The "Clipperton" is built on a base of the "asymmetric broken V" type, that is, an asymmetric two-blade whose two blades are curved at an angle protruding outward from the shape.
This shape is naturally very stable and easy to catch. The elbow is very closed which gives a good contact surface with the boomerang when catching up. It is light in relation to its surface. The wing tip cords are wide to ensure high impact resistance.
Its size and mass allow it to take to the air without having to throw hard. If it is launched by the blade immediately, the lever arm is comfortable for the rotation. It is a boomerang that the thrower can "land" using the inertia of their throw.
The "Clipperton" can be operated in a wide variety of angles both to the wind and also to throwing angles. Its range is therefore quite variable depending on the type of jet, the more it is thrown vertically, the further the boomerang will go. If you lay the boomerang down while throwing, its range will shorten. Its trajectory is slightly uphill, it comes back in the horizontal plane above the head and slows down on the return.