Wednesday, May 13, 2015

Ultra Bright LED Frisbee Review (Tomoson)

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I received the Ultra-bright LED Frisbee Multi Colored Fiber-optic Array Illuminating Ultimate Flying Disc in exchange for honest review from Tomoson.

I wanted to review the disc for Kalen, who has sensory processing disorder. He loved the lights on the Frisbee. The lights can be turned on or off. If you flip the frisbee over, the battery compartment can be turned on or off to activate the lights. The frisbee uses two batteries to operate.

For fun, I would toss the frisbee to Kalen, with the lights on, and he will run and bring it back to me. His fine motor skills has improved over the past year. Previously he was not able to grasp most objects because his hand would turn in every direction, except the right direction. Since starting school, his grasp has improved and he is able to pick up the frisbee with no issues.

Now, the battery compartment is not fully secure. Kalen was able to remove the batteries. We still use the frisbee without the lights. (until I can find a way to secure the battery compartment without Kalen being able to remove the batteries). I did find the batteries near the edge of my bed and under the desk.

The frisbee is a great activity for the whole family.

The frisbee is currently unavailable on Amazon, but you can continue to check for availability to purchase.


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