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Author Topic: Lighting for night games?  (Read 1864 times)
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« on: October 30, 2010, 05:58:50 PM »

Does anyone have any amateur/low-cost/easy solutions for lighting a field for night games?

The group I play with plays very casually, and we don't have the resources to regularly rent a lighted field. But it's getting dark earlier and earlier (and with the time change next week it'll be even worse!) and we run out of time to play.

We've tried playing with a flashflight disc, and that works okay....we can see the disc if it's at the right angle, but we can't see our goal markers or the lines, or even tell who our teammates are. Does everyone else have access to a lighted field, or just give up when it gets dark? Huh I feel like there should be some fairly simple solution that we just haven't thought of!  Undecided
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« Reply #1 on: November 26, 2010, 10:49:59 PM »

hmm, ive only tried playing frisbee in the dark once and it was ridiculous. I guess you need some kind of colored led that you can wear and maybe lights that you could put at the end zone corners?

Im also curious about this: http://www.otherlandtoys.co.uk/eyefo.htm
My assumption is that it flies awful but the fact that you could throw swears at people gives appeal.
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