myFibo is a set of 4 Boomerangs made of premium cardboard convenient for indoor use.
The game is conceived for children (4 years+) and boomerang beginners of all ages.
The booklet provides additional interesting background information on the physics and the history
of the boomerang as well as on the art of the Aborigines. The boomerangs can be painted and
designed individually according to the example of Aborigine art.
- 2 boomerangs for beginners Ø 18cm (range 2-3m)
- 2 boomerangs for advanced Ø 15cm (range 4-5m)
- illustrated booklet with techniques, tricks &
Made in Leipzig, Germany
Hold the boomerang upright, grasping a wingtip between the thumb and forefinger. The print on the boomerang should face inwards (for left-handers outwards). Give it a
a thrust from the arm and the wrist so that it starts spinning rapidly!
It's important that your wrist is loose. Throw it slightly to the right (left-handers to the left). The boomerang automatically flies in a circle.
Advice: For the Kangaroo Boomerang you don't need a lot of force because it flies easily.
At the beginning, try to catch the boomerang between your flat hands. With some practice you can try to catch it between your fingertips. Be creative and catch it like an acrobat on or behind your back
Why does your boomerang return? Airflow and rotation complement one another. The folded ends of the wings serve as airfoil. The profile generates lift.
Because the boomerang does not fly horizontally like a plane, the lift does not work upwards but sidewards.
It is always the front wing in the flying direction that is deflected. The back spinning wing is deflected less. That is how your boomerang comes back to you!