12 Panel Teaching Beanbag (70 mm)
These brightly colored semi-squishy balls feel good in your hands. When you get the balls they are firm but soften with use, in several weeks they will have a nice feel and will not roll away when dropped. They are easy to catch, they have a dead bounce, and they will not bounce out of the juggling pattern if there is a mid-air collision. The 12 Panel Teaching Bean Bag comes in one size, 70 mm diameter (slightly over 2.5 inch) and 135 grams. This is a great size beanbag for middle to high school aged students, but are usually too big for kindergarten to 6th grade jugglers.
These beanbag juggling balls are made with a very high quality fabric (the same that is used in making soccer balls). They are super durable, water-resistant and stain-resistant.
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Vinyl Coated Cloth
diameter 2.5" (69mm)
filled with plastic pellets
cut, sewn and stuffed in Pakistan
by P. Johnson on 07/24/19
The beanbags were firmer/stiffer than expected. So they roll more than I'd like. Hopefully over time they will relax and soften. Still... A good value.
by Josh A. on 07/27/19
I've bought cheap juggling balls elsewhere, and they fell apart after just a few weeks. These are still good as new after several months. Already at 5 balls... hoping to reach 7 in a year.
by Chris C. on 10/08/20
by Chris S. on 11/01/20
These balls are overfilled. I like the heavier weight and the price, but they have very little squish. They even bounce when you drop them. Otherwise great trainers.
by John O. on 04/03/21
excellent bag for the money. the ones i got are very stiff, feel good in the hands. smooth texture. i decided to soften them a bit by rolling them around under pressure, i stood on them... perfect weight for the size. seams are solid. nice product.
by Bill M. on 07/02/21
by Greg Wilson on 03/20/22
These feel very comfortable in my hands (which are moderately large, for comparison's sake). They look great, and they are very consistent in weight and firmness. They do roll a little farther than I expected when dropped, so an absolute beginner might consider something a little squishier if you want to spend less time chasing props around the practice room.
by Noah Cowan on 08/06/22
I bought 60 of these of various color combinations for teaching my research lab had a juggle. They are relatively inexpensive high quality balls. Great size and weight up to seven balls and terrific to learn three balls. I’m very happy with them.