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Hyper Disc is an oversized disc that can be filled up with either air or helium so that it floats effortlessly when launched into the air. The Hyper Disc can be thrown from one person to another like a frisbee or can be used alone to perform some awesome gravity defying tricks. There are various different designs on different themes. The toy can be used over any type of surface including grass, dirt, carpet, stairs and furniture. With no rigid edges it is also incredibly safe to use.

The Claim

The infomercial suggests that the Hyper Disc is a toy that will provide hours of fun for boys and girls of all ages. It can be used to throw and catch or to spin depending on how the child wants to play with it. The Hyper Disc is said to glide over any surface making it suitable for use both in the house and outside. Thanks to the construction it is safe to use in an enclosed space without worrying about damage to furnishings and fixtures. When watching the informercial, it appears as though the Hyper Disc is able to navigate over or around obstacles in its path.

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The cost of Hyper Disc is $14.99 plus $6.99 shipping, for a total price of $21.98.
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Features

  • 3 Fun Designs
  • The Hyper Disc is available in 3 fun styles to suit any taste. You can choose the Alien attack set which features alien head s and a cool spaceship design, or the Rainbow dots pack which has one pink / purple colour scheme then a green/ yellow one. Lastly, there is a funky Buzz Saw design.

  • Refillable Design
  • The Hyper Disc can be refilled whenever necessary using either air or helium. This allows for endless hours of fun.

  • Safe for Use Anywhere
  • Hyper Disc is a toy that can be used both in the house and outside. It is soft enough that it should just bounce off of any objects that it comes into contact with avoiding damage to your belongings.

Concerns

  • Could be Too Large
  • Even although the infomercial states that the Hyper Disc can be used both outdoors and also in the home, at 3 feet wide it may be a little large for use in an enclosed space. This could be particularly true in smaller homes and apartments.

  • Potential to Knock Things Over
  • While the Hyper Disc is supposed to be safe for indoor use since it should bounce off furniture and so on, it could knock over lighter free standing items like lamps and vases.

  • At Risk From High Winds
  • When used outside there is a danger of the toy being carried off by gusts of strong wind especially if used filled with helium. It is wise to avoid using it outdoors on windy days.

Alternatives

  • Frisbee
  • Frisbee is an alternative style of flying disc toy. However, it is made from plastic or rubber and is not suitable for using indoors.

  • Aerobie Superdisc
  • This is another type of flying disc style of toy. The Aerobie Superdisc has a ring design rather than being a flat disc.

  • Melissa & Doug Flying Disks
  • This flying disc toy is a hooped frame with a fabric covering making it a little safer than the plastic and rubber styles and thus best for younger children.

How it's Different from Competitors

The Hyper Disc is different from the alternatives mentioned above in a number of ways. Instead of being a solid toy constructed from rubber or plastic, the Hyper Disc is actually completely soft and is filled with air. It could be said that the Hyper Disc is a mix between a balloon and a frisbee. Another big difference is that it can be used indoors as many flying disc toys are not suitable for use in the house.

How to Use (Step by Step)

  1. Fill the Disc
  2. Simply fill the disc with air for outdoor use, or with helium for outdoor use.

  3. Throw the Disc
  4. Once the Hyper Disc has been filled it is ready to go and can be played with immediately. Simply throw the disc and watch it glide through the air.

  5. Master New Tricks
  6. Once you have gotten the hang of throwing the disc you can start learning some new tricks. Try spinning the disc, or flying it low to the ground so that you can jump over it.

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