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Hela Disc

Maker - William DiMotta

Hela Disc
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Aerodynamic Upgrade

Upgrade your game with Hela Disc, the first flying disc that changes shape during flight to fly faster and farther.

The original flying discs were actually Frisbie Brand pie tins. College students found they could toss the tins long distances (which presumably encouraged more pie eating). Since then flying discs haven't seen much innovation.

Cut to Bill Cowles and Will DiMotta, who engineered a disc that breaks the traditional mold. The Hela Disc uses FlexFoil technology, which lets the disc shift its shape and lift mid-flight. An oval with weight focused on the two ends, the disc’s natural centripetal force makes it compress and fly true, even in high winds.

With these ingenious advances, the Hela Disc launches an old favorite into the modern age.

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Discovered 11/7/2014

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Discovered 11/7/2014

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Unfortunately, products from this maker are no longer available on our site.

Small Business Support

Maker Story

Aerodynamic Upgrade

Upgrade your game with Hela Disc, the first flying disc that changes shape during flight to fly faster and farther.

The original flying discs were actually Frisbie Brand pie tins. College students found they could toss the tins long distances (which presumably encouraged more pie eating). Since then flying discs haven't seen much innovation.

Cut to Bill Cowles and Will DiMotta, who engineered a disc that breaks the traditional mold. The Hela Disc uses FlexFoil technology, which lets the disc shift its shape and lift mid-flight. An oval with weight focused on the two ends, the disc’s natural centripetal force makes it compress and fly true, even in high winds.

With these ingenious advances, the Hela Disc launches an old favorite into the modern age.