Announcing ABS orange plastic 3* at .50 each. Non ITTF approved (for now) but good and spinny seamed.
ABS 3* Seamed (Box of 10)
To me these are pretty decent. They take a lot of spin like seamed balls do, but they don't feel like they're made out of soap like most brands (all but one or two really.) Not ittf approved, but legitimately 3* at least compared to other plastic. And of course, the first ORANGE PLASTIC ball I know of.
Yinhe Plastic S40+ White Seamless 3* (Box of 6)
A new version of the seamless Yinhe with different print and a red box. Said to be more durable, I have my doubts.
Gross Yinhe Plastic S40+ White Seamless 3* (Gross - 144balls)
This is just a gross price (24 boxes) of the S40+ balls listed above. I"m pricing them by the gross at well under $1 per ball.
Yinhe Plastic Blue Stamp White Seamless 3* (Box of 6)
Yinhe's seamless plastic 3* are as good as any you'll find (in fact all seamless plastic are made in the same factory by Xushoafa). This is Yinhe's best value in 3* balls.
Gross Yinhe Plastic Blue Stamp White Seamless 3* (Gross - 144balls)
This is just a gross price (24 boxes) of the blue box balls listed above. This price works out to roughly $.95 per ball.
Yinhe Plastic 40+ White Seamless 2* (Box of 10)
Box of 10 2*, purple stamp. Pretty decent.
*OUT OF STOCK till projected just after Christmas*
Yinhe Plastic 40+ White Seamless 2* (Gross)
Gross price for Yinhe 2*
Yinhe Plastic 40+ White 1* (Box of 100)
Decent for the price...ok for multiball etc. I do have a few customers that ask for these when they're out of stock, and they always sell although opinions are mixed. Being seamed they do spin pretty well and they're reasonably round, although they do have the lighter feel of the material that some other brands of seamed balls use.
DHS 3* Orange (Box of 6)
High quality 3* olympic ball, sold in 6pack. Orange only - Traditional cellulose.
Gambler Blended Poly 3*(Bag of 36)
The added poly does make the ball better than older batches, and it does feel just a little like plastic. If you need orange, this is the closest to plastic you're going to get.