It's a good thing Orson Welles didn't have one of these lighted flying discs. His 1938 radio re-enactment of H.G. Wells' "The War of the Worlds" triggered mass hysteria enough — without any visual props! But you could sail StarShip across your neighbor's backyard some dark evening, and they'll think they spotted a UFO! Or use StarShip for the simple fun of tossing a disc after dark! Nine laser-like lights dot the perimeter, while a radiant array of LED's on the underside makes StarShip visible from all angles. In flight, brilliant LED's create the illusion of spinning portholes on a flying saucer! Polyethelene disc is virtually indestructible and handles like any flying disc (but you won't lose it at night!). Rugged LED's provide 10,000 hours (at least 10 yrs.) use. Uses one-lithium cell (included). 10.75'' diameter.