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Edushape 4" See-Me Sensory Balls, Translucent, 4 Pack

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  • Durable and Long Lasting
  • Four Different Balls Included
  • Used therapeutically Worldwide
  • Thick Skin Yet See Through
  • A Classic Toy
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Product Information

Color: Translucent
Technical Details
Item Weight11.2 ounces
Product Dimensions4 x 4 x 4 inches
OriginChina
UPC033170676430 885127403831
Item model number705175
Material TypePlastic
  
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ASINB001AMK6G0
Best Sellers Rank #1,234 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight11.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
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Product Description

Color: Translucent

From the Manufacturer

Edushape 4" see-me sensory balls are perfect for developing baby's tactile senses and gross motor skills. The nubby texture of these colorful balls provides tremendous sensory and dexterity-building play. Baby can squeeze, roll, throw, kick and see through these textured play balls. The sensory ball improves hand-eye coordination and can be used to improve socialization skills when enjoyed in group play. Baby products by Edushape will enable babies to: explore, discover, visualize, and verbalize and so much more. At Edushape we encourage you to, touch with passion, laugh with love, and bond with your baby. Most of all have fun learning together.

Product Description

Having invented the Sensory Ball many years ago, Edushape still manufacturers Sensory Balls of the highest quality. Don't be fooled by imitations. See-Me Sensory Balls feature four 4" See-Me (see through) Original Sensory Balls, each in a different color. Edushape Original Sensory Balls feature very thick skin and an inflation/deflation basketball/soccer ball pin receptacle to contour to your needs. Their ability to stimulate and sooth, combines with its development focus, including Fine & Gross Motor Skills, Hand Eye Coordination, Socialization, Tactile Sensory Development and Easy Grip design makes it perfect for a wide range of ages. You just might find yourself playing with it yourself!


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Customer Reviews

He loves them so much his first word was "BALL"!
Dada
They have a good bounce to them but they're a nice soft rubber so they don't hurt.
R. Welch
They are great for little hands -- the knobby texture makes them easy to grip.
AKNickerson

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41 of 42 people found the following review helpful By Jeff M. Malmud on January 25, 2013
Color Name: Solid
A message from Edushape: After reading the misleading review about Edushape's Sensory Balls, we feel obliged to clarify the misinformation. The product in question has been stringently tested by independent laboratories and deemed safe for six months and up! In fact, Edushape has passed every test criteria exponentially!
Besides being on the market for many, many years as an infant/toddler toy (it is the original sensory ball), they are also used in Pediatric Hospitals, Pediatric Rehabilitation centers and Pediatric Therapy Centers around the world. It doesn't have any off gassing fumes nor release carcinogens, as suggested on one review.
The PVC that Edushape uses is a unique phthalate free, safer and more costly version than common PVC. This is just one reason that separates Edushape's Sensory Balls from the `knock-offs' that are often found in supermarkets bins.
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420 of 499 people found the following review helpful By SoCal Mom on October 8, 2010
Color Name: Solid
It's infuriating and misleading that these balls are marketed as "phthalate-free." That may be true, but it does NOT mean they are safe! They are made of PVC, a super toxic plastic that off-gases dangerous fumes and releases potentially carcinogenic chemicals! I don't know about you, but I do not want my baby chewing on that!

I had my suspicions about this product's safety when I noticed that the balls have that beach ball "smell." I checked, and, sure enough, discovered the PVC.

It's such a shame that a mother must do detective work in order to confirm the safety of her child's toys!

******************UPDATE: 3/6/2013

If you read the comments for this review, you will see a response from the manufacturer which states that the balls are in fact made with PVC, but that the PVC is "phthalate-free."

After a brief internet search, I discovered that phthalate-free vinyl (PVC, #3) is a small step in the right direction-- but that does not mean that PVC itself is safe. The vinyl chloride used to make PVC is a known carcinogen. Furthermore, the manufacturing process creates and releases dioxins that can be dangerous to factory workers manufacturing the PVC and harmful to the environment. I encourage you to type the phrases "phthalate-free PVC," "PVC," and/or "vinyl chloride" into your search engine of choice. It is quite easy to find information about the safety of PVC and its manufacturing process.

While I do not have the means to test this product for toxicity (and therefore cannot say with 100% certainty that the balls could cause direct harm to children), I stand by my decision to avoid the product due to what I learned about the chemical components and manufacturing process for PVC-- whether it contains phthalates or not.
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24 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Kelly L. Scott on January 10, 2008
Color Name: Solid
I bought for my almost 3yr old boy who has SPD(sensory processing disorder) and he loves them, as does my 6 yr old son and myself. They are perfect for gripping, rolling, throwing, massaging and they are not sharp or harmful. I only gave 4 stars because it would have been better if they were all different sizes.
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17 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Wix TOP 1000 REVIEWER on September 14, 2009
Color Name: Translucent Verified Purchase
I got these for DS's 1st birthday. They are soft but spiky. They bounce and withstand chewing. Since the focus is on Sensory Integration these days I figured these balls would be great for all in the household.

They massage feet, too. :D
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16 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on June 24, 2009
Color Name: Translucent
My 1 year old loves it when we take off his shirt and roll these down his back and sides. They are small enough for him to pick up with both hands and he loves the feel. The balls seem to be well made and have a valve like a basket ball to fill them with more air if desired. Recommend to anyone.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Amy, mom to 3 on February 1, 2010
Color Name: Solid Verified Purchase
Got these for my daughter's first birthday. They are easy to pick up and hold, and interesting because of the bright colors and bumps. I think they are a good choice. I think another reviewer said something about the bumps being "sharp", but I don't think so. Perfectly fine for 6 months & up, I'd say.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By BC's mama on November 6, 2009
Color Name: Translucent Verified Purchase
My 7-month old son likes these. The texture makes them easy to grab and hold on to. He may just start crawling because of these balls...when he tosses them away from him, he starts to lean towards them like he's going to go after them.
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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Sunshine on January 22, 2010
We'd had these balls for my son for a very long time, over a year (he's now 20 months), and they are wonderful in so many ways. First, the color selection is perfect. Red, blue, green, and yellow are going to be the first colors most children learn. Here you have an easy teaching tool to use with your child starting at a very young age. Second, the texture is distinctly different yet not unpleasant or unsafe because the spikes are soft (as is each entire ball). Third, because of the soft texture, once your child starts throwing these balls, you don't have to worry about any damage to your home or to your child. Of course, once a child can really get some lift on his throws, there could be trouble! Lastly, unlike most of my son's other toys, these balls have been steadily used since they were purchased, and I expect their appeal to continue to be strong for some time to come.

Every day now, my son is picking up these balls and throwing them back and forth with us. He always smiles and laughs when he does so, and that's a beautiful thing to see. I highly recommend these for anyone with a baby. You'll get a ton of use out of them.
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