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Daniel Clemente
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I'm looking for the balls Gazzo has but his website has no order info. Just to email him...anywhere I can find these in the states and can possibly have them quicker?
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Have you tried a toy store?
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Good idea! Thanks Mr Biro!...I'll take a look
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I've yet to find any balls that match Gazzo's except for Gazzo's. There are soccer ball style foosballs that are close, but they are hard plastic. His have a more "rubbery" texture that makes them easier to manage.
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Dave unfortunately Gazzo doesn't know when he will get more.
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I have a set of the Gazzo soccer balls. At first appearance, it would seem that you could find them anywhere, but what is particularly nice about these balls is that the are made out of a rubber compound that does not bounce. Most of what I have seen in the toy stores are made out of the "superball" silicone--which bounces like crazy.
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Even trying to find the Ammar Mini baseballs...he's sold out of them as well...
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Gary Animal can make nice baseballs and in other colors.
Also RNT2 yellow Zingers are great too.
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I found some "simulated" baseballs at my local Sports Authority. They are practice balls for a batting practice machine and are only 1" or so in diameter. I believe the thinking is if you can hit these you can hit anything.

They are of a hard foam construction, sort of like some practice golf balls I've seen, but in white with painted on stitching. Right now their website only has fluorescent yellow, but I have seen them in white.
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Dave how do those work? Pretty well? I'm actually a few mins from a sports authority.
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I found some of these at a party store.
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I found some today at party city, but they were bounce balls..and made of rubber.... 59 cents each...i would still like a set of the Rogers 1 inch baseballs, or the Gazzo Soccer Balls..
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There were some key chains on socker balls, that you could easily cut off the chain and hardly notice it. I think it was at a Target store.
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On 2012-02-26 13:15, Trooper11040 wrote:
Even trying to find the Ammar Mini baseballs...he's sold out of them as well...

Auke van Dokkum makes mini baseballs that look similar to Mike Rogers mini baseballs. http://www.cupsandballs.nl/
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I am good with ordering from Auke Van Dokkum, but there are no pictures on his website...as long as the "Cups" section under Products where it said balls is the mini baseballs, I will def order! I just need confirmation...
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I decided to go with the 7/8' inch ball..We will see how that goes with the Riser Jumbos
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I think I saw similar balls as keychains and lamp switch on/off grabbers.
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On 2012-02-26 19:09, Pete Biro wrote:
There were some key chains on soccer balls, that you could easily cut off the chain and hardly notice it. I think it was at a Target store.


My soccer balls came from key chains.These balls are made of soft rubber,don't bounce much and really easy to palm.I have around 20 of them but It's impossible to send others from my place.I also found some larger balls which can be used for chop cups but for cups and balls they are too large.Can anyone tell me the size of the Gazzo balls?
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Daniel Clemente
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Gazzo told me they were approx 1 1/4 inch
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I placed an order with Denny and Lee Magic...but came to find out they don't have the balls either...sad sad!! I am still looking for these balls!!
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