Play G-Force Bounce Ball (50 mm, 74 grams)

Bounce balls for juggling

Catalog Number:BounceBall:GF50

Bounce balls for juggling

Bounce Juggllng Ball 50 mm The G-force bounce ball is a compression molded rubber ball, which comes in four sizes, 54mm, 60mm, 64mm and 70mm. This was the f...Read More

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Bounce Juggllng Ball 50 mm

The G-force bounce ball is a compression molded rubber ball, which comes in four sizes, 54mm, 60mm, 64mm and 70mm. This was the first juggling bounce ball that had comparable quality to a silicone ball, which used to be the most common bounce ball. The colors are bright and there is no significant seam line or fill hole on the ball.  They have a very similar bounce to a silicone ball, slightly higher. The balls have matched weights except for white ( which has much heavier pigment) so when ordering do not mix white with other colors. For example a white 70mm ball has a weight of 205 grams, whereas a 70mm colored ball is 190 grams.

  • G-Force bounce ball 50 mm size, (a golf ball is 42mm) and has a weight of 75 grams. The ball was made for number bounce ball passing. Usually for 9 or more ball passing. It could also be a good bounce ball for small children under 4 feet tall. Because of it odd small size and use as a numbers passing ball it only is made in white.
  • G-Force bounce ball 60mm size, 2.36 inch (a racquetball is 57mm) and has a weight of 121 grams. This size ball can also be used from numbers passing, but it is possible depending on your hand size to hold four in one hand. Most commonly this ball is a good size for smaller adults and children. The 60mm size is also good for using for numbers juggling, bouncing more than five ball.
  • G-Force bounce ball 64mm size, 2.51 inch (a tennis ball is 65mm) and has a weight of 164 grams. This is the most popular size bounce ball. This ball is good for both advanced and beginner bounce jugglers. With a weight of 164 grams it still light enough for using as a combination ball, combining both air juggling and bounce juggling.
  • G-Force bounce ball 70mm size, 2.75 inch (a hard baseball is 73mm) and has a weight of 190 grams. This is the largest size ball we sell, and at 190 grams it is really to heavy for air juggling for most jugglers and is better suited for just bounce juggling. However ball could also be used for air juggling if you where at least 6 feet tall and/or used to juggling very heavy juggling balls.

To help you select the correct size of juggling balls, look at our Juggling Guide and Tips section listed in the bottom footer of the home page.


diameter 50 mm
weight 75 grams
made of compressed rubber
molded in Italy

by Jonathan Root on 04/23/20

These balls are awesome for numbers bounce juggling or bounce passing. Highly recommended.

by Jan van Deurs F. on 12/13/20

Mr. and Mrs Petersen

by ricardo padilla on 05/01/22

by Michael R. on 09/09/23

I was surprised, but I like this product. It is smaller than the balls I used before, and that makes it even easier to maintain stamina longer and expend less kinetic energy while juggling them. It does require some finesse, because even a slight tap can put an incredible amount of spin on any of the balls, you can slap them out of the pattern very easily because they are light-weight, and if they happen to collide, they can pick up exponential kinetic force and go flying... But the reality is: no matter what kind of bouncy balls you bounce juggle, they will collide and go flying in all directions at some point. If you get really good maybe you can avoid it, but my point is that none of the draw backs are super unique to this particular product. It just happens to be the most light weight bouncy ball available. For number juggling they are ideal. They do only come in one color, but since it's white, I'm thinking someone determined enough could find a way to dye them w out effecting the bounce ratio/integrity. And here's a link to me juggling the product. probably more video than anyone really needs to see to get the gist of it, but... I haven't quite figured out the best or most interesting way to translate juggling practice sessions to videos. Well, have at:

by Michael Y. on 07/07/24

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