Prodigy Archive Isaac Robinson


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5 speed
5 glide
0 turn
2 fade
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    The Prodigy Archive Isaac Robinson is a overstable Midrange disc.

    It has been assigned a Speed of 5, a Glide of 5, a Turn of 0 and a Fade of 2 by the manufacturer (Prodigy)

    We have the Prodigy Archive Isaac Robinson in 400 and 500 plastic in stock.

    Also note the additional information about the plastic and the manufacturer in the additional information tab.

    Prodigy Archive Isaac Robinson in classic-orange, 400 plastic178Classic-orange400NoNone19.95
    Prodigy Archive Isaac Robinson in blue, 400 plastic178Blue400NoNone19.91
    Prodigy Archive Isaac Robinson in blue, 400 plastic177Blue400NoNone19.91
    Prodigy Archive Isaac Robinson in classic-orange, 500 plastic178Classic-orange500NoNone19.94
    Prodigy Archive Isaac Robinson in blue, 500 plastic178Blue500NoNone19.91

    Technical details

    Manufacturer / DistributorProdigy Disc
    Approval Date17-07-2023
    Certification No.22-183
    Maximum Weight180.9 g
    Diameter21.8 cm
    Edge depth1.3 cm
    Edge thickness1.4 cm
    Inner edge diameter19.0 cm
    Edge depth / diameter6.0 %
    Edges configuration56.25
    Flexibility7.95 kg

    Manufacturer - Prodigy

    Prodigy Disc was founded with the aim of developing and producing discs that achieve longer flight and better accuracy for players of all skill levels. Prodigy Disc is headquartered in Dalton, Georgia (USA). Prodigy offers all products related to disc golf in high quality. The discs are known for their gripping plastic feel and easy release technology. In 2019, Prodigy released its Ace Line, with each model also available in a glow plastic.


    Prodigy's 400 plastic is best compared to Innova's Star plastic or Latitude's Gold plastic. It already tolerates moderate use without greatly altering the flight characteristics, but still has good flex and grip.

    The 500 plastic is a harder premium plastic from Prodigy, which already proves particularly good stability. It's probably best compared to Latitude's Opto plastic.
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