This cotton T-shirt is the perfect way to let the world know you belong to the elite Toobee Air Force. The white shirt bears the Toobee mascot on the left breast or across the front of the shirt. It is available in youth sizes medium (10-12) and large (14-16) and adult sizes large and extra large. Like all Toobee products, the shirt includes 20 percent of profits donated to children’s charities. Launch date: November 22, 2005.
The Official Toobee Player’s Handbook has something for every Toobee player, from beginner to expert. It contains the history of Toobee, The Amazing Flying Can, and photos demonstrating technique for basic and advanced throws. The 52-page paperback also includes games and plenty of insider tips and how-to instructions for succeeding at and enjoying the Toobee. Like all Toobee products, the Player’s Handbook includes 20 percent of profits donated to children’s charities. Launch date: November 22, 2005.
Now, you can give the gift of membership to the Toobee fan in your life. Toobee The Amazing Flying Can is safe fun for all ages and can be played indoors and out. The kit includes a membership card, a membership certificate, three Toobees with a carrying case and a T-shirt. The membership kit also includes free shipping, and like all other Toobee products, includes 100 percent of profits donated to a children's charity, Cannedwater4kids. Launch date: November 22, 2005.
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. Toobee "helps children stay healthy while having fun," Gregory Stromberg, CEO of Toobee International Inc., told TDmonthly.