Earth Bouncing Balls
"Cloud cover" effect is very cute!
We bought these for a giveaway at a corporate info booth, and they were very popular with attendees. The clear outer layer with the "cloud cover" is really cute, and makes these much more special than a regular super ball. It was also a nice size for the money.
One person told me later that his ball cracked open later that evening, so the quality may be variable. But overall, they looked very nice.
May 17, 2011
Well made and shiny :O)
The design is amazing and what a good price for the quality! I would definitely recommend i!
October 30, 2010
Pretty and clean (?)
I just got a dozen of this type for my advisory students, because of the price. Everybody was very pleased with the 3D cloud effect, with the continents visible underneath. The size is great, and the bounce is good. There was a slight smell, so I worried about phthalates, but aesthetically it wasn't a problem. I don't mind paying more for better production standards.
January 1, 2014
Neat Looking but...
These don't bounce as high as other superballs. Cool Earth likeness, however, probably makes up difference.
January 4, 2011
These Are Cool!
We own a recycling company, and we are involved with our community for events and Earth Day, so we will be handing these out as freebies to the public. I don't think the picture does them justice, and the cloud cover just adds to the coolness! This would have been 5 stars if the price was lower!
October 13, 2010
These are actually quite beautiful! Shiney and bright with good bounce. They are a bit bigger than stated, more like 2" diameter. Would purchase again.
September 19, 2010
would not recommend
The photo of these Earth Bouncing Balls was much better than the actual product. The balls have this powdery film all over them and when you clean it off, the cloudy appearence that made it so unique washes away. I would not recommend this product to others considering the high price of the product and what you actually get.
February 24, 2009
heavy cloud cover
The cloud cover on the earth unfortunately obscures the majority of the ball. It looks like a big mistake rather than something one would try to achieve.
February 22, 2009
Celebrate the Earth!
Will use these for favors and activities at a Summer Solstice party. Great for adults or children---wonderful reminder of our fantastic planet. Look just like the photo
February 13, 2009