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Science Museum Science Museum strength ball £4.00 + FREE DEL @ HOF + 7% Quidco
Science Museum Science Museum strength ball £4.00 + FREE DEL @ HOF + 7% Quidco

Science Museum Science Museum strength ball £4.00 + FREE DEL @ HOF + 7% Quidco

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Science Museum strength ball. Using hand rotation, spin the internal gyro and challenge yourself and others to achieve the highest revolution per minute. Pull the re-cord to spin the gyroscope inside the ball. Rotating the ball increases the rotation of the gyroscope. The digital counter measures the speed of the gyroscope and displays the number of revolutions per minute. Challenge friends and family. Good training for golfers and racket sport enthusiasts. Gyroscopic exercise ball, 2x LR41 1.5V batteries included and pull string. An ideal stocking filler, suitable for ages 10+.
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•Material Plastic

27 Comments

Where do you apply free delivery code?

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twinkle

Where do you apply free delivery code?



At checkout right hand side, before you do anything, strange place I know.

Thanks..you know I'm sure that pages wasn't there before....

thanks just ordered mine,
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had same problem where to put freedel but sorted thx

Thanks just ordered for a present =]

Ordered 2, thanks for sharing.
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are they as good as the powerball sold on amazon?

When I see these I always wonder if they work or make any difference?

RK79

When I see these I always wonder if they work or make any difference?



I've had the Powerball and they are quite good though tricky to use at first.

£4 is a good deal

I got 1 of these afew months back, exact model, there ok, ad go with a powerball myself since i got that after the LCD screen stopped working after like 3 times with this 1. Worth the money though if your not assed about the LCD breaking.

Banned

Great deal..... cheers

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Ta. A bit of fun for four quid

These things make a cool noise when you get them going fast. I could never master it myself...

cool they accept paypal.. order one

7% quidco, it all helps

I got one from Christmas from WH Smith. Be warned - the one I got vibrated badly and was nowhere near as good as Powerball because your hand goes numb. Personally I think you're better spending £15 and getting a powerball.

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highland2010

7% quidco, it all helps



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just bought two! I already own one but will be good presents and a back up!

nice just ordered one..will help with my arthritis..in my forearm

Not as good as the official NSD powerballs. But still a bargain

unigamer

I got one from Christmas from WH Smith. Be warned - the one I got … I got one from Christmas from WH Smith. Be warned - the one I got vibrated badly and was nowhere near as good as Powerball because your hand goes numb. Personally I think you're better spending £15 and getting a powerball.



Have to agree. I got given one of these as a secret santa gift and it's pretty awful. The LCD is very cheap and breaks easily, and the ball does indeed vibrate badly - it's no where near as smooth as the powerball. I'm going to have to vote cold on the basis that it really isn't worth £4.

now out of stock

Sorry but these cheap replicas are absolutely terrible. They don't run smoothly and break very easily. Just dish out £10 on a real Powerball, seriously

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Sorry but these cheap replicas are absolutely terrible. They don't run … Sorry but these cheap replicas are absolutely terrible. They don't run smoothly and break very easily. Just dish out £10 on a real Powerball, seriously



i cant believe it, but iv had one since christmas and just today the screen has broken! SO dissappointed and i bought two more

Just in case anyone really wants one, I saw some instore yesterday, priced at £5 but probably with another 20% off at the till.
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