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9' Zorb Balls

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9' Zorb Balls

Welcome to the wacky world of Zorbie ball racing. Challenge your friends to one of the most insane races you’ll ever experience. After your Zorbie Ball has been inflated, this ball stands 9 ft tall and is like a cushioned igloo.

Zorb Single hole PVC $1,995

Zorb Double hole PVC $1,995

Zorb Ball Single hole TPU $2,195

Zorb Ball Double hole TPU $2,195

• Constructed of heavy duty PVC vinyl
• Inflates in about 5-7 mins
• Recommended ages of 5 and up
• Take a weight limit of up to 250 lbs
• Inflatable Course sold separately
* Blower sold separately


Packing List

  • Storage Bag
  • Repair Kit

Sold Separately

  • Blower
  • Tarp
  • Dolly


Why us?

  • Designing and manufacturing fun, durable, and safe commercial inflatables for sale in U.S.A. since 1993!
  • The INNOVATOR of the industry!
  • Designed in California
  • We can customize our designs to your needs
  • Highly Responsive Service
  • Built with the best materials in the industry
  • All seams double stitched and serious stress seams are double-stitched twice.
  • U.S. Market Expertise
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  1. Choose a suitable location for setting up the Zorb Balls, making sure there are no sharp objects or obstacles nearby. Grass or Tarp is ideal
  2. Inflate the Zorbs using an air pump or an electric pump, making sure they are fully inflated but not overinflated.
  3. Set up the boundary markers around the arena to define the playing area and prevent players from going out of bounds.
  4. Divide the players into teams and give them each a Zorb.
  5. Explain the rules of the game to the players and provide any necessary safety instructions.
  6. Start the game and let the players battle it out while trying to knock each other over or capture a flag.
  7. Monitor the game to ensure that players are following the rules and that everyone is safe.
  8. When the game is over, deflate the Zorbs and store them in a dry, cool place.
  9. Clean the Zorbs and other equipment as needed using soap and water, and allow them to dry completely before storing.


Q: What are Zorb Balls?

A: Zorb Balls is a fun and exciting activity that involves participants either racing each other or bumping into each other.

Q: Are Zorb Balls safe?

A: Yes, Zorb Balls are safe as long as all participants follow the safety guidelines and rules provided by the manufacturer or operator. Attendants must be present at all times! Watch for any hills, parking lots or streets that the player could run in to.

Q: What are the safety guidelines for Zorb Balls?

A: The safety guidelines may vary depending on the specific product or operator, but generally include wearing appropriate safety gear, following the rules and instructions provided, and not engaging in dangerous behavior such as colliding with others at high speeds.

Q: Can anyone participate in Zorb Balls?

A: Zorb Balls is generally safe for people of all ages and skill levels, but some operators may have age or weight restrictions for safety reasons.

Q: How much space is needed for Zorb Balls?

A: The space needed for Zorb Balls will depend on the specific product or operator, but generally a flat and open area with enough space for participants to move around is required.

Q: How long does it take to set up Zorb Balls?

A: The setup time may vary depending on the specific product or operator, but generally it can take between 5-7 minutes to inflate and set up the Zorbs.

Q: How do I clean and maintain my Zorbs?

A: Zorbs should be cleaned with soap and water after each use and dried thoroughly before storage. Proper maintenance, such as regular inspections and repairs, can also help prolong the lifespan of your Zorbs.

Q: Are Zorb Balls suitable for indoor use?

A: Zorb Balls are generally designed for outdoor use, but some operators may offer indoor versions with appropriate safety measures in place.

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