Hand crafted from tough, black polycarbonate
Approx. 668mm/26.3" x 385g/13.6oz
Potential mob hunting range out to approx. 105 meters for skilled throwers
Total range approx. 110-135 meters / 120-147 yards (individual results may vary)
Our exceptional record throw of 147.5 meters achieved with this stick.
Extra stable/forgiving/stout platform
Fluted, extra streamlined airfoil with finer edges for efficient long range energy retention and deeper target penetration
Large sized grip for easier alignment and control
Designed for strong and athletic throwers
Enhanced tolerance of variant wind conditions
Standard model is right handed only
A highly refined and precisely balanced throwstick which boasts of excellent flight stability and as near an ideal balance of both power and speed as we can muster, for the stronger, athletic thrower. The Central Desert Throwstick is a piece of history which has proven itself a capable hunting tool for generations. This is our premium version of this ancient mainstain.
The stout, streamlined design and finer edges deliver maximal overall energy transfer across the entire stick for a heavy penetrating blow at long ranges. The larger fluted grip size assists with precise stick alignment in throwing. Very long range straight flights are available if you have a good enough arm, but the "CDH" tends to be forgiving of weaker throws as well, albeit with shorter flight range results. Designed for the survivalist hunter who may target mobs of animals at extreme rangs, or anyone else that just wants a powerful long ranged kylie. Be careful to not lose this one in the distance. It doesn't ever seem to stop! To the thrower it looks like a flying insect buzzing in the distance when it's still defying gravity 120+ meters out. This is our favorite model.
Hello throwsticks team. I received my cd Hunter (705mm) a couple of weeks ago and am delighted with it. I intend to purchase the Kylie model in the near future as I think the lighter throw stick will suit me better. I'm a short man and light framed and I keep pulling a muscle to the left side of my stomach when throwing. I still manage to throw over 100 yards regularly and threw 115 yesterday. I hope to receive a mulga wood hunting Kylie from an aboriginal friend in Queensland Australia soon too (it is called wangan in his tribe). Anyways, I hope you continue to do well in your business and that other people get as much enjoyment from your product as I do.
Thank you. Kind regards.
- Ian D. (United Kingdom)
Wow! So I wanted to give you my first impressions. I just got the CDH in the mail today and I took it to a park to toss it around, nothing too serious as I'm just getting used to it. I'm really impressed with the design and I didn't expect it to make a cool noise too, ha ha! How do you make the groves in it? Is that what makes the noise? I was also surprised at how big it is, and the density. It could really do some damage if it hit a person or animal.
- Craig H. (Washington, USA)
I recently purchased every item on the Throwsticks.com product range and couldn't be any happier. Ben and Carol were both a pleasure to deal and made everything very easy for the delivery of my order to Australia. The products themselves are exceptional in quality and craftsmanship and very professionally made. They all perform exactly as they were intended and I have had many enjoyable hours of throwing with many more to come!
- Malachi Conway @ RockyInstincts (Queensland, Australia)
Bought one of the central hunters a couple days ago, and so far, ive been so happy with it i had to justify ordering another XD hopefully one day ill own the whole collection! thanks a lot for keeping this art flying ben, youve made a childhood dream of mine (owning one (or 10)) come true!
- Zeththin D. (Wisconsin, USA)
This thing is awesome. Seems to fly forever. Awesome customer service as well. Will definitely be buying another.
- Drew H. (Iowa, USA)
I would just inform you that the cdh is well arrived to me.
What a fantastic looking boomerang. I am now looking forward to the spring, so I can get out and try it. I just attach some picture of it, beside my Australian didgeridoo, lab made opal, and a original Australian aboriginal boomerang my grandfather brought home in the early fifties.
Best Regards, Martin Wessel (Denmark)
Hey my feedback is exact the back end that you hold should have more of a “cup” hand grip some of the aboriginal sticks I have fit comfortably in the hand and lets you feel the weight of the stick to know how you want to chuck it something I noticed the central desert hunter doesn’t have that back grip like I want but it throws great and def a serious throw stick hope my 2 cents help your craft. Everywhere I go people are intrigued with it and very captivated by the primitive mans tool of all time. Your professionalism and passion for it prove its worth getting one.
- Garrett F. (USA)
Really impressed with the throwstick! Much more enjoyable to throw than other non returning booms on the market. Very well made, quick shipping, professionally packaged, great communication! Would purchase again!
Nathan C. (Texas, United States)