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Amateur Ping Pong Balls

$4.25 PKG (24)
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Amateur Ping Pong Balls
Perfectly suitable for all your non-professional ping-pong-ball applications. These guys are white-ish, with a visible seam, and are 37mm in dia, as opposed to the standard 40mm or the former standard 38mm professional ping-pong balls. Priced so you can buy enough to do any number of clever things with them.
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Superish Ball
CJ, our Regional Vice-President for Rebound Ranking, rates these two-toned spectrum-o-colors 1-11/16” dia (almost exactly golf-ball size) rubber balls. And they’re just shy of super-ball status. Call it a Bouncier-than-average Ball and buy a bunch.
$3.50 PKG (3)
Isaac Newton In The Dark
OK, glass with blue LEDs, but still. This is a Newton’s Cradle, always seen with steel ball bearings, but this time with frosted glass balls glowing a stunning bright blue while they swing on wires and prove Newton’s Third Law, and if you have to look that up you shouldn’t be reading this catalog in the first place. Just kidding--it says that for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction. You knew that. Newton would have ordered multiples of this beauty for all of his friends. Measures 7-3/4" tall on a 7" x 6" base with the standard (5) globes. You add (6) “AA” batteries for the glow.
$39.95 EACH
Unusual Object
Closest we can come is that this was part of a meter kit, but we don't know what part. It's a 1/2" long x 3/8" wide nearly triangular black-plastic tube with sheave through the center, attached to a 7/16" x 13/16" thin wire frame with a mounting hole. Looks like the rear sight on Spock's phaser, but may have been a bobbin or wire guide of some sort.
$2.50 PKG (10)
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