Toys of the Seventies, Super Balls

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These were a little larger than a golf ball and when they first came out, you could only get them in red. They bounced REALLY high, and if you weren't careful, you could bounce them straight off the concrete back at your head at amazing velocities!
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Rob Lambert - January 04, 2013 - Report this comment
Manufactured by Wham-O, the Super Ball was a breakthrough product when first marketed in 1968. This was fresh, after years of just Hula Hoops, Zillion Bubbles, Frisbees and Slip N Slides. Super Ball was a dollar. As crazy as these bounced, they were easy to lose. Wham-O still sells them today, with the usual wierd color combos.

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