The Beach Behemoth Giant Inflatable 12-Foot Pole Ball

The Beach Behemoth was first recorded in writing by Spanish conquistadors in 1521, as they observed several native populations worshipping the gargantuan orbs as minor sun gods. In awe of the Behemoth’s remarkable stature, the conquistadors named it El Gigante. Then they all had a rockin’ beach party.

Measuring a ridiculous 12 feet from pole to pole, the Beach Behemoth is the largest beach ball you might ever behold. And despite its gargantuan proportions, it soars through the air and floats on water just like a regular beach ball, only it is much, much gianter. Made of thick, 30mil vinyl, don’t be afraid to get a little rough—the Behemoth can handle it. We recommend you inflate your Behemoth with an electric pump. The only human to ever attempt manual inflation is our intern, Stefano, and he’s still blowing to this day.

The Beach Behemoth Giant Inflatable 12-Foot Pole Ball

1 comment

  1. I found a funny review on Amazon about this giant ball:

    A fun way to ruin a weekend and blow 100 bucks.

    ByReid hamlinon February 3, 2018

    We took this ball to the beach and after close to 2 hours to pump it up, we pushed it around for about 10 fun filled minutes. That was when the wind picked it up and sent it huddling down the beach at about 40 knots. It destroyed everything in its path. Children screamed in terror at the giant inflatable monster that crushed their sand castles. Grown men were knocked down trying to save their families. The faster we chased it, the faster it rolled. It was like it was mocking us. Eventually, we had to stop running after it because its path of injury and destruction was going to cost us a fortune in legal fees. Rumor has it that it can still be seen stalking innocent families on the Florida panhandle. We lost it in South Carolina, so there is something to be said about its durability.

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