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Aerobie Sprint Ring


$9.00

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Requires less effort to throw longer distances than a frisbee. Softer materials less apt to injure fingers than traditional frisbees. Flies extremely far.

The Cons:Ring shape can tangle worse in tree branches. Does not float.

The 10" little brother of the Aerobie Pro. But don't let it's small stature fool you. This ring will fly very far.

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    Requires less effort to throw longer distances than a frisbee

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    Softer materials less apt to injure fingers than traditional frisbees

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    Flies extremely far

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    Flexible 'spine' allows for adjusting aim in wind for accurate throws

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    Great price for great toy

Cons
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    Ring shape can tangle worse in tree branches

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    Does not float

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Howlsthunder
Howlsthunder: #aerobie_sprint_ring I have two of these (different colors for different outdoor lighting/color conditions) 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. But even this little Aerobie can cover some enormous distances - entire baseball fields! And, wind aside, with brilliant accuracy. The Aerobie is truly the Porche of the frisbee world in my book. Apr 2, 09
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