Plastic Contact Juggling Balls

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These balls are as close as you will get to the same weight as an acrylic contact juggling ball. 

These balls are made by Juggle Dream and feature a hard plastic surface that is slightly grippy and great or practicing contact juggling. These are great beginner contact juggling balls if you are someone that eventually wants to work your way up to using an acrylic ball. 


  • Weight - 280 grams
  • Size - 100mm
  • Fill - Hollow (very thick skin)
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Nicolas T.
United States United States
I recommend this product
Already getting rolling

I received this fairly quickly in the mail, given the pandemic and the distance it had to travel. I'm already pushing through tutorials, can't wait to get good and upgrade soon!

Zach H.
United States United States
I recommend this product
Best ball for progressing to acrylic.

These balls are weighted a bit more then other stage balls. Very round. And marks clean up much better then on other balls. I’d recommend these to anyone who is trying to progress to using a acrylic.

Kevin B.
United States
I recommend this product
plastic contact juggling ball

product was as per order; plastic, dense, smooth, easy to roll up and down appendages, great for practice. closer to the weight of an acrylic ball than most practice brands.


Yeah, I'll review these bois. I'm THRILLED that The Spinsterz took my recommendation to stock up on these, because after 4 years in contact juggling, this kind of ball came into my life and completely changed my game. Not as light as a normal stage ball, but not as heavy as a 100mm acrylic... This ball comes in just in between the two.. a perfect hybrid training ball for those that want to eventually perform with an acrylic (which, I mean, let's be honest, that's the main goal, right?) Don't hesitate to make this your first contact ball. You won't be sorry. And if you buy one of these and you hate it, well, then.. you're incorrect lol

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