Hyperflite Jawz Disc


Puncture Resistant

The Jawz flying disc is the toughest and best-flying puncture-resistant disc ever made. The Jawz disc stands up to gnashing canine teeth better than any other competition disc and weighs in at a beefy 130 grams.

If Fido's plastic addiction is robbing you of your hard-earned dollars, the Jawz disc is for you. Although the Jawz disc is remarkably tough in normal canine play, it is not intended to be used as a chew toy. Available in translucent blue and orange.

  • Weight: 130g
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Had this been a normal flying disc, the scratching would have cut gouges right through it. The only damage to the Jawz disc was some lost printing. You have a real winner here. How long ago did you add this to the line? I guess I must not have been paying attention, the last new one I remember was the FrostBite disc. Speaking of which, before I took the Jawz disc out, I threw the FrostBite disc in the freezer. It was the only way I could think of to test it doing what it was meant to do since it's going to be quite a while before it gets that cold outside. I left it in for an hour, pulled it out and folded it in half...no damage. I'm going to do an article on the entire stable of K-10 disc's for RetrieverFun. I'll drop you an email when it goes up. (Several Days later)We're up to a hundred or so tosses and no sign of wear at all yet.—James Stevens, Editor RetrieverFun.com

I wish to comment on the Hyperflite K-10 Jawz flying disc. As a 2002 World Finalist I received a competitor's kit with samples of the various discs produced by Hyperflite. Included in this kit was a Jawz disc. I have a dog with an extremely "hard" mouth. Normally, with my dog, a typical flying disc will last 5 or 6 throws before it becomes unusable. When I first saw the Jawz my reaction was "This won't last with my dog." The Jawz disc seemed too soft and flexible to withstand the punishment of my hard-mouthed canine. I tossed it for my dog and when she returned it there was not a nick on it. I threw it 10 or 12 more times with no sign of wear. I was so impressed with the durability of the Jawz disc that I used it in each of my competition rounds at the World Championship (even though I had only received the disc that day!). Although the Jawz is a little heaver then a standard K-10, and its flight characteristics are slightly different, I was able to overcome these differences after only a few practice throws. I have used that same disc every day since the World Finals, and there are no holes or major nicks in it - just a few slight scuff marks on the rim. I would definitely recommend the Jawz disc to anyone who has a dog with a hard mouth.—Nyle "Swanee" Swainston, 2002 Skyhoundz Hyperflite Canine Disc World Finalist

We are ardent supporters of your new Jawz disc! We are still in shock over the lack of teeth marks on the disc; our heeler, Dingo, is very hard-mouthed. He feels it's his duty to catch and then "kill" the disc. The Jawz disc has even helped in his "drop" training; I suppose it's no fun to try to "kill" the indestructible disc! Standard discs are lucky to last one training session with Dingo, but the Jawz has lasted four weeks and counting. We also love the FrostBite disc! Living in Ohio, we experience cold winters and many cracked discs. But your FrostBite disc has made cold weather training less costly.—Tracy Custer, 2002 Skyhoundz Hyperflite Canine Disc World Finalist
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