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Spinning Plate Toy

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  • Made in the USA: San Diego, CA
  • Instructions: With a whipping motion of the wrist, use the stick to begin spinning the plate inside the inner rim. Once up to speed the plate will level out and the stick can be held firm while plate spins in the center
  • Weight, size, and aerodynamic shape of the disc allows for long, balanced spins on the stick
  • Can be used indoors and outdoors
Materials
Plate: Recycled HDPE; Stick: Pine and stainless steel
Includes
One two-part stick, one disc, instructional manual
Ages
8+
Dimensions
Disc: 1.6" x 12" diameter; Stick: 15" x 0.4" diameter
Weight
1 lb

Reviews
4.5 avg. (3 reviews)


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Spinning Plate Toy

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Fun and colorful refresh of a classic skill toy · Master spinning, then try tricks
This plate spinning toy is an update of the classic that makes it easier for kids to master. A colorful disk spins on a wooden stick and once they get the hang of it, kids can try their hand at high-flying tricks, too.
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SpinFlyer

SpinFlyer Maker Randy Putland was tossing around a flying disc with his daughter when he recalled seeing plate spinning on TV as a kid. After telling his daughter about it she said, “I want to try!” Together they fashioned their first prototype.

This update of the classic plate spinning toy is kid-friendlier, and easier for little ones (and even bigger kids, like us) to master. Once they’ve got it down, kids can try their hand at high-flying tricks. It’s a simple but so fun way to play and build hand-eye coordination, too.