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Baoding Balls Chinese Health Exercise Stress Balls Chrome Color
- Dimension: 1-1/2in Diameter
- chimes in each ball.
- * Box Color might vary
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**Here's a little (I hope) useful info for those not yet familiar with baoding balls (and if you are already familiar, feel free to skip): These little orbs have an ancient heritage, and along with Chinese domestic consumption are also a popular export product. A typical baoding ball has little gongs on the inside, and when these spheres are gently moved, they give off chiming sounds reminiscent of Japanese wind chimes. Baoding balls come in a wide variety of shell: along with the usual stainless-steel and chrome-plated ones, also available are iridescent models, models with typical Chinese motifs (panda, dragon, etc.), and philosophical models like yin/yang. All kinds of coloring, even cloissone -- including red white and blue USA-themed balls! When shopping, be aware that not all baoding balls make music, and some of them are too pretty to risk damaging by use for the traditional therapeutic benefit: rolling two or three around in one hand to limber up the fingers (a type of accupressure, actually) and improve nerve sensitivity. For the chiming models, one challenge is to move them around the hand without clanking each other, which will result in a dull "clunk" rather than the harmonic and long-lasting sound of chimes. Other names for baoding balls are worry balls, stress balls, and chiming balls, but NOT ben-wa balls, which instead are a kind of string of anal beads for exercise of a different sort(!).Read more ›
There are places where the reflective coating has chipped and copper color shows.
Takes only a few minutes, give or take, to get used to the size. Perhaps a few more minutes to get them rotating consistently. I've already gotten to a point I can rotate them without making them touch (except for occasional clangs). Mind you the chimes are louder when rotated without touching than with touching. But when they are constantly touching there's an annoying scraping sound plus light chiming. So it's a bit of a lose-lose that I can't rotate noiselessly.
Construction of the box is pretty shabby, but sufficient as long as you're gentle. Just need a place to store them while I'm not using them. Comes with a little business card with a brief description of the use of the balls and what to do with them. Green and gold box with red interior and bottom.
About the seller: they deliver very fast (like in three days in my experience) and the stuff is good: the balls aren't heavy, but they are weighty; the chimes sound very softly when you rotate the balls relatively fast and w/o them touching one another. Every pair comes in a box, a small coffret sort of thing, with depressions for the balls and a lockable cover. The box is a bit crude but does the job of holding the balls in place adequately. Price (less than six bucks at the time of purchase) can't be beat of course, so I'm not complaining. Great stuff, highly recommended, to anyone.
12/13/2011: Let me add one nuance: the chrome holds up pretty good on these balls. Funny, but apparently you can't take it for granted -- I also bought back then a bunch of very heavy, solid-iron but chromed too, balls from baodingballs dot com, and even thought they are much costlier, they darkened literally within a few days, like the chrome came off or something like that. These are not like that, they're still bright and shiny.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I like this. I inserted one on my girl's vagina and then banged the heck out of her. With this in she feels "full". To take it out you have know do it.Published 4 days ago by tiburondelcaribe
These ones are better for ke cause I have the habit of dropping them on the ground and these ones don't crack like my other two pairs..Published 7 days ago by Amazon Customer
My doctor recommended these for hand exercise. I have neuropathy in my right hand. Currently, with Dr treatment and exercise using boading balls and a squeeze ball, my hand is... Read morePublished 19 days ago by Amazon Customer
Bought these because of the good reviews, but like some other buyers commented, one of the balls is broken and doesn't chime. The other barely does.Published 1 month ago by Elaine