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Juggle Gym

Pindaloo Makers Yaniv Inbar and Udi Ofek are both passionate about education, so when they learned about the juggling toy created by ZoSh as part of an industrial design master’s thesis—aimed at getting kids immersed in physical play and off of screens—they knew it would be a perfect fit for kids and playful adults.

It’s a skill-building toy, so practice does make perfect. Similar to juggling and hula-hooping, once you get the hang of it, the fun really takes off. Drop the ball into the U-shaped tube and start swinging to get the just-right amount of momentum to shoot it out. You’re not done—now you have to catch it back into the tube. It’s a great way to build hand-eye coordination and dexterity, but most of all it’s endlessly entertaining and hard to put down once you start looping the loop.

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Discovered 11/7/2019

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Small Business Support

Maker Story

Juggle Gym

Pindaloo Makers Yaniv Inbar and Udi Ofek are both passionate about education, so when they learned about the juggling toy created by ZoSh as part of an industrial design master’s thesis—aimed at getting kids immersed in physical play and off of screens—they knew it would be a perfect fit for kids and playful adults.

It’s a skill-building toy, so practice does make perfect. Similar to juggling and hula-hooping, once you get the hang of it, the fun really takes off. Drop the ball into the U-shaped tube and start swinging to get the just-right amount of momentum to shoot it out. You’re not done—now you have to catch it back into the tube. It’s a great way to build hand-eye coordination and dexterity, but most of all it’s endlessly entertaining and hard to put down once you start looping the loop.