walking water balls

Material

1.0 mm thickness PVC (CE approved)

Diameter

2m

Zipper

TIZIP zipper imported from Germany

Package weight

14.5 to 15.5 KG

Package size

45cmX35cmX35cm(approximate)

Capacity

2 person (Kids or Adults)

Application locations

Swimming pool, water park, lake & seashore or similar

Delivery time

5 days (usually 2 days )

MOQ

1pc

Accessory include

Repair kits(including material patch,glue,zipper lubricant)

Blower

EXCLUDED

Shipping

DHL/FedEx/UPS/EMS depended on seller’s options 3 to 8 working days you can get it.

 
Water Balls Material is made from 0.8mm TPU and is environmentally friendly with no toxinsThe ball is very durable and can be used in hot temperatures and as low as 20 degrees below zero centigradeThe balls are made by a hot air welding machine, This enables the balls to be more durable and very tough. Beware of cheaper versions that are glue by hamd.All of the rope locks are pressed by high frequency welding machine, making them very hard to break off, unlike cheaper models.

 

The Water balls have a wider joint part: the width of the joint part is 2.5cm, it’s better than 1cm made by other company. The wider the Better!

 

excellent abrasion resistanceoutstanding low-temperature performanceexcellent mechanical properties, combined with a rubber-like elasticityhigh shear strengthhigh elasticityhigh transparencygood oil and grease resistance.

 

 

Do Not Buy The Cheap PVC Balls as they are Dangerous! Read Below!

 

Water walking balls come in two different materials: Poly Vinyl Chloride, PVC, and Thermo Plastic Urethane, TPU. The PVC balls are less expensive to make and sell, however they contain a plasticizer called phthalates which is known to cause health problems in children from the out gassing inside the balls.

 

The Water Ball Safety Council only recommends using the TPU, Thermo Plastic Urethane balls because there is no out gassing and phthalates are not used in the material. The TPU balls are more expensive, and last longer, however manufacturers are tempted to sell the PVC balls at a lower price.

 

“At this time we do not know what the potential long-term health effects might be, but there is a large body of animal studies to suggest developmental and reproductive toxicity (from phthalates) and a few human studies with changes in health outcomes as well,” Dr. Sheela Sathyanarayana told Reuters Health.

 

PVC is a controversial material in that during its production, useful life, and incineration, dangerous toxins are released which are inhaled or absorbed through the skin and can lead to asthma and allergies and possibly other child born problems like autism and birth defects. Many products that use phthalates are being banned in the US, Canada, and the European Union. The Water Ball Safety Council advocates that water balls made from PVC should be added to the list of banned products because a child is in a sealed environment breathing these toxins.