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- Aerobie 30R24 Orbiter Boom
- Product : Pnk/Org/Yllw
- Manufactured by Aerobie
- High performance boomerang designed to be thrown and caught
- Flies out about 90 feet-then really does come back
- Soft rubber edges for comfortable catches
- Patented high performance design
- Single Unit
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High performance boomerang flies a 90 foot diameter circle and comes back soft rubber edges for comfortable throws + catches bright colors easierto see, triangle shape easier to catch patenteddesign for unsurpassed performance made in the u. S. A. Colors: orange, yellow, magenta
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I took a star off for durability. They have had it one day and the silicone corner is separating from the frame but it still works perfectly. I guess I didn't expect it would last forever but I was not expecting that to happen so quickly. Still works perfectly and no more separation has happened since then. Maybe it was just a fluke. This toy is so fun. We spend hours throwing it and chasing it down. It takes some figuring out but that is all part of the fun.
There are many knock-off Aerobie products and they mostly fly like crap. The genuine orbiter is a great toy. When tuned properly it will fly and return very well. It is soft and mostly harmless to the young and old alike. It is fairly ambidextrous and easy to get a reasonable flight out of. Generally, it is a great entry-level boomerang, and a lot of fun. I personally don't like it as much as harder 'rangs, they tend to hold a tune better and are more reliable, but also much more painful to catch improperly or for an innocent bystander to take to the back of the head.
Funny story: A little 7 or 8 year old kid came over to us while we were failing miserably trying to make this work. He asked us what we were doing and what this weird thing was that we were throwing around. We told him what it was, and how it should work... this little guy took it, threw it, and it worked perfectly! I guess we are just over analyzing it or something??
The boomerang was packed in a small box (from Amazon) and one of the tips was bent and since is rubber it took a while to straight it up. At the beginning the boomerang sometimes did U-turns, landing several feet to my left hand side, other times it just hit the ground flying in a straight line. My wife was laughing and telling me to return it. I didn't want to give up and I took it to the park the next day and I saw a guy with several boomerangs (not Aerobie boomerangs). I asked him if he can figure how to make the Aerobie boomerang flying back. After throwing it a few times the boomerang did the same, U-turns only. Then he took a look at it and bent the front part (thin part) of the tips up, threw it in a "2 o'clock" position and in the first try, the boomerang came back to his hands. I did the same thing and after a few throws it came back to my hands.
The Aerobie boomerang really flies back to you but it takes patience and practice. I really like it. BTW, if you are not used to throw boomerangs you might end up with some minor muscle soreness in your neck, shoulder, etc, just normal minor pain of doing movements that you are not used to.