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Hyperflite Jawz Disc, 8-3/4-Inch, Blueberry

4.4
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Description

  • Puncture Resistant - Hyperflite's Jawz disc is the toughest and best-flying puncture-resistant disc that can stand up to gnashing canine teeth better than any other canine disc.
  • Competition Grade - Designed by world champions, capable of record-setting distance throws, also featuring Hyperflite's X Flash Anti-Glare Technology.
  • Professional Quality - State-of-the-art aerodynamics, hi-tech polymers and patented dual gripping surfaces. Hyperflite Jawz discs are made in the USA.
  • Not A Daily Use Toy - Although the Jawz disc is remarkably tough in normal canine play, it is not intended to be used as a chew toy. Jawz discs do not float in water.
  • Size & Weight - Hyperflite Jawz discs are 8.75" in diameter and approximately 145 grams, perfect size and weight for throwing.

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Customer Reviews

Indestructible and my gigantic idiot dog LOVES itI buy 4-5 products on Amazon per week but I very rarely leave a review (due in part to being busy and/or lazy...idk, pick one) but I decided to leave a review for this frisbee because I'm so impressed.I have a 120 pound German shepherd who is an absolute maniac for toys. But the problem is that he destroys any toy you give him within a day or two. I suppose that's a problem you'd have if you had teeth the size of his. Anyway, any time he brings a toy back to you during fetch, he makes you wrestle it away from him, resulting in a huge number of broken toys and sometimes a broken ego due to losing to a dog.The only toy I've found so far that can withstand this Godzilla-like destroyer of toys is this frisbee. He has played with this thing for at least 2-3 hours a day every day for two weeks and you literally couldn't tell aside from the painted-on logo getting scratched off by his fangs. Other than that, this frisbee is in like new condition.Seriously impressed. I'm going to buy more in case it ever gets lost at the beach or something (because it damn sure won't be from him destroying it). 5My favorite of the Hyperflite discs I ownMy favorite of the Hyperflite discs I own. The Competition Standard is easiest to throw in calm wind conditions, but it is very light and a little less durable (lots of tooth marks). The Jawz Hyperflex is super durable, but a little "floppy", and harder for me to throw accurately. This standard Jawz disc hits the sweet spot for me (and my dog). Easy to throw accurately, and it has held up almost unmarked for many hundreds of catches. I highly recommend getting one of each and finding out what works best for human and canine... 5Best Dog FrisbeeLike many I did tons of research looking online for a good dog frisbee. I was using just a normal wham-o 175g frisbee but I know that they are not good for dogs teeth but just haven't gotten around on finding a good fris. One day I was at walmart and there was some red frisbee with a hole in the center similar to an aerobie, it was fairly cheap so I bought it to try it out. My dog liked it, but it was junk, the thing would curve everytime you threw it. I went with this frisbee on the reviews I read and I couldn't be happier. My dog and I play everyday with this frisbee and there are no puncture holes in it at all. There is a sharp edge on the one side of it but I think it is from hitting off the tree or something. The only bad thing I have to say about it, and it's not even bad is the jawz logo and picture on the top of the frisbee faded away in the first few days of use. 5they are happy with them This brand is a bit heavier than some so has taken my husband some time to get used to throwing for our Catahoula. Now that they have both gotten used to it, they are happy with them. The texture is almost a thick rubber or flexible vinyl. It is flexible but firm, holding its shape well. My dog is a strong chewer, she has destroyed standard frisbees in just a few minutes. These are holding up nicely, with only minor indentations from her teeth.*9 months later: the disc only has a small tear where she has chewed, but it doesn't inhibit the flight. This brand is the ONLY one to survive the use she puts it through and survived being out in the weather. I will stick with it, as we easily would have gone through 15+ dollar frisbees in less than the span these have lasted. 