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Huffy Sports - Twilight Balls

Have you ever had to quit a great game of basketball or football because it's too dark to play outside? Well, darkness no longer has to be a reason for a great game to end.

Huffy Sports has made a glow in the dark basketball, soccerball, football and volleyball. This means you can play your favorite sports at any time of the day or night. You and your friends could kick off a game of football at midnight or play a game of 21 at three in the morning. You could be playing b-ball 24-7!

The Huffy Twilight Balls are a high quality ball with a special light that operates on three small batteries. The light is basically indestructible and isn't affected by the pounding, kicking, bouncing or bad weather that all balls go through. To turn the ball on, all you need to do is insert a small inflating needle into a hole on the side of the ball. The needle makes contact with a switch inside the ball and the light turns on. The light will automatically switch off if the ball isn't used for more than five minutes - so you don't have to worry about forgetting to turn the switch off. All you have to worry about is playing ball.

The Huffy Twilight Balls cost between $15 and $25 US and are available at most cool sporting stores. You can also check 'em out by clicking here.

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    Solemn_Angel
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