USS Enterprise Frisbee With Entire Ship Attached

March 16, 2015

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That is not how you catch a frisbee, that is how you catch a baby.

This is the $25 Star Trek U.S.S. Enterprise Flying Disc (not actually a Frisbee, Frisbee is a name brand) available from ThinkGeek. It's a flying disk with a freely rotating saucer section, and a foam body that stabilizes and flies behind it. Pretty clever. *waving Frisbee* Go long! Longer! Even longer! LONGER! "You just want me to leave." Yes I do.

Keep going for a couple more pics and some videos of the disc in action.

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Thanks to Claire, who hit me in the head with an Aerobie flying disc at her last barbeque and now I have a stutter.

  • Stannis

    Please stop this madness. Star Trek still has some dignity left.

  • I prefer to play catch with a javelin.
    I get to throw first.

  • Jenness

    The child-like happiness in the face of the first picture is genius. You can hear his thoughts "My mom totally gets me. Best. Birthday. Gift. EVER! I LOVE YOU MOM!" *catches and then cradles it joyfully*

  • tim

    Funny how the word Frisbee can't be used, but Star Trek is free for the taking. Though I suppose that "flying disc that resembles a fictional spacecraft" has even less of a ring to it.

  • Keep it on the tabletop, nerds.

  • Tyguy

    That's pretty dumb.
    "Buy this quasi-frisbee that looks like the Enterprise, so that you can throw it (only) 8 feet away to your friend who looks like a girl who played an extra in a crappy prison/gang drama"
    The important thing here, is that the thing barely flies (which is what frisbees are supposed to do), so the thing is a novelty.

  • Superior_Joe

    "...so the thing is a novelty."

    Yup, just like an actual frisbee. Unless, wait, do you use yours to deliver mail or something?

  • Tyguy

    I use it for sport and fun

  • AtomicMountain

    Real geeks never play in the yard.

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