Buda Ball

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Buda Ball

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Visually mesmerizing, magically satisfying.

Like a drop of water frozen in time, Buda Ball is a visual meditation that has been scientifically designed to help lower stress. As the levitating sphere hypnotically hovers in mid-air, it offers a time-stopping illusion that reminds us to slow down and take a moment to appreciate the present.

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Developed by the same innovative team behind the FLYTE Floating Lightbulb, Buda Ball uses revolutionary magnetic technology to levitate either vertically or horizontally. It truly appears weightless as it effortlessly floats within the invisible magnetic field.

Initially getting the orb to levitate is a major part of the experience that serves as its own little meditation lesson. It requires focus, patience and practice. However, when you do finally achieve “the float”, it invokes a calming feeling of pure satisfaction like realizing you can fly.

This mini-art installation is the perfect unique decor for any home, office or desk. It is an amazing conversation starter and serves as a constant reminder to always look inward toward your center of gravity to regain balance during turbulent times.

Three exceptional quality versions are available to suit any aesthetic: The light and airy "Oak", dark and elegant "Walnut", and bold and mysterious "Black".

All three measure 4.3in x 4.3in x 0.9in. The "Oak" and "Walnut" come with a gorgeous chrome floating sphere, while the "Black" comes with a beautifully contrasting gold floating sphere. (The sphere itself is 20mm / 0.70 inches diameter).

Important Care Instructions: Please keep the Buda Ball sphere away from other metals, magnets or Buda Balls to avoid damage to the sphere.

While the Buda Ball is shown in a vertical state in the trailer video, it is not recommended to put your Buda Ball in this position. Since creating the video, the creator has found that attempting to do this without proper mounting and a mastery of getting the ball to float, you can cause serious damage to your Buda Ball. So, while it is possible for the Buda Ball to operate in this position, we strongly advise against it. Vanishing Inc. will not be able to replace, or be held responsible, for any damage caused by using Buda Ball off the table in a vertical position.

Base must be plugged into a wall socket. Indoor use only.

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Customer reviews for Buda Ball

VI Monthly


I had an early version of this — a spinning disk that hovered above a chrome platform. This version is much less gaudy and more to my taste. It's an attention-getter.

VI Monthly


IT looks good and its magic.


Community questions about Buda Ball

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  • Robert asks: Can the ball be left in place hovering? Or does it have to be removed when you won't be in the room?

    • 1. Jim answers: It can be left hovering. Keep in mind, that it will use electricity while it is in use.
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  • Derek asks: Does it need to be plugged in to work?

    • 1. Richard answers: Yes.
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  • Andy asks: Is the ball incredibly light and fragile? I don't expect it to be as heavy as a ball bearing, but does it feel reasonably solid like a metal ball would?

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: The ball is very light.
  • Nigel asks: What's the dimensions of the orb?

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    • Paula asks: I understand that it has to be plugged in to work. But I would prefer a battery operated one with no wire - will that ever be an option?

      • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: Not that we're aware of. Sorry.
    • Brent asks: If we cover the base with a mat to hide it to create the illusion that it’s just part of our performance like the floating pen, will it still float?

      • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: We recommend that you do not cover the base because it will interfere with the mechanics.
    • Edward asks: Is the sphere plastic, a thin metal, or other material?

      • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: The sphere is metal.
    • Richard asks: Is it noisy at all?

      • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: No, it is tonally silent
    • Robert asks: Can this be used for a stage show?

      • 1. Donald answers: It is smaller, and would not be seen.
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    • Jack asks: Can the unit be hung on a wall as it appears to be at @00:58 in the video?

      • 1. Craig answers: With proper mounting (not included), it can work. But, it’s not recommended.
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    • Ron asks: In the trailer it shows your hand moving under the ball, above the base....as in levitation, no strings attached. Wouldn't this "break" the magnetic connection?

      • 1. Bobilliart answers: Unless you have metal on or in your hand, it shouldn't.
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    • Rick asks: Will the base also work for the floating light bulb and floating plant?

      • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: You'll need to purchase the light bulb version to be able to float one
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