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Glow In the Dark Basketball – Can you dribble in the pale moonlight?

Nite Brite Glow In the Dark Basketball – Can you dribble in the pale moonlight?
If you’ve ever played basketball at night, you know what it’s like for the ball to bounce away into the darkness. It can take you a while to find it, if at all. While you don’t want your basketball to be lit up with LEDs or any nonsense like that, it would be nice if you had at least some semblance of where it trailed off to.

The Nite Brite Glow in the Dark Basketball will help you keep your eye on the ball, even it’s it’s dark out! You will need to set this in front of a light source for a while, but it will be much easier to see. If it’s like most of the other glow in the dark this or that, then it will likely only be bright for about 30 minutes before you need to “charge” it again. It’ll cost you about $19, and seems like it would be fun once all this snow and ice has passed.

 Glow In the Dark Basketball – Can you dribble in the pale moonlight?

caitlyn – who has written posts on The Red Ferret Journal.


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