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|by JoAnn H||Date Added: Saturday 29 March, 2014|
Just like a regular bb. Good price. Actually bought 2 and have no complaints with it all. Highly recommend this.
|by Charles M. Jetmore||Date Added: Sunday 09 February, 2014|
Balls warped when pumped up. I did not overinflate. Balls were not well laminated. The bladder protruded through the outer covering.
|by Emely Canaza||Date Added: Thursday 24 October, 2013|
love it. the ball was cheap and works perefectly. it bounces very high and it was prefect for a beginner basketball player
|by jonnyandamber||Date Added: Tuesday 13 August, 2013|
Very nice for the price, I use the rookie size for us in the pool works great. Have had it fo over a month and its holding up well in the pool. I will buy again!!
|by Twodogs||Date Added: Thursday 08 August, 2013|
Flimsy ball. I bought it for a dog toy and it lasted about 10 minutes. Granted, that's not it's purpose but it won't last very long used as a small basketball, either. OTOH, it's cheap.Edit - I just noticed it's called an "enduro" ball. That's downright misleading - so, instead of two stars it gets one.
|by paopaopaddler||Date Added: Thursday 02 May, 2013|
Our high school P.E. dept. gets these from our district warehouse. Last year we purchased 20 through the district. They arrive deflated in a bag. Virtually every single one developed cracks along the fold lines and within a month of inflating and using, would have the butyl liner bulging through, sometimes along multiple fold lines. On half the balls the pebbled finsih would still be in good shape and the cover would be splitting and the butyl showing through. It might just be their folding and packinging for shipping that's causing this but the bottom line is that they would pop or be unusable within a semester. Performance and grip wise they were fine before they would start splitting, good bounce and feel for an outdoor ball. You decide