Aerobie Pro Blade Flying Disc Review
The Aerobie Pro Blade isn’t your everyday flying disc. The ring shape is a little bit squared off, and if you look closely at the bottom, there are subtle raised edges in the middle of each long end. Both of these design choices make the Pro Blade much more comfortable to hold and throw than a perfectly round and solid throwing disc. The ring shape is also great for mixing up your catching and throwing. You can spin it around like a chakram, or catch it through the middle with your arm! The traveling distance on the Aerobie Pro Blade is impressive. It requires very little strength in your throw to fly it a good distance. It also stays very steady in its arc, which makes catching even easier. If it starts to veer during your throws, bend it up or down depending on the leaning direction and your dominant hand.