Aerobie Sprint 10 Inch

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An Aerobie is a flying ring used in a manner similar to a flying disc or Frisbee, for recreational catches between two or more individuals. Its ring shape of only about 3 mm (0.12 in) thickness makes the Aerobie lighter and more stable in flight than a disc. It can be bent to tune it for straighter flight.Since it has very low drag and good stability, it can be thrown much farther than a flying disc. The Aerobie was used to set two former world records for thrown objects. Designed in 1984 by Stanford engineering lecturer Alan Adler, the Aerobie has a polycarbonate core with soft rubber bumpers molded onto the inner and outer rims. The outer rim has a spoiler designed to impart stability. Recommended for ages 7 and up
Flies twice as far as conventional flying discs Exciting games of catch Rubber edges for soft catches Aerodynamic design makes it easy to throw well 10 inch (25 cm) diameter size perfect for the backyard Recommended for ages 7 and up Made in the U.S.A. Warning: Does not float
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