The Magic Café
Username:
Password:
[ Lost Password ]
  [ Forgot Username ]
The Magic Cafe Forum Index » » The side walk shuffle » » Base Balls Mini for cups and balls (0 Likes) Printer Friendly Version

mike bonfield
View Profile
Regular user
177 Posts

Profile of mike bonfield
Hi I am looking for mini base balls ? were can I get them ?
mike
55Hudson
View Profile
Special user
Minneapolis
981 Posts

Profile of 55Hudson
Michael Ammar carries them.


http://www.ammarmagic.com/miba78in.html
MagiUlysses
View Profile
Special user
Kansas City
504 Posts

Profile of MagiUlysses
Greetings and Salutations,

I wouldn't want to take any money out of Michael's hands, but there are some other alternatives. I found mini baseballs, along with mini footballs (European and US footballs) at Home Depot, in the lighting center, at the end of pull chains for ceiling fan lighting kits. I think they were about $3 each. The pull-chains are attached to the balls will small corkscrew-type affairs. The balls were leather with red stitching. I don't know if they still carry them or not, but I'm thinking a well-equipped lighting store or section of a store would still carry them. It's been several years ago that I got mine, and at the price I purchased all that the particular store had (two sets worth). And the first set is still in great shape, if a bit discolored from regular handling.

Just my $.02 (USD) worth. I think I got a lead on the idea from a thread here on the Café. YMMV.

Joe Zeman aka
The Mage Ulysses
wsgumby
View Profile
New user
65 Posts

Profile of wsgumby
Is this what you're talking about Joe?

http://www.elightbulbs.com/Westinghouse-......odx2QAog


W. S. Gumby
Zombie Magic
View Profile
Inner circle
I went out for a beer and now have
8737 Posts

Profile of Zombie Magic
MagiUlysses thanks for the reference. wsgumby thanks for searching!
sideshowsam
View Profile
New user
I see you staring at my
86 Posts

Profile of sideshowsam
NOICE!

./sam
wsgumby
View Profile
New user
65 Posts

Profile of wsgumby
mike bonfield
View Profile
Regular user
177 Posts

Profile of mike bonfield
Thank you guys mike
MagiUlysses
View Profile
Special user
Kansas City
504 Posts

Profile of MagiUlysses
Greetings and Salutations,

Glad to help out, and, yes, WS, those appear to be what I found at a Home Depot, particularly the baseballs. They cost a bit more than I remember, but as I said, I purchased mine three or four years ago. But as long as the size works for you, you're still saving about $10.

Joe Zeman aka
The Mage Ulysses
mike bonfield
View Profile
Regular user
177 Posts

Profile of mike bonfield
Quote:
thank you mike
On 2012-10-01 17:44, MagiUlysses wrote:
Greetings and Salutations,

Glad to help out, and, yes, WS, those appear to be what I found at a Home Depot, particularly the baseballs. They cost a bit more than I remember, but as I said, I purchased mine three or four years ago. But as long as the size works for you, you're still saving about $10.

Joe Zeman aka
The Mage Ulysses
Sir Richard
View Profile
Special user
650 Posts

Profile of Sir Richard
Quote:
On 2012-09-30 23:01, wsgumby wrote:
Is this what you're talking about Joe?

http://www.elightbulbs.com/Westinghouse-......odx2QAog


W. S. Gumby
It would appear that you would have to buy a case of 12 and that is the "each" price.

Sir Richard.
"In the land of Murphy there is but ONE law!"
Sir Richard
View Profile
Special user
650 Posts

Profile of Sir Richard
Quote:
On 2012-10-01 01:37, wsgumby wrote:
I also found this:

http://www.lightingdirect.com/ellington-......odtD4AlA



W. S. Gumby


These are listed as "out of stock."

Sir Richard.
"In the land of Murphy there is but ONE law!"
Sir Richard
View Profile
Special user
650 Posts

Profile of Sir Richard
The Mike Rodgers mini baseballs were specifically designed for cups and balls and do not "talk." I always look for the right tool for the right job. You can also get them for the chop cup.

Sir Richard.
"In the land of Murphy there is but ONE law!"
mike bonfield
View Profile
Regular user
177 Posts

Profile of mike bonfield
Quote:
thank you mike
On 2012-10-02 07:46, Sir Richard wrote:
The Mike Rodgers mini baseballs were specifically designed for cups and balls and do not "talk." I always look for the right tool for the right job. You can also get them for the chop cup.

Sir Richard.
Scott Compton
View Profile
Special user
Hampton, VA
747 Posts

Profile of Scott Compton
Bob Little carries some that are handmade, at a good price too. I don't know if he sells online, but you can call him.

http://www.boblittlessupersunday.com/about.htm
Magic is an art. I am merely a tour guide.
http://www.facebook.com/pages/Scott-Compton-Magician/160270640674735

"You are the magic" Jay Ose to Albert Goshman
mike bonfield
View Profile
Regular user
177 Posts

Profile of mike bonfield
Quote:
On 2012-12-18 00:21, Scott Compton wrote:
Bob Little carries some that are handmade, at a good price too. I don't know if he sells online, but you can call him.

http://www.boblittlessupersunday.com/about.htm
mike bonfield
View Profile
Regular user
177 Posts

Profile of mike bonfield
Quote:
Many thanks I will see bob in Blackpool ...uk Happy christmas
On 2012-12-18 00:21, Scott Compton wrote:
Bob Little carries some that are handmade, at a good price too. I don't know if he sells online, but you can call him.

http://www.boblittlessupersunday.com/about.htm
The Magic Cafe Forum Index » » The side walk shuffle » » Base Balls Mini for cups and balls (0 Likes)
[ Top of Page ]
All content & postings Copyright © 2001-2020 Steve Brooks. All Rights Reserved.
This page was created in 0.13 seconds requiring 5 database queries.
The views and comments expressed on The Magic Café
are not necessarily those of The Magic Café, Steve Brooks, or Steve Brooks Magic.
> Privacy Statement <

ROTFL Billions and billions served! ROTFL