • Pro-D Crank 150 Class

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Regular Price: $8.95

Special Price: $7.95

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Super fast Pro-D Crank in lightweight 150 Class Plastic.  A great beginner disc for easy accuracy and big distance.  Controllable for ams and pros alike, Crank has a narrower rim than other big drivers, so it fits more comfortably in the hand.  It`s moderate stability enables it to be used for a wide variety of shots and situations but will best be used as a fairly straight, controllable long distance driver that places a premium on accuracy.

The Pro-D Crank is stiff and domey with a fairly soft pop-top top plate.  The plastic feels smooth and silky and quite durable.  The grip is organic enough that these should work well in wet sweaty conditions.

This lightweight version will open up the doors for players of lower caliber and lesser abilities to utilize this accurate long range driver.  These will not be troo overstable and will be a bit more forgiving at lower armspeeds.

Additional Information

Manufacturer Discraft
Fade 1.3
Plastic Pro-D

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