RedHead Retriever Dummies
Meh at best
For knock around fun bumpers they do the job. I'm not afraid to lose one in the lake. I've gone through quite a few thus far. If you're looking for durable, take a beating bumpers, you're better off with a different brand.
July 21, 2010
They are hard plastic they break real easy I got the 3 pack and all 3 have busted down the middle in 2 weeks great chew toys thats all they are good for if you use for water they will sink after being busted
September 23, 2007
Not for serious dogs
I have been training labs for over fifteen years and used alot of dummies. This is not for the serious dog. The day after I purchased it the dummie riped in two pieces when I threw it. The dog never had the chance to fetch it up.
February 28, 2009
Better options exist
Initially, I found these dummies to be lighter with a shorter rope than other 3" dummies I have used. This resulting it not being able to throw them quite as far. I bought 6 dummies and in just a few uses the nylon mesh used to throw them has broken on two of them. So, now I will have to buy some rope and ball ends to make them usable again.
July 31, 2014