Weight: 1 boomerang
Throw only in 150 ft. clear space. Never throw in wind or crowd. Never throw a torn or damaged boomerang. Throw overhand with spin. 30 degree right lean. Aim for ground 100 ft. ahead. Bend wingtips up for higher flights. Bend wingtips down for lower flights. Tuning an Aerobie Orbiter: The Aerobie Orbiter can be tuned to adjust its flight. Slightly bend all tips up for higher flights and down for lower ones. For optimal performance, tips should be bent 1/8 inch higher than the sides. For Best Results: Spin orbiter off your forefinger at eye level with 30 degrees of right lean. Aim at the ground 100 feet ahead. Flight Patterns: If you aim too high, orbiter lands to your left. Weak throw or not enough lean, or wings bent too low.
Age 13 and up. It really does come back! Does not float. The world's best boomerang! Easy to throw, incredibly easy to catch, a lot of fun. - Ben Ruhe (Captain of the US Boomerang Team and author of two best selling books on boomerangs). Unique two-piece construction features a soft rubber cushion for comfortable catches! A space age refinement of the aboriginal boomerang, it really does come back! CE listed. Made in USA.
Remember that any thrown object can cause injury. Throws deflected by the wind can become unpredictable, so do not throw in winds of more than 6 miles per hour. Throw only in a clear area (at least 150 feet in diameter) and never throw a modified or damaged orbiter.
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