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Aerobie Sport Review and #Giveaway
Being that my boys are obsessed with playing anything like Daddy does, I knew the next few products would be perfect motivation to get the boys outside. There has been a lot of time spent playing Xbox over this Summer because of broken bones and I want to get the kids offline and active anytime I can. So when Aerobie asked me to review a few of their awesome products for the Summer season, I knew we were in!
I was sent over the Aerobie® Rocket Football, Aerobie® Superdisc™, and the Aerobie® AeroSpin™ Yo-Yo to review. Dane is always trying to learn how to use a yo-yo as it can be a difficult task to master. The AeroSpin yo-yo has a patented soft grip which helps little hands get a hold of it easier when learning tricks as well as in case it happens to hit the ground, it easily bounces back up.
We were a bit disappointed in the yo-yo since it broke almost right away. They kids were able to play with it for only a few days when it broke apart and we lost one of the nuts to keep it together. I do have to say it was great while it lasted and Dane was even able to learn to use the yo-yo finally.
The Football can be indoors or out (although I'd recommend out). Designed with patented curved fins which help accelerate spiral actions. It is made of soft squeezable foam so little hands can catch as easily as an adult would. Unfortunately because Dane had broken his arm before this all arrived, he was unable to try the football himself.
However, Declan was able to have a blast running around learning to play catch with the football with Daddy and Uncle Brian! I was amazed at how easy of a time my four year old was having both throwing and catching this football!
The Superdisc is 10 inches in diameter, made from a soft rubber.
It is small enough and flexible enough that Declan can easily grab on to it and throw it with his big brother. These are supposed to be good for playing fetch with your dogs as well but we wouldn't dare let one of our chewers near this one as my guess is they would destroy it. I think this was a family favorite since it was easiest for all the kids to play with!
Available to purchase: On Amazon
Recommendation: These are fairly inexpensive toys with a lot of thought put into making them. The quality is well worth the purchase and the results are definitely something I think most anyone will be happy with when it comes to pricing. Our only disappointment was with the yo-yo and that could have honestly been one faulty product.
Giveaway: Aerobie is going to give one of A Lucky Ladybug's lucky readers an Aerobie Superdisc of their own!