Fushigi Ball

May 9, 2010  
Categories: Kids

 

Fushigi Magic Gravity BallThe Fushigi Magic Gravity Ball is the new sensation that lets you mesmerize the mind and confuse the senses.

It is a form of contact juggling where you make the magic ball appear to move on its own or even appear to floating in thin air.

Not only is the Fushigi an amazing to show off, it is also an incredible and therapeutic form of relaxation.

Anyone can learn to use the Fushigi no matter their age. It is simple and you don’t have to been a magician or a professional either.

With the include instructions and tutorial DVD, you can learn how to master the Fushigi, mesmerize the mind, confuse the senses, and blow away your friends with cool tricks  in no time.

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With this current offer you can order the Fushigi Magic Gravity Ball for just $19.99 plus the cost of shipping and handling.

A free Instructional DVD that is valued at $40 is included inside. It shows you the basics of using the Fushigi Ball and has step by step instructions on how to perform the cool tricks.

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35 Comments on "Fushigi Ball"

  1. Steve on Fri, 9th Apr 2010 2:46 am 

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    The appearance of a floating ball is an illusion that’s been around for at least 20 years, thus the “magic” angle to this product. The balls are made of acrylic, a very hard plastic, and appear to float like bubbles if you put in the time and effort.

    From what I understand, Michael Moschen was the first to pioneer the use of these acrylic balls which the Fushigi marketers have decided to call their own, while also laying claim to the art form that has existed for decades, and in some cases, even hundreds of years.

    You can find a wealth of information on the balls sold by Fushigi by doing a web search for “contact balls”, “acrylic balls” and “contact juggling”. If you want to know more about this art form, this is an easy way to connect with the vast community that has formed over the past 15 years.

  2. Yuval on Sun, 2nd May 2010 4:01 pm 

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    You control the Fushigi ball with your hands.
    There is no real magic in it.However it is quite amazing to see it.You can learn the tricks for using Fushigi ball by doing youtube search,and again it is very lovely to watch.

  3. sparkie on Thu, 10th Jun 2010 7:49 pm 

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    can you buy this in a store?

  4. Bella on Fri, 11th Jun 2010 4:13 pm 

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    The first time I saw this was in the David Bowie movie Labyrinth.. I might have been 7 years old. Great marketing ploy, but as said, it’s been around for quite a while.

  5. Ben Buttowski on Mon, 14th Jun 2010 7:13 am 

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    where do you get these things in a store

  6. savannah on Sun, 20th Jun 2010 8:43 pm 

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    the very first time i saw this ball was in jim henson movie the labrinth.the labrinth is my favorite movie.i have been watching that movie since i was 5 now i’m 10 and i still watch it.that’s why i want this ball more than anyone in the world

  7. RoCc1TySl1m on Mon, 21st Jun 2010 5:57 am 

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    I actually think the ball is kinda nifty….anything to capture the eye and keep a bunch of rowdy kids quiet works for me…tru story the ball is an old gimmick but all the folks sayin it’s nothin extraordinary didn’t come up with the idea to bring it out of the movie and to the mainstream for all to enjoy.. so don’t hate. congratulate and appreciate.

  8. David Carpenter on Tue, 22nd Jun 2010 10:11 am 

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    looks real cool, Can’t wait to get it.

  9. thomas on Tue, 22nd Jun 2010 10:25 pm 

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    is it in stores

  10. fredricia jones on Wed, 23rd Jun 2010 9:50 am 

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    wow i wish i had a fushigi ball……..

  11. dalton on Wed, 23rd Jun 2010 11:59 am 

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    I WISH I COOD HAVE ONE

  12. Lewis on Mon, 28th Jun 2010 2:52 pm 

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    Are they in stores?

  13. pinster on Tue, 29th Jun 2010 8:19 am 

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    im 18 and i love this product. Its amazing idoesnt float but it is a levitation technic which confuses the mind and the eyes.

  14. hannah on Wed, 30th Jun 2010 5:26 pm 

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    i want the fushigi ball so bad! can you get it in stores?

  15. jose on Fri, 2nd Jul 2010 7:12 pm 

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    is the tv the only way to buy this ,how about the store? ):

  16. chris on Wed, 7th Jul 2010 9:41 pm 

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    i want a fushigi ball so very bad!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  17. Alex on Wed, 7th Jul 2010 9:44 pm 

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    I’m dying to get one!!!!!! When are they available in stores?
    Will they be available in stores?

  18. Rose on Sat, 10th Jul 2010 9:42 pm 

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    I think they are cool looking,I’m getting one for my lil bro:)

  19. katie on Tue, 13th Jul 2010 10:12 am 

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    I THINK THIS IS SO KOOL!!!!! I HAVE GOT TO HAVE THIS

  20. renee hoffman on Thu, 15th Jul 2010 12:05 pm 

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    I love Fushigi i want it really bad iv got to have this gravity ball right know!!!!!! if any body knows me im on facebook!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  21. ashley on Fri, 16th Jul 2010 8:20 am 

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    can u only buy fushigi on tv???????? i hope u can buy them in stores there so cool i have to buy it

  22. ccsuccess on Mon, 19th Jul 2010 10:57 am 

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    AMAZON, EBAY, BOTH HAVE MAGIC BALLS DIFFERENT COLORS. SAME THING AS THIS JUST DIFFERENT NAME BRAND. WORKS THE SAME. WE ARE ALSO LABYRINTH FANS

  23. Fushigi on Sun, 1st Aug 2010 1:26 am 

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    It takes a little time to learn and master the fushigi, but once you do you can pull off some cool tricks.

  24. Debra on Mon, 2nd Aug 2010 7:01 pm 

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    Can u tell me alittle bout this ball. My son wants it for his birthday and obese wanting to know alitte more bout it and what it does.thank you Debra

  25. kellie on Thu, 12th Aug 2010 5:45 pm 

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    can you buy the fushigi ball in stores?

  26. Jenn on Fri, 27th Aug 2010 10:01 am 

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    Not in stores yet. Only on website or off tv from what I have found out.

  27. Nate on Sun, 29th Aug 2010 6:43 pm 

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    the Labyrinth baby. they should have called it the bowie ball. dance magic dance….

  28. Jason on Wed, 8th Sep 2010 12:06 pm 

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    Its actually not that hard to learn. I had it for 2 days and I’m already getting the hang of it and can do quite a lot of the tricks.

  29. Chris on Sun, 12th Sep 2010 1:28 pm 

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    Does any one know if there is any difference between the normal fushigi and the glow in the dark one besides the appearance. Like can you still do the same tricks with both? And if it is worth the extra $10?

  30. Kyle on Fri, 15th Oct 2010 11:04 am 

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    This is definitely my new addiction! I had never heard of contact juggling until I saw a commercial for this a while back. I picked up one recently and I seriously can’t put it down. I’m starting to get better at the moves they show in the DVD you get when you buy it. My friends are constantly using it at my house when they come over too. Overall, lots of fun and a great way to relax!

  31. Steven on Tue, 9th Nov 2010 6:59 pm 

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    The Fushigi is definitely awesome. After watching the DVD I can do lots of tricks already.

  32. david honcho on Wed, 24th Nov 2010 6:27 pm 

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    i got this product but cant learn how to use it

  33. dave on Thu, 16th Dec 2010 11:55 am 

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    I have found this ball at bed,bath and beyond

  34. peg on Mon, 14th Mar 2011 12:17 pm 

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    Bought one at Target yesterday, as a birthday present for my grandson, hope he likes it.

  35. johu on Sun, 10th Apr 2011 3:36 pm 

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    fushigi is sweet try it

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