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The Wizbee (Water Frisbee) Water disc toy

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The Wizbee is a water disc toy that has a utility patent and is ready for production. We have prototypes available and are open to licensing, partnerships, and a buyout.

Here is the story of how the Wizbee came to be.

A buddy and I were swimming when I grabbed a small paddle from a toy that was laying around the pool. I grabbed it to see if I could swim any faster by using it, but… it broke. The handle snapped right off after the first couple strokes. Now you might be thinking, funs over, right? Nope! I threw it towards him and to my surprise, it skipped across the water better than any of the best rocks skipped across the pond (I live in Oklahoma).

It’s like a rock that skips across the water but it’s 100 times better and it floats! That’s what I tell my friends and they agree.

After many years we have been granted a Utility Patent # 9,039,479 B1 and would like to find the perfect company/person to work with to get this into the hands of every person that loves having hours of fun in the pool, lake and other bodies of water. We call it “The Wizbee” (Water Frisbee).

It is a water disc toy that skips effortlessly across the water between users, similar to how a frisbee fly’s through the air, but the Wizbee’s accuracy is easier to control.

Some patent details.

A water disc toy comprises an upper platter, a lower platter, and a plurality of supports. Both the upper platter and the lower platter comprise a plastic structure with a flat or even slightly convex outer surface which facilitates skipping the device across a water surface. The upper and lower platter are interconnected with the plurality of integral supports. Each support comprises a small cylindrical plastic structure. The area between the upper platter, the lower platter, and the supports is filled with a lightweight foam material which allows the entire device to float in water.

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