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Proto 400s F7

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MSRP: $24.99

Availability: In stock

Regular Price: $19.95

Special Price: $17.95

Regular Price: $19.95

Special Price: $17.95

SKU: 13826
Long Range Drivers

Quick Overview

The F7 is a medium speed, under stable fairway driver with substantial glide.
It is a great choice for recreational and beginner players.
It is also excellent for turn shots and rollers.
The disc features our “Easy Release Technology”.

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Regular Price: $19.95

Special Price: $17.95


The F7 400s is most likely Prodigy`s least stable disc in any class with a smooth hyzer to turnover glide that makes those righty turnovers easy.  And of course that Premium Prodigy plastic means the best of all worlds with a grippy feel, classic look and outstanding durability.

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Manufacturer Prodigy Disc

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Customer Reviews

not as under-stable as I thought / needs breaking in Review by Matthew
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decently stable, picks up flat to a little anny but usually fades back unless you really put some power on it... but then you risk turning it right over. =(
Hoping it breaks in to more of a pickup and go straight fairway driver or flip up to nice slight anhyzer. As most prodigy discs you got to love the speed. I Can throw this 250 feet with 60% power very accurately but it gets flippy with more power and don't trust it to do what I want. Needs some more breaking in I think. (Posted on 8/21/14)

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