As Seen On TV: Knocker Ball Commercial


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    The Product: Knocker Ball

    The Promise: “The Hot New Contact Sport That’s Hitting Amercia!”

    The Total Price: 1 Knocker Ball for $249.99 + $17.99 P&H.



What Is Knocker Ball

“Knockerball is a single chamber inflatable sphere with inner handles and adjustable shoulder straps. Knockerballs range from 1.2 Meters to 1.5 Meters and the size or fit is predicated on your height. Knockerballs can be used singularly to perfect your rolls, flips, and wheels. “KnockerBallers” describe the sensation as almost defying gravity, just imagine the sensation and mobility that a Knockerball allows you to experience without putting any stress on the body. With two or more Knockerballs the experience is catapulted into rip roaring laughter, exhilarating knocks and rolls that will keep you coming back for more. Organizing a KnockerSoccer game is truly a blast but we will warn you, organized games generally break down into literal knock down chaos with the only resulting pain being from laughing so hard and having way too much fun.”

“This sport is so new and we are proud to be instrumental in introducing one of the coolest products to come along in a long time to the U.S.A. Till now, Knockerball or “bubble soccer” has been gaining traction in Europe, Australia, Japan, and elsewhere. Leagues are opening up all over the United States so isn’t it time you “GET IN THE BALL” and see what you’ve been missing?”

– Direct Quote from the Knocker Soccer website
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What are YOUR thoughts about Knocker Ball? Be sure to let us know in the comments below!

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23 comments on “As Seen On TV: Knocker Ball Commercial
  1. neveen jo says:

    looks really fun

  2. Bearded Dragon Man 1997 says:

    Looks fun

  3. Ana Ximena Donayre says:

    U can by them in my county for $7.98

  4. JacksonEbert says:

    I make fun of most of this shit BUT OH MY GOD THIS LOOKS AMAZING

  5. trashbag99 says:

    the summersalt training object

  6. itisme3257 says:

    I’ve been in one of these! Your nose still gets massively hurt! :-(

  7. Anastasia zaw says:

    What if this deflates around your head? you could suffocate

  8. Magyar Attila says:

    THE ACCENT :|

  9. Shane Trusty says:

    Although a bit expensive, Knocker Ball looks like it would be so much fun! Check out the commercial below or watch it over at my blog.http://asseenontvblog.net/index.php/as-seen-on-tv-knocker-ball-commercial/ #asseenontv #asotv #knockerball

  10. Saba Soulayman says:

    How much is it

  11. BemaniFan says:

    Omg an as seen on tv product that looks awesome

  12. Thomas Romero says:

    Unga bunga

  13. taniyah chaulk says:

    I want it!

  14. Ethan Graff says:

    This thing is crap, its like 250 dollars for a piece of plastic!!!! RIP OFF!!!

  15. National Bubble Soccer says:

    Thought it might be appropriate to let you know what exactly you’re buying with these since there is no disclosure on their website about their product at all. Knockerball contacted us to supply our leagues around the country with their product, the reason we refused are because first of all, our bumper balls are the best in the world, period. The second reason is because Knockerballs are just cheap PVC balls. Poly-vinyl chloride, or PVC for short is the same stuff used in plumbing for water pipes, the same pipes that when they freeze in the winter time, explode all over your house. The plastic resin is a structurally poor and inflexible resin which makes it not particularly safe for use over the long-term. When we asked why they were using PVC instead of a stronger, more flexible plastic resin, they said because they can’t make a profit on the better quality resin (and therein lies the truth). If you’re going to be spending this much money on a bumper ball, its important to know what you’re getting for your money. If you want the best, feel free to reach out to us. We’d put our equipment up against Knockerballs any day because we have seen PVC balls fail time and time again. You can’t hide the truth. http://www.nationalbubblesoccer.com

  16. Bill says:

    Thought it might be appropriate to let you know what exactly you’re buying with these since there is no disclosure on their website about their product at all. Knockerball contacted us to supply our leagues around the country with their product, the reason we refused are because first of all, our bumper balls are the best in the world, period. The second reason is because Knockerballs are just cheap PVC balls. Poly-vinyl chloride, or PVC for short is the same stuff used in plumbing for water pipes, the same pipes that when they freeze in the winter time, explode all over your house. The plastic resin is a structurally poor and inflexible resin which makes it not particularly safe for use over the long-term. When we asked why they were using PVC instead of a stronger, more flexible plastic resin, they said because they can’t make a profit on the better quality resin (and therein lies the truth). If you’re going to be spending this much money on a bumper ball, its important to know what you’re getting for your money. If you want the best, feel free to reach out to us. We’d put our equipment up against Knockerballs any day because we have seen PVC balls fail time and time again. You can’t hide the truth.
    http://www.nationalbubblesoccer.com

  17. claire h says:

    It’s not as fun as it looks…trust me.

  18. TerrencePhillip66 says:

    This is the future of football.

  19. Joey Santiago says:

    Shut the f$%k up and take my money!!

  20. badvideoguys says:

    Man I’m used to this music at the end of a rooster teeth video

  21. Miss Amanda's world says:

    Looks stupid you can’t even fully get into it to have full fun roll around.

  22. Little miss says:

    You can guarantee that some idiots gonna jump off a roof with this

  23. Luther Mccoy says:

    Bubble soccer is really an awesome game, both as a sport and pure entertainment. And not to mention it’s perfectly safe to play almost for everyone. Thanks for this nice post on that . I really like to play bubble soccer. Good job.

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