5Best Dog Disc on the MarketI've been using this for about 9 months now. It's a great year around disc. Many discs get brittle and break in cold temperatures. This one stays the same no matter the temperature. I love the way it feels, the way it throws, the way it flies, and most importantly my dog loves to catch it! After 9 months and a variety of temperatures there are absolutely no signs of wear and tear on this disc. Incredible! i wanted to try some other brands to compare, so I bought two other reputable brand dog discs a few months ago and have been throwing all three of them. I've tried to like the other two as much as this one, but I just don't. The other two are also a little hard on my dog's mouth at times, especially in colder temperatures he'll sometimes get a bloody mouth from catching the other brands, but this one is always soft and gentle on his mouth. It is a little more expensive, but definitely worth it. I will be buying two more of these soon to replace the other brands that I bought. 5Myself nor my dog could be happier with these discsThis is now the 6th Jawz Hyperflite Frisbee I have purchased for my 90 lbs Pitbull. Myself nor my dog could be happier with these discs.This is hands down the only Frisbee that has survived a considerable amount of time before needing to be replaced. It has never exploded in her mouth or cut her tongue and gums.Now, is it indestructible? Absolutely not, toys are consumables and will need to be replaced dependent on the frequency in which your pet plays with it. If you are the owner of a large mouth dog like myself you can expect teeth marks and denting from the first time you use it. From there it is then a slow progression of more markings and it will eventually become misshaped. I do not let my dog use this disc as a chew toy but I assure you she is quite chompy. For every throw there is about a minute of gnawing on the disc before it is given back to me for another throw. We have yet to see any of the dics become cracked or have pieces missing which is imperative to the safety of their mouth. I like to replace the discs frequently due to the more misshaped they become the lesser the distance is in which they fly. Generally a disc used 3-5 times a week for 1 hour intervals will last about 2-3 months. A very small investment when considering how much stronger these are in comparison to the competitors discs.The discs fly well and I can easily throw them 50-75 yards with little effort. It will take time to become proficient at your throws though.They do not float. 5We learn as we throw.Edited..... Forth time ordering this disc. It is definately worth the money. Great to throw and great for him to catch. I've added just one photo because I think it says it best.WE LEARN AS WE THROWI have just placed my forth order for the Hyperflight Jawz Ultra tough.Since this is my forth review of the Hyperflight Jawz Ultra, I want to share some of the things that Max and I have learned.To those of you who are veterans of the sport, the Hyperflight Jaws Ultra Tough is my disk of choice. It flys very nicely and has withstood the Max test. I'll continue to buy them until I find something better and as affordable. No disc that flys as well and holds up to a big dogs punishing chew, and is as affordable as the Hyperflight has been in Max's mouth yet.IF YOU ARE RELATIVELY NEW to the sport, or just curious then let me share my views with you.NO DISK LASTS FOREVER under the kind of punishment a big dog can give it, unless it is made of steel, thereby rendering it uselessas far as flying and dangerous for the poor dog to catch.IF YOU ARE LIKE ME then you are serious about safety and performance. Safe for your dog, durable and good flying, and affordable is the goal.SAFETY FIRST. Inspect your disk before throwing. Look for any kind of cracks or missing pieces of the disk. Look for any kind of puncture or edge that might poke or cut your dog's mouth. A set of nail clippers and some 180 grit sand paper is great for cleaning up any kind of small burr or dangerous jagged edge. Clean any sanding particles off before throwing to your best buddy .INSPECT THE DISK FOR DAMAGE THEN WASH, THEN RINSE THROUGHLY AFTER EVERY OUTTING.ALWAYS WATCH YOUR DOGS MOUTH FOR ANY BLOOD THAT MIGHT APPEAR. STOP THROWING UNTIL THE BLEEDING HAS STOPPED AND THE CAUSE FOUND. IF THE CAUSE IS FOUND TO BE THE DISK, FIX IT OR DISCARD IT.WIDE OPEN SPACES. Your dog will be running full speed and if he bumps into a house or tree or anything stationary, he might sustain serious injury.WHAT? YOU CANT THROW VERY WELL? Stop worrying about how good you throw. Your dog is going to love you for even crummy throws. Guess what? If you and he are new to this, then he probably can't catch so good. The more you and he practice the better you'll become. Google "how to throw a frisbee" if you have no idea. REMEMBER; A good short catchable throw is way better than a long bomb that he can't catch. 