Our Inflatable Giant Human Hamster Zorb Balls are a unique and exciting way to experience the thrill of 360 degree fun. Whether standing up or sitting down, you’ll have a blast rolling around on a grassy field or gym For even more fun, add a second Inflatable Giant Human Hamster Zorb Balls to create competitions. Big enough (and safe enough) for both kids and adults, it’s like nothing you’ve ever experienced (unless you’re a hamster)!
These Inflatable Giant Human Hamster Zorb Balls are just one of the exhilarating activities we offer to our Monterey Bay Area/ San Jose/ San Francisco area customers. Join the thousands of satisfied kids, teenagers and grown-ups who have experienced the thrill of our heart-pounding activities at birthday parties, corporate events, summer camps and more.
Inflatable Giant Human Hamster Zorb Balls Features
Get inside and get that ball rolling! Two competitors step into their own gladiator style human sphere. Players use their hands and feet to rotate and move the spheres from the inside as they race against their opponent for the victory! The clear vinyl, spheres are ultra durable and easy to set-up.
PERFECT FOR: All special events and venues, great for fundraising events, carnival theme events, church events, concerts and community events.
- Ages: 9 and up
- Number of Participants at Once: 1 per ball
- Maximum passenger load per ball: 225 lbs.
- Number of Participants Per/Hour: ~ 30 / hour
- Set Up Time: 30 – 45 minutes
- Space Required: 12 ft. X 12 ft. spheres. Need large, fairly level grassy area.
- Set Up Surface: Fairly level, any surface
- Electrical Requirements: (1) 110v 15 amp circuit
- Volunteer Requirements: (1) full-time volunteer per ball
2 balls for 3 hrs $449.00
2 balls for 4 hrs $549.00
4 balls for 3 hrs $699.00
4 balls for 4 hrs $899.00
Track available for additional $395.00
staffing is available for an additional charge
We stock 16 human hamster balls call us if you would like a quote on more than a 4 ball rental.
We do have event minimums for most cities please call us to ask about event minimums.