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Model: Rugbee
Size: 10 inches
Disc Color: Various
Lettering/Hot Stamp: Rugbee
Label/Sticker: The Original Rugbee. The World's First Flying Carpet
Date Introduced: 1970s
Number Produced:
Period of Manufacture:
Special Notes: Many versions found as they were used as premiums.
Contributor(s): Phil Kennedy

Created 1-Mar-18
Modified 29-Apr-21
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Perhaps you hadn't thought about it but not all flying discs are made of plastic. Before the invention of this wonderful material (by Leo Baekeland who came up with Bakelite in 1907) discs that were tossed were objects made out of many different kinds of materials and for many practical purposes. (See Antiques/Tins & Lids.)

In this category you will find flying discs that have reverted back to materials that were around before plastic (such as wood, bamboo, rubber, and natural fibers) as well as new materials created since plastic flying discs began to soar (such as foam rubber and Gore Tex).
Aerobie—Squidgie—Red—Pkg, FrontAerobie—Squidgie—Red—Pkg. BackBurger King—Flying Pickle—Olive Foam—Dark GreenBurger King—Glacial Glider—Green Foam—BlueCreative Technologies—Gore Tex Paclite—Blue, WhiteCreative Technologies—Gore Tex Paclite—BottomCrown Recreation—Flytus—Red, YellowCrown Recreation—Flytus—Red, Yellow—BackF.W. Woolworth—Flying Saucer—Inflatable Disc—Yellow, Red, BlueFuturistic Concepts Mfg—Flippy Flyer—Green, WhiteFuturistic Concepts Mfg—Flippy Flyer—Black, WhiteFuturistic Concepts Mfg—Flippy Flyer—Orange—WhiteFuturistic Concepts Mfg—Flippy Flyer—Package BackHallmark—Flying Saucer—Birthday card—Yellow, Red, Black, WhiteHot Items—Flapjack—Orange—BlackHot Items—Flapjack—Orange, Black—BottomHot Items—Flapjack—PackageHot Items—Flapjack—Package BackLost Harvest—Hemp Info Disc—Tan, BlueLost Harvest—Hemp Info Disc—Tan, Blue—Bottom