Fun workout for large and small
I'll take it! Can you hear yourself shouting at it while chasing for the flying gadget through the garden? We've all experienced how the frisbee is sometimes faster than the body. It can be hard to grip, and you need to use your best ball skills when chasing after it.
That's why a frisbee is a perfect exercise tool that activates both large and small. It does not take up much space and can therefore be easily packed into your bag when you’re off to the beach on a hot summer day.
If you choose a model in plastic, it can even withstand water, so you can take it into water.
Great entertainment in the summer garden
The flying frisbee is even perfect entertainment for the hot summer days in the garden. In our range you will find many sizes and colours, so you have plenty of opportunities to choose a look that suits your preferences.
The bigger the model you choose, the easier it is to catch. Therefore, if the children are going to be involved, it is an advantage to choose a large variant, so that even the smallest can get pleasure from the toy.
Also bring along the fine entertainment when you're going to your summer cottage, abroad or visiting friends and family. The frisbee is always the subject of good laughs and fun experiences.
Walking the dog
Not all dogs are enthusiastic about balls, but a flying frisbee is always a success. In our range you can also find several opportunities to entertain the dog when you're out and about.
A frisbee isn't just a toy
If you think a frisbee is just a toy you can think again. It is also a professional piece of equipment that requires great precision to use.
Have you heard of ultimate? The international sport puts momentum centre stage and a frisbee specifically designed for this purpose is thrown. Here, design, weight and a wide range of other aspects are taken into account, allowing the thrower to throw the frisbee with great precision.
Of course we also offer the professional version on this page.
The Ultimate Sport
Your throwing technique sits in your wrist and your good eyesight needs to be mastered when you play ultimate. At the beginning, it can be difficult to figure out the demanding technique, but over time you will discover how to twist the frisbee in your hand.
A frisbee developed for ultimate is shaped in a material with great wear resistance, so the durability will be long. That means the sport can both be practised on asphalt, grass and sand.
However, it is best suited to practise this ultimate sport on grass or sand, as you often get to throw yourself after the frisbee to catch it. Consequently, a soft surface is clearly preferable if you want to avoid abrasions to your arms and legs.
Want to learn how to throw your frisbee safely to your fellow players? It takes practice and training to become a professional player - just as with any other sport.
To get off to a good start and learn the basic techniques, you can usefully practice throwing at short range to begin with. This way you can train your sights and your precision. Do you get a proper hit every time? As your throw becomes safer, you can increase the distance to the target.
You can throw at rings or other goals, but the most fun is to meet friends for an active workout. Together, you can run around after the frisbee and give each other great tips on how to develop your playing style and technique.