Aerobie Superdisc Ultra

The Larger, Heavier, Superdisc

The Superdisc Ultra’s 12 inch (30cm) diameter and proprietary spoiler rim produce exceptionally long, stable flights while its rubber edge provides a secure grip for soft catches.


  • Low profile design for long, accurate flights
  • Weighs 162 grams; heavier disc is more controllable in wind
  • Easy to throw well – ideal for all skill levels
  • Cushioned edge for secure grip and soft catches
  • Floats in water – take it to the beach
  • Large 12 inch (30cm) diameter
  • Recommended for ages 10 and up
  • Made in the U.S.A.

The long, accurate flights of the Superdisc Ultra are made possible by its advanced aerodynamic design which incorporates a proprietary spoiler rim with a rubber edge for soft catches. The original Superdisc became a favorite shortly after its debut because players of all skill levels could throw it well and enjoy its stable, accurate flights. The Superdisc Ultra was developed in response to Superdisc fans clamoring for a larger, heavier version.

The Superdisc Ultra’s rubber edge provides a great grip for strong throws. It also feels soft to catch and does not develop sharp scratches and burrs like a conventional hard plastic flying disc when it hits pavement and other hard objects. Available in yellow, red, blue, and green.

Pro Flying Ring: Reviews & Stories

“I love the Superdisc’s great grip and amazing accuracy. It sets a new standard for flying disc performance.”

~ Jim Herrick, former World Masters Flying Disc Champion, U.S. Open Flying Disc Champion and
World Ultimate Frisbee Champion

“I just want to say how wonderful the Superdisc is for children to use. I teach 6th grade in Abington, Pennsylvania and coach an after school Ultimate Frisbee club for 5th and 6th graders. Traditional 175 gram discs are too heavy and dangerous for my kids to use as are most other hard plastic discs available. A student gave me a Superdisc as a gift last year and we found it to be ideal. It is now the only disc we use. Thank you for your continuous innovation.”

~ Jeff Chou, Abington, PA, USA