"Balabalaa" means "butterfly" in Nyungar, an aboriginal dialect from Western Australia. The word butterfly describes pretty much how this Boomerang flights. With its four wings and hole in the middle of it, it's suitable for medium wind.
The Balabalaa Boomerang is very easy to catch and available for right-handed adults only. Its wingspan is 19 cm (17 1/4 inches), and flight distance is about 25 to 30 meters (75 to 90 feet).
More detailed throwing instructions are included in English, German, French, and Spanish.
For a correct use of this object, choose a large grassy or sandy area, clear of trees, building and people. Throw in the middle of this area with twice the area of the boomerang's range (Park or soccer field, football field).
Do not throw in winds stronger than 5 miles per hour ( 10 km per hour) until you learn how to control your boomerang in light breezes.
The boomerang does not need any particular care. It can be used even during wet conditions, also this material floats over the surface of the water.