Benedict Jordan in the UK, is the first person to set a Waboba world record on Record Setter. His record? The Most Waboba Balls Held at Once – 13!
Break his record or set your own. It’s easy. Just visit www.recordsetter.com to see how.
Ever wonder why a Waboba ball bounces on water? Well thanks to the excellent Waboba research done by Professor Tadd Truscott at Brigham Young University, Daily Planet, a TV show on Discovery Channel in Canada, interviewed Tadd about his experiments with Waboba balls. Click below to watch the clip. Then skip to 3:30 and learn why!
Many thanks to Tadd Truscott and his research team for playing with Waboba and discovering the science behind it.