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The Moosejaw Disc is a round disc for throwing around camp. Or in your backyard. Toss it to a friend or to your puppy, or maybe use it to knock a can off its perch on that log. In a pinch you can eat off it, plate style. When the weather is just right, it's hard to say no to a little fun with this flying disc.
The Moosejaw Disc is the world's only Disc to see the peak of Mt. Rainier, Mt. Baker and the diag in Ann Arbor. The Disc is a perfect sphere and can be used to draw circles, as a plate, a hat or a dog bowl. If you like glitter you will love the Moosejaw Disc.
It is just cool to say you have a Disc.
If you are bad at throwing a Disc you should never play in front of a girl.
My dog can catch a thrown Disc about one in every eight tries.
I have never seen a clown work with Disc - I wonder why?
Rated 5 out of
I wanted the recycled frisbee but this one plays just as well.Hello there you! Let me tell you a story. I've been seeing this guy who totally loves to toss the disc, just like me. Unfortunately for him he lost his frisbee in the move from Florida back home. So I bought him a new glow in the dark Moosejaw frisbee, he LOVED it! We play every day now. Sadly my dogs who are totally awesome chewed up my frisbee so I went to buy a new one. I really really wanted the recycled kind, but they didn't have any in the store and I needed a frisbee RIGHT THEN so I also had to get a glow in the dark 'bee. = sad. However this glow in the dark frisbeen that I'm playing with is doing it's job just fine. Thanks for asking! Love it.
Date published: 2007-08-12
Rated 3 out of
Okay for casual foreplay....Not that i'm the greatest frisbee-er ever or anything but i wasnt extremely pleased with this frisbee. it's made by wham-o rather than discraft ( my personal fav in discs) and i could tell after a few throws. the control isnt that great in the wind, which wasnt too shocking since its not a heavyweight frisbee. it gets the job done though, and it says moosejaw so it makes it way better. the recycled material is a great concept but not the most durable, after a few throws it was scratched and nick'd up without even throwing on asphalt. if ya need something cool and cheap to add to your order a def good choice, but if you're planning a game of ultimate, may wanna look into some discrafts...
Date published: 2010-05-02
Rated 5 out of
now it is OK to throw plastic into the bushes...I was throwing my new recycled plastic Moosejaw frisbee disc with my younger brother in the street in front of our house, when my strength got the better of me. The Moosejaw disc is lighter than the 165 gram breed I was used to throwing on the ultimate field, so needless to say, when I tried to lead my brother onto the lawn of the local University's President's house... it flew further than I had expected. I don't know if recycled frisbees like white trucks with yellow lights and doors that read 'Campus Police,' or if being a Moosejaw product it has a wickedly mischievious soul, but lt. Armstrong did not show any signs of enjoyment when the frisbee struck his passenger-side mirror. Simila
Date published: 2007-02-27
Rated 5 out of
To choose a color, decide first what you are going to use the disc for.This is a very sweet disc. I bought it solely to play Polish Horseshoes. Have you ever played that game? If you haven't, you are missing out. Anyway, so I couldn't decide if I wanted the glow in the dark frisbee, or the recycled pretty one. So I opted for the recycled pretty one because I thought, who could play Polish Horseshoes in the dark? I mean, you could probabaly play frisbee, but you might hurt yourself playing Polish Horseshoes. So I received the disc and thought I'd take it out in the yard to see how it flew. Well my dog, who hates frisbees loved this one. He wanted to play fetch with it over and over, which he never does. So props to Moosejaw for creating a disc that even my dog c
Date published: 2007-06-11
Rated 5 out of
this disc gets 2 thumbs up... unless that is you dont have thumbs, then it gets 2 pinkies up!dearest moosejaw,<BR>I received my moosejaw disc last week. I was so happy when I came home & saw the package on my front steps that I giggled like a little school girl. Ironically, I was wearing my 'little school girl' outfit. Later that evening whilst out at the local pub, I ran into my UPS man (and yes, he indeed was wearing the brown shorts). He asked me how my frisbee was, I was shocked that out of ALL the packages he checks out daily, that he'd remember mine in particular. (Its not really THAT unusual because my UPS guy is also one of my friends) However, he did comment on the nifty packaging that my moosejaw disc came in.<BR>The moosejaw disc went out on it's maiden voyage this past w
Date published: 2006-06-15
Rated 4 out of
It glows, it floatsThe disc was great, until: <BR>Police Dog Successfully Brings Down Fugitive Frisbee<BR>COLUMBUS, OH—Columbus police commended the bravery and quick instincts of Dutch, an off-duty police dog, who pursued, apprehended, and retrieved a Glow-In-The-Dark Moosejaw Disc that temporarily escaped the grasp of a fellow officer during a department-wide summer cookout Sunday. "The flying disk spun out of my hands shortly after I took temporary custody of same from a fellow officer," said Sgt. Vincent Visceglia, who admitted that the wanted recreational device likely could have escaped into traffic if not for Dutch's fast actions. "Somehow Dutch knew that the UFO was a flight risk, so much so that he la
Date published: 2006-09-01
Rated 5 out of
Jerry D from
get one or you wil become an outcastthis disc is like nothing you've ever seen. i competed with this disc in high school swimming competitions and lost every time. this disc had a higher gpa than me in college and always had the cutest girlfriend. i've heard stories of this disc climbing barefoot in the swiss alps. doubles as a plate, bowl for humans and or dogs. if there is ever a nuclear holocaust, the only things left on the planet will be cockroaches, twinkies and this disc. in the nuclear-winter-aftermath, these discs will be used as currency. yes, you'd better stock up now.
Date published: 2005-11-08
Rated 5 out of
worlds coolest non-climbing entertainmentwe hiked one of these into "the gash" in Rocky Mountain National Park last year thinking that a bit of Alpine Frisbee at 11,000ft. would be fun.<BR><BR>between the 60 deg. ice, boulderfields and my partner nearly ralphing from altitude sickness i can unconditionally guarantee that this product is more suitable for lower elevations.<BR><BR>on non-technical terrain (parking lots, soccer fields, back yards) my glow in the dark disk has provided hours of apres alpanism enjoyment and has survived more than a little bit of shetland sheepdog abuse.