With the Superdisc, Alan Adler returned to his original flying toy mission
of inventing an improved "Frisbee." Conventional flying discs such
as the Frisbee have a center of aerodyanmic lift near the leading edge of the
disc in flight. This creates a tendancy for a flying disc to roll right during
right handed throws and to roll left during left handed throws. The breakthrough
spoiler rim design of the Superdisc, like the spoiler rim of the Aerobie rings,
centers the aerodyamic lift of the disc during its entire flight, making the
Superdisc a very stable flyer. The result is a flying disc that is very easy
for people of all skill levels to throw well.
The Superdisc also has a soft, rubber edge that has many benefits. It provides
a great grip for strong throws, it is soft to catch, and it does not develop
sharp scratches and burrs like a conventional disc when it hits pavement. The
soft edge is also kind to a dog's mouth when the Superdisc is used for play
with a dog.
The Superdisc floats in water. It is made in an assortment of colors (yellow,
red, blue, and purple). Recommended for kids 8 years old and up. The Aerobie
Superdisc is quality made in the U.S.A. Size: 10 inch diameter.
THE DISCS - If you want any of the Aerobie discs to fly straight, release
them level. When people throw conventional flying discs they tend to release
them sloping downward to compensate for their tendancy to roll over in flight.
With Aerobie discs, this compensation is not needed so throw them level if you
want them to 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
SAFE PLAY - As is the case with any thrown object, throw an
Aerobie disc only to an alert catcher. Play in a clear space so participants
will not accidentally trip over or crash into trees, cars, people, and other
hazards. Cease play if there is insufficient light to clearly see the disc in