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|by paulabu||Date Added: Friday 30 July, 2010|
Great toy however disappointed that the image on the frisbee was not the image advertised - but a far less attractive one.Good product, speedy dispatch, neat packaging, etc. thought perhaps overpriced for a frisbee.
|by S. Carmichael||Date Added: Wednesday 02 May, 2007|
This is a great backyard frisbee. It is heavy duty and flies great. I don't know why the other reviewer's problem was other than maybe he works for discraft? It includes a DVD as well.
|by D. Clark||Date Added: Friday 27 April, 2007|
First, if you want a real disc buy a Ultra-Star 175G Ultimate Disc - Standard Colors. These are the real deal. They are the official disc for playing Ultimate.Second, don't support Wham-O whose lame trademark of "frisbee" prevents others from manufacturing what is generically a "frisbee" as a "disc." So lame. Its not like mr. tissue invented paper with which to blow your nose, however, mrs. frisbee's pie tins were the first "frisbees." spending money to buy this and protect it is super lame.
|by lwu||Date Added: Sunday 17 April, 2005|
I threw this exact model today in the park. While it was new and felt better than the Wham-O 175 grams I threw in years past, I didn't really like the way it fell, and the rim doesn't feel as solid to me as an Discraft Ultrastar.Still, it's easier to find a Wham-O disc in the store, and this is "good enough" for the casual player, and better than a random corporate stamped disc.