Chuckit Paraflight Review
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For the furry fetch loving dogs, having a good dog Frisbee is a must. In the old days, you would throw one of your old plastic Frisbee’s and call it good. The problem with that is the Frisbee would often get sharp edges from your dogs teeth that could cut your dogs mouth or your hands. Today, dog Frisbee’s are MUCH better!
The Chuckit Paraflight is a fabric based Frisbee that allows the Frisbee to be super flexible. When I think of a fabric Frisbee, I normally would think it would tear easy. I’ve tested out the Chuckit Paraflight for the past 3 months and as of today, it has held up great with no holes so far. Around the edge of the Paraflight, Chuckit uses a foam like material for flotation and a grippy rubber enabling a good grip for humans and dogs. This rubber along the outside perimeter of the Frisbee makes is super easy to throw. When the rubber gets slobbery by your dogs mouth, it is a little less easy to grip, but usually there is a section that is still dry when I throw it with my dogs. I have 2 Airedale Terrier’s and they don’t slobber much.
The flotation in the air of the Chuckit Paraflight is extremely good for such a light Frisbee. I can throw it up to 50 yards, or half of a football field. This I find to be a good distance for a light Frisbee. The Paraflight is good with direction too. When you through it, it doesn’t slice off to the left or right too much. Some Frisbee’s do this and I find it pretty annoying. By having good flotation in the air and a predictable direction, your dog has a better chance at catching the Frisbee in the air which is a huge plus for me. My dog feels super proud when he catches his Frisbee in the air.
Overall, I have been super happy with my Paraflight Frisbee and I would highly suggest this dog toy/Frisbee for dogs that love to fetch.