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Friday, July 29, 2016

Inflatable-Zone Highlight: Party & Recreation

Today's post highlights some interesting recreational items from Inflatable-Zone, a shop that sells inflatable products like bouncy houses, zorb balls, and more! Details ahead!

Today's post highlights some interesting recreational items from Inflatable-Zone, a shop that sells inflatable products like bouncy houses, zorb balls, and more! Details ahead!

Inflatable-Zone is an online store established in 2008, specializing in all sorts of fun inflatable products. They offer tons of unique deals, like fast and free shipping or free customization of all their products, which include a wide range of bubble soccer balls, water walking balls, zorb balls (aka those "human hamster balls" that are crazy popular in areas like New Zealand), bouncy castles, water slides, inflatable tents and more!

The store has a 30-day return policy, so you can return any item for a refund if you are dissatisfied. Plus, their site states that all orders arrive within 14 business days via express shipping to the US, Europe, Australia, Canada, and Asia.

Today's post highlights some interesting recreational items from Inflatable-Zone, a shop that sells inflatable products like bouncy houses, zorb balls, and more! Details ahead!

One of their popular products is their inflatable bouncy castle, sold for $1,899. This larger-than-life castle measures 6 meters x 5 meters x 4 meters and comes with a 1-year warranty plus a free repair kit.

Bouncy houses certainly bring back happy memories, and they're great for carnivals, summer parties, school festivals and more! What I like about this inflatable castle from Inflatable-Zone is how different and unique the style is; rather than have the traditional red-blue-yellow-green color combination that your generic bouncy house has, this one actually looks like a cartoon castle, with a bridge and slide too!

Today's post highlights some interesting recreational items from Inflatable-Zone, a shop that sells inflatable products like bouncy houses, zorb balls, and more! Details ahead!

Another one of their popular inflatable products is their soccer zorb ball, a fun take on bubble soccer that takes the traditional zorb ball to a new level.

In case you're unfamiliar, zorb balls, or hamster balls, are large, transparent orbs that completely encircle you. They're usually made from plastic and used for fun, where people sit in them and roll downhill as a interesting recreational activity.

I wasn't aware of the use of zorb balls until I watched a TV program where people were using them in New Zealand, and I've since discovered that they're actually really popular in various places around the globe, especially where there are large hills or downhill terrains to use them on.

While the zorb ball is simply something you roll around in, the soccer zorb ball from Inflatable-Zone is used for bubble soccer, a fun and eccentric sport where you run around and play soccer while part of you is encapsulated in the transparent plastic ball! With the soccer zorb balls, your legs stick out of the bottom, allowing you to play the game while the upper half of your body remains within the ball. 

To complete the experience, Inflatable-Zone sells an inflatable soccer field, providing the perfect arena for your bubble soccer games. This large inflatable arena measures 10 meters x 6 meters, with two inflatable goals to mimic the appearance of a real soccer field!

Inflatable-Zone carries a huge variety of inflatable products for your party or recreational needs, and their free shipping and free customization services are definitely a plus! You can find more products on their website. Thanks for reading!


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*This post was sponsored by the company mentioned, but all words and opinions are my own.

2 comments:

  1. Hi!!I was just curious how old are you?Whats your height And where are you from?😊

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  2. To use a water ball, you open up a zipper to get inside, and then you inflate it and close the zipper. It really is similar to a huge hamster ball where you have to drive it forward by walking or jogging. It isn't as easy as it might seem, and you'll probably get a significant workout. Rocky Huynh

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