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Water ball

A water ball or water walking ball is a large inflatable sphere that allows a person inside it to walk across the surface of a body of water. The giant ball is usually two metres in diameter and has a zippered entrance to allow for easy entry and exit. The water ball is similar to the zorb, but it has only one layer and is designed for water travel rather than down-hill rolling. In the United Kingdom, the balls have been used at swimming pools, marinas and lakes in an effort to keep children fit.

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Step-by-step instructions in the video description below it. First part of the video shows you how to make water balls you can drink and the second part shows you how to make ones you can bite into and eat. If you want to make a water ball that's almost invisible in water, just don't add any food coloring!

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