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This ToyShow Preview was last updated on 12/11/2007

Toobee International is the manufacturer of Toobee(R) the Amazing Flying Can.

Based near Milwaukee, WI, the company specializes in the development and marketing of fun-based toys and ideas.

Toobee is America's Green Toy: Made in the USA, environment-friendly, and 100% recyclable.

In keeping with Toobee's efforts to make a difference in society, 100% of all profits go to three children's charities.

The company is also home to the Toobee AirForce (TAF), whose mission is: "To fly Toobees around the world encouraging world peace by bringing people together." The TAF motto is: "Success comes in CANS."
Toobee
Flying Can
By design, Toobee is a cylindrical wing or annular airfoil. The Toobee pilot simply grips the can like a football and throws it, rounded edge forward, like an NFL long bomb. When thrown properly, Toobee will sail, soar, swoop and curve floating on air for distances almost the length of the football field. The patented high-tech aluminum airfoil is only .005 inches thick and weighs less than a marshmallow (3 grams). Its extreme lightness and specially rolled edges, make Toobee a toy that can be flown safely indoors or out. It can be tossed for distance, accuracy, fun or competition.

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Amaze your friends! Watch heads turn as it sails soars swoops and curves. Toss it for distance, accuracy for fun or competition. Already Toobee® has been flown over 283 feet (94 yards). That's just six yards short of a football field. More than just a toy, Toobee® is really a new sport...to be played alone, with the family, or with a group of friends. This aerodynamic wonder weighs less than a marshmallow, has no sharp edges, and can be flown safely indoors or out.

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This ToyShow Preview was last updated on 12/11/2007