BOOMERANGS ONE MADE WITH PASSION

ONE Boomerangs

Made with passion

Australian made

boomerangs

Learning to throw boomerangs can at first appear challenging but with a little bit of practice it will soon become second nature.  The following instructions will help you greatly. Here are some tips that will really help: Spin is most important, not brute strength, in order to get a great spin i is important to get the throwing action right.  If you can imagine that you are cracking a whip then you will be pretty close to the throwing action, it isn’t a follow through, its more of a sudden stop to impart maximum spin. When holding the boomerang don’t grab it with the whole hand, a pinch grip is best, see diagrams> Never throw your boomerang flat, this is really important as it will fly very high then stall and fly out of control and crash. Bellow are a set of diagrams with the best way to hold your boomerang and the best angle for starting. please note there are right handed and left handed instructions , left handers throw clockwise and right handers throw counter clockwise.  Scroll down the page for for the left handed instructions. I have made these instructions downloadable too, click the links here: Right Hand Throwing Instructions Left Hand Throwing Instructions
YOU
WIND DIRECTION
RIGHT HAND THROW
It is important to throw your boomerang in the correct direction in relation to the wind, a good starting point is 45 degrees off the wind, in stronger wind conditions you will need to throw further off the wind. If your boomerang comes back to far to the left your next throw should be more to the right, and if your boomerang comes back too far to the right your next throw should be more to the left, try a few degrees at a time.
DIRECTION OF THROW
    HOW TO THROW
THE GRIP
Make your hand into the shape of a fist then open your thumb to insert the boomerang. This grip is all that is required to impart maximum spin.
This is a good angle to start  with when throwing your boomerang for the first time.  
This angle is used in very light wind conditions where the wind is very minimal, It will be easier for your boomerang to make a full return.  
This angle shouldn’t be used ever, your boomerang will fly very high and surely crash and  possibly break.
THE ANGLE
TUNING
Twisting the wings of your boomerang is a great way to alter the flight path and performance to a way that suits you best, just remember that a little goes a long way, only subtle twisting  is required, wild twisting could result in breakage. Lead Wing twist: A positive twist will decrease the distance and increase the altitude, a negative twist will increase the distance and decrease the altitude. Trailing wing twist: A positive twist will decrease the distance and decrease the altitude, a negative twist will increase the distance and increase the altitude. Dihedral: If you want your boomerang to fly higher then you will need to bend the wing up, this can be done with one or more wings. Anhedral: If you want your boomerang to fly lower then you will need to bend the wing down, this can be done with one or more wings.
POSITIVE TWIST POSITIVE TWIST NEGATIVE TWIST NEGATIVE TWIST
LEAD WING
TRAILING WING
ANHEDRAL (Bend Down)
DIHEDRAL (Bend Up) DIHEDRAL (Bend Up)
ANHEDRAL (Bend Down)
Right Handed Instructions
    HOW TO THROW
YOU
WIND DIRECTION
LEFT HAND THROW
It is important to throw your boomerang in the correct direction in relation to the wind, a good starting point is 45 degrees off the wind, in stronger wind conditions you will need to throw further off the wind. If your boomerang comes back to far to the left your next throw should be more to the right, and if your boomerang comes back too far to the right your next throw should be more to the left, try a few degrees at a time.
DIRECTION OF THROW
THE GRIP
Make your hand into the shape of a fist then open your thumb to insert the boomerang. This grip is all that is required to impart maximum spin.
This is a good angle to start  with when throwing your boomerang for the first time.  
This angle is used in very light wind conditions where the wind is very minimal, It will be easier for your boomerang to make a full return.  
This angle shouldn’t be used ever, your boomerang will fly very high and surely crash and  possibly break.
THE ANGLE
TUNING
Twisting the wings of your boomerang is a great way to alter the flight path and performance to a way that suits you best, just remember that a little goes a long way, only subtle twisting  is required, wild twisting could result in breakage. Lead wing twist: A positive twist will decrease the distance and increase the altitude, a negative twist will increase the distance and decrease the altitude. Trailing wing twist: A positive twist will decrease the distance and decrease the altitude, a negative twist will increase the distance and increase the altitude. Dihedral: If you want your boomerang to fly higher then you will need to bend the wing up, this can be done with one or more wings. Anhedral: If you want your boomerang to fly lower then you will need to bend the wing down, this can be done with one or more wings.
NEGATIVE TWIST                                                      POSITIVE TWIST
LEAD WING
TRAILING WING
ANHEDRAL (Bend Down)
DIHEDRAL (Bend Up) DIHEDRAL (Bend Up)
ANHEDRAL (Bend Down)
NEGATIVE TWIST                                                      POSITIVE TWIST
Left Handed Instructions
BOOMERANGS ONE MADE WITH PASSION

