We're excited today to roll out the newest update to our popular, re-designed H Series Hybrid Drivers, the H2 V2. This year's new H Series discs have helped our team and players across the globe rise up the ranks and improve their games. We are now proud to have 6 MPO Pros in the Top 10 of the PDGA World Rankings and 2 FPO Pros in the Top 15.
The Prodigy Disc H2 V2 is a re-engineered, moderately overstable, fast flying Hybrid Driver. The H2 V2 provides fine-tuned controllable distance with a predictable fade. Built upon the original design of the H2, the H2 V2 features a shallower rim and modified “nose”, offering a more comfortable grip as well as increased speed and glide over its predecessor. Backhand and forehand throwers can tackle winds and consistently land their drives with accuracy.
The 400 series is a premium blend of material that is extremely durable. The unique blend of plastics feels as good as it looks and will be able to be broken in over time. This tour quality plastic gives the thrower better grip even when it is wet.
The 400G series is the regular 400 plastic with a shot of adrenaline. It is the base 400 plastic mixed with another resin that give the plastic a slightly different feel than the base 400 series. The additive also makes the disc more durable and requires more time to break it in.
The 750 Series plastic is similar in grip and texture to our 400 series but with a firmer feel to it. This high-tech blend of premium resins will provide outstanding performance and predictability. This plastic is extremely durable.
First Look: Prodigy H2 V2 Hybrid Driver 04:12
Team Prodigy Disc's Will Schusterick and Idris Garcia take an in depth look at the newly reengineered H2 V2 Hybrid Driver, and compare it to the original H2 to show you how this disc will fit into your bag, whether you're a pro or an amateur!
The H2 V2 is available now through authorized Prodigy dealers. Find a dealer here: https://link.prodigydisc.com/dealers
More info here: https://link.prodigydisc.com/h2-v2
First Look: Pr...
Team Prodigy Disc's Will Schusterick and Idris Garcia take an ...