DisClaimer Disc Retriever
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Ever got your disc stuck in a tree or dunked into a pond?
The DisClaimer disc retriever is designed to make your terrible throws a little less punishing.
Whether you shanked your disc into a patch of poison ivy, or used your internet distance to decide whether you should throw over the pond, the DisClaimer can help you get it back.*
- Retractable Steel Pole Extends to 16 Feet
- 18 1/2 inches When Collapsed
- Two Prong Disc Hook with Tacky Rubberized Coating
- Lightweight and Durable All Sturdy Steel Construction
How does the Disclaimer disc retriever work?
The DGA Disc Retriever is a retractable handheld pole with a two-prong hook at the end to grab your discs from hard-to-reach tough spots.
The DiscClaimer will reclaim your cherished disc from thick bush, water hazards, tall trees and hard-to-reach places quickly so you can keep aim at the basket's chains rather than hucking rocks at your disc in the tree, and as a bonus, you can keep your feet and clothes dry when your water shots come up short.
The DGA DiscClaimer disc retriever’s two steel hooks have a tacky rubberized coating that provides a more secure grip than a single hook design and the durable all stainless steel two hook design is easier to get into tight places than a large heavier mouse trap design. While the DiscClaimer disc retriever is compact and lightweight, its durable steel retractable pole extends your reach a full sixteen feet. The tacky rubberized hook coating is orange to better guide the submerged hooks when fishing out discs in the water and when trying to retrieve your disc high in the tree.
- Care Instructions -
- When you get dirt or water on the retriever, wipe it off with a clean towel.
- If the pole isn't extending smoothly, apply a dry lubricant.
- Be gentle with your DisClaimer, it also has feelings.
- Unintended Uses of the DisClaimer -
- Violently thrashing your DisClaimer back and forth in the bushes. It’s not their fault.
- Scratching that nagging back itch. It’s got your back but not like that.
- Fencing (either kind).
- Any other activity not involving a disc golf disc.
*DISCLAIMER DISC RETRIEVER DISCLAIMER
WE SAID IT “CAN” HELP YOU GET IT BACK.
Depending on just how bad or unlucky you are, it might be gone forever.