Nice variety of colors
I like the variety of colors and that it came in a nice bag that I can use a tie to close it. What can I say about the sponge balls? They have good shape and I am only using them for a toss game and they will work perfect for that. We will be using this for a tic tack toe toss game at community events so it has enough balls in the same color to make it easy to see if they were able to score in the game. Price was good too.
March 19, 2010
Bright colors. Soft sponge balls great for games.
I ordered these balls for a children's activity day at church. They are nice bright colors and super soft. Perfect for games.
November 18, 2013
I'm a therapist who works with people who have had hand injuries or a stroke. These are good for any size hand that is weak, and helps develop functional grasp/release skills. It really helps them improve, and they love being successful!
July 8, 2012
I used them for tips on PVC bows and arrows and they worked great. The kids can shoot the arrows and hurt no one. Perfect.
May 20, 2012
Average Sponge Balls
They are very minimum. They do not have a coating so I imagine they will not last very long.
December 24, 2011
The perfect replacement for lost "Nerf" balls
I was looking for a replacement ball for a generic brand of "Nerf" game and debated on whether these would be the right weight and density for this "Whacking" game. So glad I took the plunge to try them. Was just what I wanted, so my grandkids can enjoy this outdoor whackerball game again.
September 20, 2011
They fell apart
I bought a lot of these over the years and we use them at a summer camp for our Splash Ball activity. 5 buckets full of balls and water are placed along a perimeter rope. Half the group are in the center of the rope circle and half are outside the rope circle. At the signal the outside half throw the water soaked balls at the inside group. The balls I bought several years ago lasted for several summer camps. However the balls I bought in 2009 seemed to disintegrate after several uses. I think they would be ok if they weren't being used in water.
April 27, 2010