The D Model OS is an overstable distance driver in the Prodigy Ace Line. The D stands for Distance while the OS stands for overstable. The D Model S is for more experienced players with it's overstablility but not quite as overstable as the OS+ from Prodigy.
The D Model S is one of the first discs released in the Prodigy Ace Line. The D stands for Distance while the S stands for Stable. The D Model S has a slow turn with a soft fade when thrown with power.
The D Model US is one of the first discs released in the Prodigy Ace Line. The D stands for Distance while the US stands for Under Stable. This is a great disc for those long distance shots without the fade at the end.
The Prodigy D3 is a straight flying, high speed driver in their D line of discs. The D3 features a low profile and comfortable hand feel that makes it a great choice for both backhand and forehand players! Advanced players will love the distance capabilities and ease of hyzer flipping the D3 for a full flight.
The F Model OS from Prodigy is made to fit that overstable fairway driver slot. Ignore the flight numbers when thinking about this disc though. It has a consistently overstable flight but does offer some slight turn to the flight. You will love the flex lines and pushing hyzers they are able to achieve with the F Model OS!
Speed 10 | Glide 5 | Turn 2 | Fade 4
The closest disc we have found in comparison is the Innova Invictus or the Discmania PD. Both seem to be slightly more overstable than the F Model OS in the field.
The F Model S from Prodigy is a straight flying fairway driver with a slight finish at the end of it's flight. Players will love the angle control that they are able to achieve with this disc. It is a little bit faster than your average fairway driver but doesn't quite push into the distance driver role.
Speed 10 | Glide 5 | Turn -1 | Fade 3
The F Model S is like a faster Discraft Vulture or Innova Thunderbird. It offers a similar straight flight with slight finish that you can rely on out on the course.
The F Model S from Prodigy is a stable fairway driver. Players will love the straight flight that they are able to achieve with this disc. It is a little bit faster than your average fairway driver but doesn't quite push into the distance driver role.
The Prodigy FX2 is the answer Prodigy players have been looking for. It offers a consistently overstable flight that you can rely on in all kinds of conditions. Another unique thing about the FX2 is that it features an unfinished bottom that makes it easier to grip in bad weather conditions.
Speed 9 | Glide 4 | Turn 0 | Fade 3
In my experience, the FX2 most closely resembles a Raptor or a Firebird with more glide. It has a consistent finish and decent amount of glide.
The Prodigy H1v2 is a less stable version of one of the most overstable discs on the market, the original H1. The H1v2 offers a straight flight with a pretty hard finish at the end. More advanced players will find the disc to have a little bit of turn during the initial part of the flight and love it for that main control driver slot.
Speed 10 | Glide 4 | Turn 0 | Fade 2
I would say it is most comparable to a Discraft Anax with less glide or a Discmania PD.
The Prodigy H4v2 will quickly become a go-to flippy fairway. It is a slightly more stable version while still offering players that consistently understable flight. It is a great choice for hyzer flips and anhyzer shots or soft shots that you need to go straight down the fairway.
Speed 10 | Glide 5 | Turn -2 | Fade 1
The first comparisons that came to mind was an Avenger SS or a Sidewinder.
The Prodigy M Model S is a great addition to the already insane Prodigy mid range lineup. This disc offers a straight flight with a slightly overstable finish. It will hold any line that you put it on and offer a classic mid range flight that you'll fall in love with.
Speed 6 | Glide 5 | Turn -0.5 | Fade 3
Feel wise this disc is like a slightly beefier Meteor or a faster feeling MD3. Either way it feels good in the hand and has a great flight.
The Prodigy M Model US is supposed to be the understable mid from their ace line, but is not as understable as you may think! It has a much straighter flight than expected with a subtle fade at the end. Players will love the amount of control that they have over the M Model US.
Speed 4 | Glide 5 | Turn -1 | Fade 1
In the hand, the M Model US feels similar to a Buzzz or a Discmania Origin and should offer a pretty similar flight path as well!