Earthball, Inflatable Earth Globe from satellite images, Glow in the Dark Cities is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to

This inflatable Earth gets lots of attention for its detail from the thousands of NASA satellite photos that went into the splendid view. Yes, you can use it as a beach ball, but you'll also want it for its educational value. 16 page Global Handbook. Vinyl. 16" diameter.

Product Features

  • Size: 16" in diameter
  • NASA imagery composite of the earth
  • Play with it, learn from it
  • Satellite image composite of the surface of the Earth.

3 comments on “Earthball, Inflatable Earth Globe from satellite images, Glow in the Dark Cities”

  1. It's a beach-ball Earth, exactly as I expected. It's a photo-realistic model of the Earth as you'd see it from space, in a beach-ball format. It has noticeable seams that stick up where the printed sections have been joined, and although I blew it up to be as full and round as possible it has lost a bit of air in the past few days. If you're looking for a perfect model where you can see every little ground feature this isn't for you since the cloud cover is "realistic". If you're looking for a 16" ball to represent the Earth...

  2. Arrived with leaks. Please fix this product! This arrived with not one but TWO leaks along the seams. Clearly manufacturing defects. A patch kit was included, so I guess that means this happens a lot. You know what would be better than including a patch kit? Ship a product that isn't broken!I really wish this worked because I love the idea of a globe based on satellite pictures. It is so hard to find a globe that isn't covered in color coded countries. Those are fine for present day political geography, but what about...

  3. Misleading info on Amazon I bought this based on the information in the Amazon web page. The illustrations there show a nice round ball with no visible seams. I think they photoshopped it a bit much. The globe is more angular than round, even after two weeks inflation. And the seams are big and ugly. Ok as a toy but I wanted to use it as a globe/a representation of our Earth in space. At this it fails.

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