Flickerz Trick Shot Net

By Jungo Toys

$19.95 More on the way

Details

Perfect your finger-flicking skills and work on your shots with this adjustable net. Flick the mini flying discs over obstacles, shoot for a distance record, or use it as a mini game net, inside or outdoors. The bendy legs set up wherever you like, turning any room into a game room.

  • Materials: Discs & Tripod: 100% plastic; Netting: 100% nylon
  • Contains: 3 Flickerz Discs, 1 Trick Shot Net with tripod mount, and 1 Flickerz Sticker
  • Portable target net with bendable legs
  • Flexible tripod mount is detachable for extra portability
  • Can be set up almost anywhere, indoors or outdoors
  • Rubber rings & feet provide gripping power for stability
  • Compete for best distance, accuracy, and/or best skills
  • Flickerz can fly over 70 feet
  • Recommended for ages 8+
  • Flickerz are Made in the USA: Los Angeles, CA; Shot Net is made in China
  • Glow-in-the-Dark Flickerz available (sold separately)
  • Dimensions: Each Flickerz: 1.6" D x 0.4" H; Net Body: 12" x 5.4" x 1"; Adjustable Legs: 5"; Net: 4" D x 6.5"
  • Weight: 0.2 lb.

To Go With Flickerz Trick Shot Net

3 Reviews (4.7 out of 5 Grommets)

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5

A Hit for Tweens

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Tweens and early teens are so hard to buy for. My grandson loved this for Christmas! Cool toy!

5

The net is the real genius.

by

We enjoyed the Plastic disks, but once you set up the stand anywhere nets, the field of what you can shoot into them widens. We found a gizmo that shoot bottle caps and this net was perfect. You just have to watch what you use for a backstop behind the net.More > < Less

4

flickerz is fun

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It was a little difficult at first but when my grandchildren showed me how to play i enjoyed it.

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Can you flick to make this disc fly?

About Jungo Toys

Fly Anywhere

Kids of all ages—even dorm and cubicle dwellers—can get hooked playing Flickerz. Flick the mini flying discs into the net to score points, or practice trick shots to increase distance and accuracy.

Place the disc between your thumb and middle finger, and make like you’re snapping your fingers. Once you’ve mastered the flick, you can work on target practice or create your own games.

For Founders Mike and Tom, inspiration first struck many years ago. Most of us, as kids, were told not to play ball in the house. But Mike and Tom were banned from playing Frisbee™. Since then, they’ve been working on a mini flying disc game that’s safe to play indoors, and can easily move outside, too.

Whether you want to get competitive with some friends, or “attack” your office mates, give it a spin—or rather, a flick.