Whirly Ball Review: Floating LED Ball

Whirly Ball Review: Floating LED Ball
4.17 (83.33%) 6 votes

Whirly Ball is a gravity-defying LED ball that flies up to 15 feet high. Does it work? Read our Whirly Ball review.

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About Whirly Ball

Whirly Ball is an electric floating ball that can be used indoors or outdoors. The official product website is buywhirlyball.com, which was first registered in July 2016. Below is a screen capture of the official website from October 2016.

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Claims & Features

  • Flies up to 15 feet
  • No assembly required
  • Ages 8+
  • Gyroscope adds stability
  • Propeller blades stop on contact
  • Rechargeable via included USB cable


You can get Whirly Ball for $14.99 + $6.99 P&H. A second ball is added to your order for another $6.99, bringing your total to $28.97 for two.

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As of this writing, Whirly Ball isn’t available in stores.

Whirly Ball Review

One glance at Whirly Ball in action, and you know that kids will gravitate toward this type of toy. Resembling a mini disco ball with helicopter propellers, Whirly Ball is an electric flying toy with a built-in gyroscope.

To operate Whirly Ball, you simply flip the switch and watch it go. It appears to react to movement such as a hand or foot underneath it, which will make it rise upward. This is achieved with an infrared sensor that steers the ball away from objects below. You can use any TV remote to turn off Whirly Ball.

Once in action, Whirly Ball will rise and fall, and rise again. Kids will have fun placing their hands, feet, or even heads below it and watching it float away.

The fact that Whirly Ball is charged via USB rather than using batteries is a huge plus. You shouldn’t expect a charge to last long, as it expends a significant amount of energy keeping itself afloat. Plan on about 10 minutes of continuous use before you’ll need to recharge it.

You’ll may find Whirly Ball to be louder than expected, as those sounds aren’t really depicted in the television advertising. Kids, however, are pretty forgiving in that department, especially considering it is a toy that flashes and floats.

We’re not fans of mandatory double offers, but if that is not an issue to you, we’re certain your kids will enjoy this toy.

Overall, Whirly Ball is destined to be a popular toy that will bring kids hours of enjoyment. This could be a hot item around the holidays.


Whirly Ball appears to be inspired by, related to, or just a complete knockoff of the EpochAir Drone Helicopter Ball. That $15 product looks practically identical to Whirly Ball.

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