Tuesday Tips: All the Ways to Use a Frisbee (Beyond Throwing)

But if you’re only using a disc as a plastic object to toss back and forth with a friend or teammate, you may be drastically (and tragically) under-appreciating its value.

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This list was compiled by Erin Phillips.

We all know the uses of the disc in ultimate. We can’t play the sport without it. But if you’re only using it as a plastic object to toss back and forth with a friend or teammate, you may be drastically (and tragically) under-appreciating its value.

So dust off that stack of fundraising discs you never sold in college. Here’s a list of myriad ways to use a frisbee beyond the ultimate field (or your basement).

Household

  • Basket

  • Bowl
  • Coaster

  • Cutting board

  • Cup
  • Fan
  • Furniture sliders

  • Lampshade
  • Pillow
  • Plate
  • Planter

 

Outdoor

  • Canvas
  • Fire stoker
  • Ice scraper
  • Paddle
  • Rain guard
  • Sled
  • Shovel
  • Shade
  • Sled
  • Stepping stone
  • Seat
  • Umbrella

Sports

  • Exercise slider
  • Frisbee

  • Racket
  • Skeet shooting target

Decor

  • Award/trophy

  • Art piece/wall decor

  • Clock (assembly required)
  • Ornament

  • Souvenir

Miscellaneous

  • Advertising tool

  • Bed pan
  • Cough protector
  • Drum pad
  • Drum
  • Dice rolling container
  • Instrument
  • Lid
  • Marker
  • Necklace
  • Paint palette
  • Taco bar
  • Writing surface

Survival

  • Floating serving device
  • Hiding spot/safe
  • Weapon

What uses did we miss? Let us know in the comments!

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    Meghan is an Ultiworld editor and a writer based out of Washington DC, where she plays for the club team DC Grit.

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