Mini Flying Saucers
I bought these for my girls 2nd birthday party as part of the carnival theme, they are great, can't wait for the party next month am so sure they will be a great hit with the guests! Im going to put the carnival stickers on them, and put some in the treat boxes the rest as part of the games.
March 29, 2011
We buy these mini Frisbees for our school when we go to events in the community. Our local printing company makes some round stickers with our name, address and logo on them. They make inexpensive and great gifts for children for advertising purposes. We hand them out at the mall at Halloween and throw them from our float at the Whaling Days parade in our area.
September 5, 2013
Flying Saucers Won't Fly
These flying saucers will not fly. They flip upside down almost immediately after leaving your hand and impossible to make them go straight. I believe most kids would become quickly frustrated with these.
October 27, 2011
These were great prizes druing our VBS program.
August 8, 2011
The ones were in great condition: none were bent or anything.
Clarification: these saucers are made out of hard plastic, like regular frisbees. I thought they were the ones made out of jelly silicone (like jelly bracelets), but still, even though I was surprised, the disks worked!
They can fly!
December 3, 2010
This worked good for the favor bags...the kids loved them....we had a Toy Story theme birthday party...we bought Toy Story stickers and put them on the disk.
July 13, 2010
very good for the price
very good product for the price the local dollar stores sells 3 for $1.00. So do the math, this is an awsome deal. You can also use a c/d label, which can be printed on any computer to customize them to match any theme you have.
March 13, 2010
These saucers are a lot smaller than I anticipated but are going to work great for my VBS prizes.
February 25, 2010
Each batch different quality
I ordered these in two different orders about a month apart. The first batch was perfect with no over hangs or sharp edges and very bright colors. The second order did not compare and would not be usable as is with children because of the sharp bumps. OT was willing to replace the bad batch.
October 27, 2009
These little "flyers" were handouts at a National Youth Gathering of tens of thousands of young people. The price allowed us to be more generous than we would've been able to be with higher priced items. The quality is equal to the price - you buy cheap don't expect first rate products.
October 12, 2009