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A Water Swirl Bungee Ball, the most common and popular type of Bungee Ball
Bungee Balls are toys that are produced as a means of enhancing a person's hand/eye Coordination. Image File history File links Circle-question-red. ... now. ...
Traditionally, a bungee ball is made of plastic, and at one end a person slips slip his/her finger into a notch and at the other end is a large ball containing synthetic liquid.
Fashion and availability
Bungee Balls were a fad in March of 2003, and most Bungee Balls were sold during this time period. After March 2003, they started vanishing from stores, partly because of controversy over what was contained inside them. They were also discontinued in many stores because usually after about 4-7 hours of use, the Bungee Ball's bungee cord would snap, making the toy useless, and the ball itself would break, releasing synthetically-made liquid. They were recalled in October 2003, nearly all of the bungee balls had vanished from retail stores, and are now mainly available by online shopping.
See also: List of fads A fad, also known as a craze, refers to a fashion that becomes popular in a culture relatively quickly, but loses popularity dramatically. ...
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Bungee Downunder opened on the Gold Coast, Australia in 1990 and in 1992 opened Cyprus' first professionally operated bungee facility.
The Bungee Rocket is another adrenalin pumping ride that gets the heart racing, where one or two riders are harnessed into rally seats then shoulder strapped in Roller Coaster style, in a aerodynamically designed ball.
Bungee Down Under have carried out over 1 million safe jumps worldwide and conforms to the Australian and New Zealand standards which adheres to a rigorous code of practice for Bungee Jumping.
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