Second hand Gyro Ball

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sybaard
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Second hand Gyro Ball

Postby sybaard » Tue Nov 29, 2011 10:39 am

Am looking for a Gyro Ball

Can't find them anywhere on Gumtree or CapeAds, Sportsmans Warehouse stocks them but quite pricy.

Anyone got one lying around? Will gladly contribute to your Christmas bonus.

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Thermophage
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Re: Second hand Gyro Ball

Postby Thermophage » Tue Nov 29, 2011 12:07 pm

Hey man, what about here...
http://www.powerball.co.za/shop/

Those what you looking for? I have one and they pretty cool :)

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Jones46
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Re: Second hand Gyro Ball

Postby Jones46 » Wed Nov 30, 2011 7:25 pm

This is an stupid question bud...what is an Gyro ball?? and is it the same thing as a "powerball?

http://www.bananafingers.co.uk/powerballs-c-106.html
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Re: Second hand Gyro Ball

Postby nicolaasdekker » Thu Dec 01, 2011 11:07 am

Just buy a new one, trust me I've been through a few used ones and new ones. I imported one from Eastern Europe before the were available locally (gosh that must be over a decade ago, it still had a string to get it started). There is one for about R500 that has a little computer on it that has fun little games and also tracks your progress so you end up pushing your limits all the time, and the games can keep you and a mate battling it out until you cant move your wrist.

If you drop it or misuse it it becomes load and rattles which makes it difficult to do around other people the new ones are very quiet so you can do it anywhere (even church:)

Just my 2c worth
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nicolaasdekker
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Re: Second hand Gyro Ball

Postby nicolaasdekker » Thu Dec 01, 2011 11:10 am

The NSD Powerball is very nice, its quiet, its got that computer on it, easy to start and get going, its engineered very well!
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Re: Second hand Gyro Ball

Postby sybaard » Thu Dec 01, 2011 11:29 am

Thanks for the advice and website info gentlemen.
Just ordered one, can't wait to get it.
Didn't know these originated in the Eastern block, was propably used as part of some weapons training!
I promise i wont use it in church, i go climbing on Sundays.
Shot,
Danie


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