We don’t sell the Aerobie 13 anymore, sorry!

We've suggested some alternatives below you might like:

We did once and we had fun. But we've moved on. These things happen. We've suggested some alternatives below you might like:

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As seen on garage roofs, stuck in trees, and disappearing over the garden wall since 1984, the Aerobie 13 is the world’s best-loved long distance flyer. Designed to have as little drag as possible, this lightweight flying ring has broken all previous Guinness World Records with a flight of over 400m.

Like the F1 car of Frisbees, it’s a must for any enthusiast. The responsive rubber design can be tweaked for optimum stability and performance. But let’s be honest, it’s far more fun in the hands of novices like us. Further back! No... keep going! Alright, here it comes! Oh... sorry! No you go and get it, I’ve got a bad knee.

Take it to the park and it’s a perfect way to tire out the kids (or enjoy a little childhood nostalgia). With the soft rubber finish it’s easy to throw and catch, and won’t cause too much mayhem if it goes a bit off course. S’cuse me, can I have me Frisbee back please?

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Product info

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Colours may vary

As seen on garage roofs, stuck in trees, and disappearing over the garden wall since 1984, the Aerobie 13 is the world’s best-loved long distance flyer. Designed to have as little drag as possible, this lightweight flying ring has broken all previous Guinness World Records with a flight of over 400m.

Like the F1 car of Frisbees, it’s a must for any enthusiast. The responsive rubber design can be tweaked for optimum stability and performance. But let’s be honest, it’s far more fun in the hands of novices like us. Further back! No... keep going! Alright, here it comes! Oh... sorry! No you go and get it, I’ve got a bad knee.

Take it to the park and it’s a perfect way to tire out the kids (or enjoy a little childhood nostalgia). With the soft rubber finish it’s easy to throw and catch, and won’t cause too much mayhem if it goes a bit off course. S’cuse me, can I have me Frisbee back please?