ONE Boomerangs

Made with passion

Australian made

boomerangs

Learning to throw boomerangs can at first appear challenging but with a little bit of practice it will soon become second nature. The following instructions will help you greatly. Here are some tips that will really help: Spin is most important, not brute strength, in order to get a great spin i is important to get the throwing action right.  If you can imagine that you are cracking a whip then you will be pretty close to the throwing action, it isn’t a follow through, its more of a sudden stop to impart maximum spin. When holding the boomerang don’t grab it with the whole hand, a pinch grip is best, see diagrams. Never throw your boomerang flat, this is really important as it will fly very high then stall and fly out of control and crash. Bellow are a set of diagrams with the best way to hold your boomerang and the best angle for starting. please note there are right handed and left handed instructions , left handers throw clockwise and right handers throw counter clockwise.  Scroll down the page for for the left handed instructions. I have made these instructions downloadable too, click the links here: Right Hand Throwing Instructions Left Hand Throwing Instructions
YOU
WIND DIRECTION
RIGHT HAND THROW
It is important to throw your boomerang in the correct direction in relation to the wind, a good starting point is 45 degrees off the wind, in stronger wind conditions you will need to throw further off the wind. If your boomerang comes back to far to the left your next throw should be more to the right, and if your boomerang comes back too far to the right your next throw should be more to the left, try a few degrees at a time.
DIRECTION OF THROW
    HOW TO THROW
THE GRIP
Make your hand into the shape of a fist then open your thumb to insert the boomerang. This grip is all that is required to impart maximum spin.
This is a good angle to start  with when throwing your boomerang for the first time.  
This angle is used in very light wind conditions where the wind is very minimal, It will be easier for your boomerang to make a full return.  
This angle shouldn’t be used ever, your boomerang will fly very high and surely crash and  possibly break.
THE ANGLE
Twisting the wings of your boomerang is a great way to alter the flight path and performance to a way that suits you best, just remember that a little goes a long way, only subtle twisting  is required, wild twisting could result in breakage. Lead Wing twist: A positive twist will decrease the distance and increase the altitude, a negative twist will increase the distance and decrease the altitude. Trailing wing twist: A positive twist will decrease the distance and decrease the altitude, a negative twist will increase the distance and increase the altitude. Dihedral: If you want your boomerang to fly higher then you will need to bend the wing up, this can be done with one or more wings. Anhedral: If you want your boomerang to fly lower then you will need to bend the wing down, this can be done with one or more wings.
TUNING
POSITIVE TWIST POSITIVE TWIST NEGATIVE TWIST NEGATIVE TWIST
LEAD WING
TRAILING WING
ANHEDRAL (Bend Down)
DIHEDRAL (Bend Up) DIHEDRAL (Bend Up)
ANHEDRAL (Bend Down)
Right Handed Instructions
    HOW TO THROW
YOU
WIND DIRECTION
LEFT HAND THROW
It is important to throw your boomerang in the correct direction in relation to the wind, a good starting point is 45 degrees off the wind, in stronger wind conditions you will need to throw further off the wind. If your boomerang comes back to far to the left your next throw should be more to the right, and if your boomerang comes back too far to the right your next throw should be more to the left, try a few degrees at a time.
DIRECTION OF THROW
THE GRIP
Make your hand into the shape of a fist then open your thumb to insert the boomerang. This grip is all that is required to impart maximum spin.
This is a good angle to start  with when throwing your boomerang for the first time.  
This angle is used in very light wind conditions where the wind is very minimal, It will be easier for your boomerang to make a full return.  
This angle shouldn’t be used ever, your boomerang will fly very high and surely crash and  possibly break.
THE ANGLE
TUNING
Twisting the wings of your boomerang is a great way to alter the flight path and performance to a way that suits you best, just remember that a little goes a long way, only subtle twisting  is required, wild twisting could result in breakage. Lead wing twist: A positive twist will decrease the distance and increase the altitude, a negative twist will increase the distance and decrease the altitude. Trailing wing twist: A positive twist will decrease the distance and decrease the altitude, a negative twist will increase the distance and increase the altitude. Dihedral: If you want your boomerang to fly higher then you will need to bend the wing up, this can be done with one or more wings. Anhedral: If you want your boomerang to fly lower then you will need to bend the wing down, this can be done with one or more wings.
NEGATIVE TWIST                                                      POSITIVE TWIST
LEAD WING
TRAILING WING
ANHEDRAL (Bend Down)
DIHEDRAL (Bend Up) DIHEDRAL (Bend Up)
ANHEDRAL (Bend Down)
NEGATIVE TWIST                                                      POSITIVE TWIST
Left Handed Instructions