Jan, 22, 2022
Although Akers and van der Sluis popularised the terms "zorb ball" and "zorbing," their design isn't all that different from that of Gilles Ebersolt twenty years before. They haven't altered significantly after then, either.
On paper, the design of a zorb ball appears to be quite straightforward (though a bit harder to manufacture, of course). It's basically one vinyl or PVC ball wrapped around a larger one. Hundreds of small nylon strings link the balls together. A commercial blower is then used to inflate the outside ball.
Through a tunnel-like tube, the person enters the interior ball. Some balls have only one opening, while others have multiple entrances. A "donut," an extra inflatable that plugs up the entry tubes, can be used to close up one or both entrances.
The zorb ball may be used unplugged on grass, ice, snow, slopes, and nearly any other surface (just be careful not to get it scuffed up on pavement). When the zorb ball is plugged with a donut, it becomes airtight and can be used safely on water. For added enjoyment, some water zorbing enthusiasts will also put a small amount of water inside the ball—just enough to splash around in.
Is Zorb ball safe
Manufacturers claim that their goods are safe when used properly; one manufacturer's website claims that the ball can contain 30 minutes of oxygen, despite the reality that rides often last 7-10 minutes.
Zorbing can also be done on water due to the buoyant nature of the orbs, as long as the orb is properly inflated and sealed once the rider is inside. In theme parks across the UK, "water walking" using similar orbs has grown popular.
Don’t wait any further and unveil the most exciting experience of your life with our high quality zorb balls available at Kameymall.
The Fujian ICP is 2021009160