LED Poi Balls

By Spinballs

$24.95
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Not only is this outdoor kid’s toy a spectacle of light, it’s also a great exercise of your coordination and dexterity. The Poi dance traces all the way back to the Maori people in New Zealand. It involves swinging soft LED weights rhythmically to create geometric patterns. This version is lighter and brighter, which is great for beginners of all ages. Start with simple movements and as you try to master more complicated ones, you’ll build flexibility and creativity.

  • Materials: Plastic soft core with LED lights and nylon cord
  • Kit includes 1 pair of LED poi balls, adjustable cord, carrying bag, instructional app, mini screwdriver, two batteries, and instructions
  • Eight light mode settings include flashing, color change, and solid
  • Takes two CR1632 batteries (included)
  • Included cords adjustable from 12” to 24”
  • Double loop handles for easy gripping
  • Comes with access to a free instructional app, available for Android and Apple, to teach you how to spin poi like the masters
  • Recommended for ages 6+
  • Designed in the USA, Made in China
  • Dimensions: Tether Length: 28"; Ball Diameter: 3.5"; In Package: 6.5" x 3.5" x 8.5"
  • Weight: 0.75 lb.

50 Reviews (4.6 out of 5 Grommets)

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Great Christmas Gift

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I bought these Poi Balls for my 12 year old granddaughter. She was excited to receive them. We have since looked up tutorials on how to practice and learn tricks. I have enjoyed watching her practice. Great idea for an active 12 year old!More > < Less

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A hit with the grandkids

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The grandkids loved them.

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Great PRODUCT/Cutomer Service

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Creative and provides a great coordination skill training.

5

Yay!

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Christmas present for granddaughter and she really liked them!

5

Stop Everything and Play

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She stopped opening the rest of her gifts so she could play with these right away.

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The Poi-fect way to promote fun & dexterity.

About Spinballs

Practice Makes Poi-fect

These LED balls are an outdoor kids’ toy, but people of all ages will appreciate artfully swinging them. It’s a performance style that dates all the way back to an ancient Maori tradition.

The Maori would practice Poi by rhythmically waving weights to create hypnotic geometric patterns, while also prepping for battle.

It’s a visual spectacle and a physical feat that Maker Kevin Daniels wanted to bring to more people. So he made his version of Poi softer, lighter, and way brighter with the LEDs. Not only will you have fun with this entrancing form of entertainment, but it will also help improve your coordination, flexibility, and dexterity.