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Hyperflite Jawz Disc, 8-3/4-Inch, Blueberry

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  • World's toughest canine competition disc
  • Patented duel grip
  • Designed by world champions
  • Capable of record-setting distance throws
  • Puncture resistant
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Hyperflite Jawz Disc, 8-3/4-Inch, Blueberry + Hyperflite Jawz X-Comp, 8-3/4-Inch, Orange + Hyperflite Jawz Hyperflex, 8-3/4-Inch, Purple
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Product Description

Featuring state-of-the-art aerodynamics, hi-tech polymers and patented gripping surfaces, Hyperflite Jawz discs (made in the U.S.) are nothing less than professional-quality athletic equipment for the modern canine athlete. The Jawz disc (8.75-inch diameter/145 grams) is the world’s toughest competition-approved canine flying disc. In normal play, competition or practice, Jawz discs will prove incredibly durable. In the hands of a skilled thrower, Jawz discs are capable of record-setting distance throws. Jawz discs should not, however, be used as canine chew toys.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 9.8 x 9.8 x 2.2 inches ; 5.1 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B002CM3O6G
  • Item model number: JAWZ-BB
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (128 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #11,713 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies)
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47 of 52 people found the following review helpful By W. Higgins on May 20, 2013
I've got an 80# lab that loves her frisbees. I've bought at least 10, here on Amazon, and here is what I've learned:
The BEST frisbee is the GUMABONE genuine Frisbee from the Nylabone folks - just make sure you get the one that looks like a frisbee, not the one with the bone molded in the top.

1. Gumabone frisbee (no molded bone): the best, flys well and darn near industructible. Does not float.
2. Gumabone frisbee with molded bone: poor flyer, but indestructible.
3. Nylabone frisbee (same as gumabone, but HARD NYLON): not recommended; flys well, but so hard it can knock out teeth.
4. Jawz disc: 9" diameter, harder plastic, flys OK. This is one of my backups.
5. Vibram rubber disc: poor flyer but good as a tug toy.
6. Aerobie Superdisc: Flimsy, and flys poorly once dog bends it, and chews it up.
7. Aerobie Dogobie: Small, flimsy, poor flyer. Good for a smaller dog as a toy, or puppy training.
8. Genuine Frisbees, any size: best flyers, but <1hr. life span.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By R. Santoni on October 21, 2013
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Like many I did tons of research looking online for a good dog frisbee. I was using just a normal wham-o 175g frisbee but I know that they are not good for dogs teeth but just haven't gotten around on finding a good fris. One day I was at walmart and there was some red frisbee with a hole in the center similar to an aerobie, it was fairly cheap so I bought it to try it out. My dog liked it, but it was junk, the thing would curve everytime you threw it. I went with this frisbee on the reviews I read and I couldn't be happier. My dog and I play everyday with this frisbee and there are no puncture holes in it at all. There is a sharp edge on the one side of it but I think it is from hitting off the tree or something. The only bad thing I have to say about it, and it's not even bad is the jawz logo and picture on the top of the frisbee faded away in the first few days of use.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Ryan on January 20, 2015
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This is now the 6th Jawz Hyperflite Frisbee I have purchased for my 90 lbs Pitbull. Myself nor my dog could be happier with these discs.
This is hands down the only Frisbee that has survived a considerable amount of time before needing to be replaced. It has never exploded in her mouth or cut her tongue and gums.

Now, is it indestructible? Absolutely not, toys are consumables and will need to be replaced dependent on the frequency in which your pet plays with it. If you are the owner of a large mouth dog like myself you can expect teeth marks and denting from the first time you use it. From there it is then a slow progression of more markings and it will eventually become misshaped. I do not let my dog use this disc as a chew toy but I assure you she is quite chompy. For every throw there is about a minute of gnawing on the disc before it is given back to me for another throw. We have yet to see any of the dics become cracked or have pieces missing which is imperative to the safety of their mouth. I like to replace the discs frequently due to the more misshaped they become the lesser the distance is in which they fly. Generally a disc used 3-5 times a week for 1 hour intervals will last about 2-3 months. A very small investment when considering how much stronger these are in comparison to the competitors discs.

The discs fly well and I can easily throw them 50-75 yards with little effort. It will take time to become proficient at your throws though.
They do not float.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By ForceTrainer on August 8, 2014
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I did quite a bit of research to find a frisbee that would hold up to the rigors of a Belgian Malinois' bite. There's a reason they are called maligators, and my Belgian has destroyed every plastic frisbee I've thrown his way in a single bite. After reading some of the reviews I decided to try this out. I have definitely not been disappointed.

The key to the Jawz disc is that it's a cross between a hard, plastic disc and floppy, rubbery disc. The compound that it is made out of gives it just enough flex and give that a hard bite when caught or thrashed around doesn't wind up shattering the disc. My mal has managed to get a few teeth marks into it, but thus far it has held up to several weeks of daily play and it still works very well.

The only real downside to the disc is that it is heavier than a standard, plastic disc, so it takes a little more oomph to get into the air, and it won't float lazily like a lighter, plastic disc. However, it flies much more like a standard disc than many of the super heavy, rubber discs.

Overall I think this strikes the perfect balance between the hard plastic and soft rubber discs. I'm able to get solid, straight flight (despite my general inability to throw a frisbee well), and my pup has yet to cause any significant damage to it. From my standpoint that makes this disc well worth it for anyone that has a dog with a heavier bite.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Brian Murray on February 12, 2015
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I've bought about 15-20 of these discs. They fly VERY nicely. They are a little pricey given that I've bought so many of them. This caused me to explore a set of other discs because these discs had become a monthly expense. In the end, this disc wins. There are more durable options, but those don't fly nearly as well.

These actually do pretty well with regard to durability. They do get marked up just from catching them (or at least they do in my case, with my pit/boxer mix). I've learned that if I let these marks accumulate they scratch his mouth and then he gets hell bent on getting even. He'll catch it and then take it some distance away where he pins it with a paw and then then tears it pretty easily.

My advice: Bring a little sheet of sandpaper. If you feel a raised edge due to one of the marks from an earlier catch, buff it out. Also, learn to recognize the cues that your catching buddy is planning disc homicide and sprint to him before he can put his paw in it.

I've been able to slow down my Jawz purchases with this helpful scheme.
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