Have fun throwing this "plastic flying disc with a commonly-used-yet-trademarked name" with your friends at the beach or in your backyard! Or play "plastic flying disc with a commonly-used-yet-trademarked name"-golf and have a beer! Your dog will love to catch this "plastic flying disc with a commonly-used-yet-trademarked name", though he may chew it up a bit!
These are 175-gram Ultra-Star™ discs, made by Discraft®.
I bought this disc thinking it would be a disc golf disc. I did some research on the brand and weight - but no such luck. This is a frisbee. An awesome frisbee, but not what I thought I was getting.
*Bell's Edit* - Frisbee® is a registered trademark and we can only call this a flying disc!
need to know the weight
Posted by James Drees on 8th Nov 2012
Frisbee throwers generally fall into two categories:
1. those that throw a disc once or twice a year, or perhaps to their dog on a sunny day.
2. those (of us) who play disc based games like ultimate, hotbox and disc golf, every week.
For the latter group, we need to know what the actual weight of your disc is. The weight you've posted here is the shipping weight. The desired weight of a disc is 175 grams.
Thought this info useful, as you might sell more discs. : )
*** These are 175 gram Ultra-Star discs. Thanks James! ***