The « Clipperton » is built on an « asymetric broken V» shape, i.e. an asymetric two-bladed boomerang whose both blades are curved with a salient angle to the outside of the shape.
This shape is naturally very stable and easy to catch. Elbow is closed, which provides a good surface for contact during the catch. It is very light compared to its surface. The chords of the blade ends are larges to ensure good resistance to impacts.
Its size and weight allow a good flight without a strong throw. If thrown by the trailing blade, the lever arm is comfortable to put the Clipperton in rotation. The thrower can also "place" the boomerang using the inertia of the throw, without force.
The Clipperton can be thrown in many angles, both based on wind and throw angles. Its range is so variable, depending on the throw : the more vertical, the further. The trajectory goes up a bit, and it will come back in horizontal plane above the head and slows down.