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A ball full of finger holes that is incredibly easy to catch, captivating to hold, and safe to throw. Shiny, Smooth, Flexible, Durable and virtually Indestructible — Oball is the ideal ball in every situation. Now all the great Oball features in a colorful sparkly ball.
— Mike DiAndrea, owner of Hardware Toys
in Paoli, Pa. told TDmonthly
in Spring 2011 that he sold around a 18 of these glittery Oballs each month.
— Want this? As of 05/06/2011, this product was available for purchase at Hardware Toys
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 32223 (added 5/2/2011)
Perfect to clip onto the car seat, stroller, bib, crib. Comes with mini-rattle. Also part of a system that can connect an oball pacifier and/or teether. Assorted colors. The Oball Links and Mini Rattle from Rhino Toys is an exciting tactile experience for babies. Featuring a squishy, smaller-sized Oball with a "rattle" hole that is hooked to a dangling rubber chain.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 31063 (added 11/1/2010)
This product is a ball full of finger holes that is incredibly easy to catch, and safe to throw. Shiny, Smooth, Flexible, Durable. 100% Dishwasher Safe, PVC, Latex and Phthalates Free. 3.5 x 3.5 x 3.5 inches ; 1.6 ounces
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 31061 (added 11/1/2010)
Easy to grasp, makes a great noise. You can roll and play with it. Turn it around and it makes rain stick sounds. Great for infants and toddlers.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 31060 (added 11/1/2010)
Designed for handheld bead play, this 6"-diameter infant toy features blue hubs and white wires woven throughout the sphere that display multi-colored, sliding beads.RECALLED JUNE 10, 2010:
The CPSC and Rhino Toys recalled about 5,500 Beado toys because the wires can detach from the hubs due to insufficient adhesive, allowing the beads to come off and pose a choking hazard. The recall involves Beado toys with model no. 1501 and date no. 02910 04323A. It was sold at specialty retailers from March through May 2010 and should be returned to the place of purchase for a refund or replacement.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 28820 (added 6/11/2010)
This push toy for toddlers features a plastic frame with a large, rolling Oball that features a ball inside. Launch date: 2010.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 27389 (added 2/26/2010)
MSRP: $8.99Age Range: 1 and upSKU or Item #: 1437Launch Date: August 2008Gender: Boys And Girls
The Oball Stranz Football is made with yards of soft strands and may be used for any indoor or outdoor tossing activity. Just like the original Oball, it can be crushed, stomped or kicked, and it bounces right back to a perfectly formed sphere. It's an all-around ball that is designed to be soft, durable and super catchable. Launch date: August 2008.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 23509 (added 4/28/2009)
This 4"-diameter ball features not only the colorful, clutchable design of the original Oball, but is also outfitted with beads that add a rattling dimension to the product when shaken.
— These spherical rattles have been consistent best sellers for over a year at Pufferbellies in Staunton, Va., as reported by Co-owner Susan Blanton in September 2009.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 22697 (added 3/4/2009)
Rhino's "Everybody Ball" just got bigger: bigger circles, bigger holes, bigger ball and bigger action. And it's just as smooth, shiny and indestructible as the original Oball. Kids can kick it, stomp it or crush it and the Big Oball bounces right back to a perfectly formed sphere. Amazingly fun and durable, it also comes in a variety of colors.
— "That would probably be the Oball. We sell lots of those," said Char Mcaulay of Toy Town
in Casper, Wyo., when asked about great gift sellers in her store.
— Three of 45 retailers agreed that Rhino's Oball is popular with customers, reporting average sales of about 10 to 20 a month.
— "The Really Big Oball is available in two color combinations: blue/green and blue/orange. Its unique patent-pending and compressible design makes it a perfect fit for the smallest of spaces in luggage," Suzanne Silvergate, owner of Rhino Toys, told TDmonthly
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 14250 (added 7/23/2007)
This rubbery, tri-colored ball is a staple for any child learning cognitive and social skills and developing fine- and gross-motor skills. Ideal for children with a special need, the ball is durable and has a skeletal structure that allows for easy catching. "Kids and teachers agree that Oballs are the easiest balls to catch and hold. The cool design already has won five awards for excellence and innovation, including an Oppenheim Toy Portfolio Gold Award and a Dr. Toy Best Vacation Products Award,” said Suzanne Silverglate, owner of Rhino Toys.
— “Everybody buys it,” Dalene Lockhart, owner of Toy Town
in Casper, Wyo., told TDmonthly
in 2007. “Right now it is head and shoulders above others [in the infant/toddler category]. It's probably been that way for two years.” Retailers reported average monthly sales of five to 25 a month.
— In summer 2008, four of 66 specialty retailers named the Oball as one of their top-selling gifts for babies. “We sell more of them because our store does gift wrapping and it makes a good topper,” said Jill Jernigan, owner of J. Christopher Toys in Jonesboro, Ark.
― Ask retailers about top-selling balls and the Oball is an answer that’s sure to come up, winning the graspable toy a TDmonthly Top Seller 2007
award. Six of 64 retailers named the Oball as a best-selling baby toy in March 2009, and two of 39 said the same a year later. “[It] is definitely the best-selling gift for babies,” stated John Naisbitt, owner of Thinker Things
in Del Mar, Calif., in June 2009.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 456 (added 9/1/2004)