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Hansīs Disc White Red €14,50

A disc with your own name on it. How cool is that? But printing discs is expensive, because of the high costs of making a hotplate. People who are called Hans are lucky, because a Hans works with us and has these discs printed for use in his frisbeeclinics anyway.

This disc is officially opproved bij the UPA and WFDF for ultimate frisbee, and we can always delivered out of stock.

This disc is approved by the Ultimate Players Association, and therefore by WFDF. All ultimate discs for adults are 175 gram and have the same dimensions. It is simply the best shape and form for throwing and catching for everyone aged 12 or older. If you are younger than 12 years of age, please check the junior frisbees section.

We can also custom print these discs for you and your team. Minimum order: 100 pieces. Delivery time is a minimum of 8 weeks. Price for custom printing depends on the number of discs ordered, delivery time and number of colors in the print.

Size26,5 cm
Weight175 gram
Floats in waterYes

This product was added to our catalog on Tuesday 07 April, 2015.
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