25 to 30 paces is plenty good. If your dog can't catch up to it and get under it, then you probably need to shorten the distance.MORE IMPORTANT THAN HOW YOU THROW IS HOW YOU PRAISE YOUR DOG FOR EVERY EFFORT HE MAKES TO RETRIVE THE DISK. WHETHER HE CATCHES IT IN MID AIR OR PICKS IT UP FROM THE GROUND, PRAISE PRAISE PRAISE AND THROW IN A HUG! Give lots of dog treats and always have a collapsible bowl and water for him.NO WHEN TO REST HIM. After throwing for awhile, watch his breathing/panting. Recognize the difference between out of breath and panting. If he lays down, don't throw. He is probably tired and needs to rest. If he drops the disk and looks around, he is probably tired. IMPORTANT... sit down next to him, or, you sit first and invite him to rest. He might continue to fuss the first couple of times but he will start to understand that if you're sitting, he too can sit. Getting him OUT of that anxious state of alert and ready to chase the frisbee will help him to rest and recover sooner.MORE THAN ONE FRISBEE!! ... You will need more than one frisbee. Getting him to give up the frisbee after retrieving it is hard. Be ready to throw another frisbee as soon as he drops one. Whatever it takes, no matter how long it takes, don't throw until he drops the one in his mouth. You can offer a ball, a stick, a treat whatever it takes to get him to drop the frisbee. He cannot catch with something in his mouth. RELEASE or DROP.... a single word command is best. GOOD BOY! when he capitulates. Always praise praise praise.I have added one photo of Max in his little pool. He overheats quickly and this is a cheap but very effective way of cooling him off and he loves it.Regular practice (several times a week) will soon begin to show signs of progress. Then, one day your dog will chase the disk and leap into the air and catch it, and trot proudly back to you...Good luck! 5BEST FRISBEE YOU'LL EVER HAVE!Okay, I was a little sceptical ordering such a expensive frisbee. Because I have a German Shepherd who breaks frisbees in about 5 throws. But I ve been searching for a frisbee that would last for almost 2 years now. THIS FRISBEE WILL NOT DISAPPOINT YOU! I m SO HAPPY I spent the money on this my boy can finally play frisbee for as long as his heart desires with out being disappointed in 5 throws. We ve had this frisbee for 2 weeks now we play everyday 3 times a day for about 15/20 minutes. And it s still in perfect condition! Not even a tooth mark! I m not sure about letting them chew on it I ve read previous reviews that as long as you don t let them chew on it this will last. So I don t let my German Shepherd chew on it. But I would recommend this frisbee to ANYONE! I plan on buying more in the future! 5Lasting Extraordinarily Well!!!!I'm writing this review after only using this disc twice. That's because with a standard 180g disc, my dog usually has teeth marks all over it. With the standard "dog-frisbee", they may wear well, but they are generally undersized and don't fly very far. This does not go quite as far as a standard 180g disc. But, it goes about 3/4 the distance. Also, it flies very true. And, after 2 uses, there isn't a single tooth mark!! I really didn't think I'd ever find such a perfect disc. Not only was I spending way too much on buying over 1 disc per week, I feel better about less wasting with a disc that will last like the Jawz. 5A perfect balance between hard plastic and soft rubber discsI did quite a bit of research to find a frisbee that would hold up to the rigors of a Belgian Malinois' bite. There's a reason they are called maligators, and my Belgian has destroyed every plastic frisbee I've thrown his way in a single bite. After reading some of the reviews I decided to try this out. I have definitely not been disappointed.The key to the Jawz disc is that it's a cross between a hard, plastic disc and floppy, rubbery disc. The compound that it is made out of gives it just enough flex and give that a hard bite when caught or thrashed around doesn't wind up shattering the disc. My mal has managed to get a few teeth marks into it, but thus far it has held up to several weeks of daily play and it still works very well.The only real downside to the disc is that it is heavier than a standard, plastic disc, so it takes a little more oomph to get into the air, and it won't float lazily like a lighter, plastic disc. However, it flies much more like a standard disc than many of the super heavy, rubber discs.Overall I think this strikes the perfect balance between the hard plastic and soft rubber discs. I'm able to get solid, straight flight (despite my general inability to throw a frisbee well), and my pup has yet to cause any significant damage to it. From my standpoint that makes this disc well worth it for anyone that has a dog with a heavier bite. 5
Hyperflite Jawz Disc, 8-3/4-Inch, Blueberry

Hyperflite Jawz Disc, 8-3/4-Inch, Blueberry

4.4
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.
Regular price
HK$ 424.00
Sale price
HK$ 424.00
Regular price
HK$ 700.00
Sold out
Unit price
per 
Save 39% (HK$ 276.00)