Aerobie Skylighter Disc
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|The Aerobie Skylighter Disc lights up at night
and offers superior straight line flight than a traditional Frisbee using
advanced design and materials.
Advanced aerodynamic illuminating design!
The Aerobie Skylighter Disc is fitted with powerful LEDs lighting the
entire translucent rim and create a spinning "lighthouse" effect.
The stable, accurate flights result from its advanced aerodynamic design
which incorporates the patented spoiler rim with a soft rubber edge for
The original Aerobie Superdisc became a favourite shortly after its debut
in 1995 because players of all skill levels could throw it well and enjoy
its stable, accurate flights.
It was developed in response to Superdisc fans' clamor for a larger, heavier
version. Today, the Superdisc Ultra is the top of the line Aerobie flying
The Superdisc Ultra's soft rubber edge provides
a great grip for strong throws. It also feels soft to catch and does not
develop sharp scratches and burrs like a conventional disc when it hits
pavement. Floats in water.
What the expert says:
"You'll find the Superdisc Ultra to be the most stable and accurate
flying disc on the market and I love the soft edge. It's great for players
of all skill levels."
8 times Overall World and U.S. Frisbee Champion
To make Aerobie discs fly straight, release them level. When people throw
a conventional flying disc, they tend to release it sloping downward to
compensate for the disc's tendency to roll over in flight. With Aerobie
discs, this compensation is unnecessary.
them level to make them fly straight. You can throw an Aerobie disc
sloping to the left if you want it to curve left and sloping to the
right if you want it to curve right.
Throw an Aerobie disc only to an alert catcher, as you should exercise
caution with any thrown object. Play in a clear space so participants
will not accidentally trip over or crash into trees, cars, people,
or other hazards. Cease play if light is insufficient to cle
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