Classic Slingshot Catch Game

By Djubi

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Djubi (joo-bee) is the slingshot toss game that makes classic catch seem underwhelming. Each racket has a deep net for catching and a hook on top to launch the included foam balls. Slip a ball’s latex loop over the hook then pull, point, and release to launch it up to 100 feet. Get your sling on at the park, pool, or beach.

  • Materials: Net/launcher: ABS plastic, rubber, and polyester; Slingshot balls: EVA foam and latex
  • Includes: Two classic sized launching nets & two slingshot balls
  • Features built-in slingshot hook and wide net design
  • Comfortable, ergonomic handle
  • Water-friendly and floats
  • Easy to use; balls launch over 100 feet
  • Great for the beach, backyard, park, and outdoors
  • Recommended for ages 8+
  • Made in China
  • Dimensions: Net (each): 16" x 7" x 1.25";
    Ball (each): 2" D
  • Weight: Net (each): 0.5 lb; Ball (each): 0.05 lb

To Go With Classic Slingshot Catch Game

12 Reviews (4.8 out of 5 Grommets)

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Great Fun!

6/24/2019 by Rick

Love this game. Can't wait to get it on the beach.


For camping

2/14/2019 by Patricia M

They seemed interested, yet to have tried it.


Such fun

7/25/2018 by Bev

Kids loved playing it. The sling shots really travels right over the fence into our neighbor's yard.


Best Game for ALL Ages

3/4/2017 by Fischer

Purchased a couple sets for summer camping--these are the best!! Literally the 5 year and the 80 year old could do it...great fun was had by all!! Will probably be ordering a couple more sets for this summer so even more can join in the fun!More > < Less


Teens Love It

1/13/2017 by Carol

My grandsons loved this gift. They played it indoors because the weather was so bad.They took it to a Christmas party and played it indoors there. Great game!More > < Less

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A game of catch—inspired by a flying squirrel.

About Djubi

Catch 2.0

This slingshot toss game was inspired by a kind of flying squirrel that glides across the sky and then lands in its mother’s pouch. It was named after an Aboriginal word for those creatures, too.

Each Djubi racket has a soft mesh net for catching the foam balls and a hook on top to launch them. Slip the ball’s latex loop over the hook then pull, point, and watch it fly as far as 100 feet.

Djubi (which has a silent “d”) feels both fresh and familiar. Take turns slinging or change it up and invent your own rules. When we tested it here we came up with a version called “Freeze Djubi” where you have to stay in the same place to catch and launch.

It’s like your classic game of catch, but 2.0.