Toys of the Seventies, Zim Zam (Tennis Ball Tether And Paddle Game)

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Looking for the game called zim zam. We used to play this game when I was a child and we are looking for it. It is a tennis ball attached to a tether (like tetherball with the volleyball attached) but you hit it with paddles instead of a volley ball. The one that gets the ball's ring on the tether to either the top or bottom first wins. PLEASE notify me if you have a GREAT condition of this game (prefer new if possible) actually looking for two!
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susan - November 13, 2007 - Report this comment
The Vermont Country Store website has this game.
Aimee - October 25, 2008 - Report this comment
There's a guy on ebay who sells zim zam. We bought it almost 2 years ago and my kids still love it. Made very well........great gift for hard to buy for kids/people
Donna - January 30, 2009 - Report this comment
This Sportcraft Tether Tennis is OK-- what i miss however is the cool spring at the top that the Zim Zam version had. It was in the shape of a cone which made the game work better. Also, the Paddles were solid plastic and weighty and when you wacked that ball it was a very satisfying feeling. My sister and I would playit for hours getting a lot of anger out of our teenage systems!!
nicole - August 15, 2010 - Report this comment has a similar game called the Rotor Spin

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