Prodigy Falcor 400 (Cale Leiviska)
The Cale Leiviska Prodigy Falcor 400 is an overstable distance driver and the first release in Cale's new disc line. These Airborn Falcors have a ton of glide and are made with Prodigy's grippy but durable 400 Plastic.
This Falcor is like a faster version of the Prodigy D2 400 and is slightly less stable with a fade rating of 2.5 instead of 3. Players with a lot of arm speed will be able to get maximum distance out of this driver. Throw it with some anhyzer and it will give you a long S-shaped flight path before fading at the end.
If you are looking for a new fast-speed driver that will cut through the wind, this driver will quickly become your new best friend. I threw the Falcor into a strong headwind and it was significantly less impacted than my Innova Destroyer. It cuts through like a champ.
I found this disc to be somewhat hard to throw for forehand drives (but I don't have a lot of arm speed.) The Falcor does fit nicely in the hand for sidearms, however, so if you have a more developed arm speed this could be a crushing distance driver for you.
If you are an intermediate or advanced player in need of a fast overstable distance driver then give the Prodigy Falcor 400 a shot!
Prodigy Falcor 400 Flight Numbers
- Speed: 13
- Glide: 6
- Turn: -1
- Fade: 2.5
Commonly used for: Max distance
- Diameter: 21.2 cm
- Height: 1.7 cm
- Rim Depth: 1.2 cm
- Rim Thickness: 2.3 cm
- Flexibility: 10.11 kg
- Max Weight: 175.1 gr