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Aerobie Pro Ring


$10.00

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Ring shape allows for inventive catching & throwing techniques. Design allows for world record distance throws. Great accuracy.

The Cons:Ring design can get snagged worse in trees. Because of how far it flies, you need a pretty big area to play. Easy to lose it on overthrows - into lakes, other people's yards, roadways, etc.

The Aerobie will destroy the Frisbee anyday in a distance competition. The Pro model is 13" in diameter. By flexing the Aerobie in either direction you can keep it flying true.

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Pros
  • 5

    Ring shape allows for inventive catching & throwing techniques

  • 4

    Design allows for world record distance throws

  • 4

    Great accuracy

  • 3

    Softer & lighter materials are unlikely to cause finger injury as with most frisbees

  • 3

    Great value for price

  • 3

    Flexible spine allows for control of flight angle

Cons
  • 3

    Ring design can get snagged worse in trees

  • 3

    Because of how far it flies, you need a pretty big area to play

  • 2

    Easy to lose it on overthrows - into lakes, other people's yards, roadways, etc.

  • -1

    Does not float

  • -2

    Softer materials & lightweight construction not as durable as regular frisbees

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Howlsthunder
Howlsthunder: #aerobie_pro_ring I have two of the smaller version of this and I can easily say I won't be going back to regular frisbees any time soon. It takes MUCH less effort to throw an Aerobie great distances which is a relief for those of us with elbow injuries - a simple flick of the wrist can send this thing twice the distance of a frisbee. The ring shape allows for interesting and creative grabs and the softer materials mean you don't risk finger injury (especially damaged nails) when trying to catch an Aerobie.

This smaller version of the Aerobie is my prefered size because my playing fields are usually much smaller so I'd recommend the Pro size for people who either have great self-control in throwing power or people with enormous playing fields (mid-westerners, hark!) And, wind aside, Aerobies have brilliant accuracy; its truly the Porche of the frisbee world in my book. Apr 2, 09
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