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Best Tetherball Sets

Updated November 2018
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    Tetherball has been found on playgrounds across the country for a very long time, but you can also bring the game to your own home with a tetherball set. Most sets include a collapsible pole, a ball, and nylon string to connect the two. If you’re a serious tetherball player you can also find permanent poles that you can install. Most tetherballs are quite hard, which is good if you’re an adult and know how to play. But if children are going to be using the tetherball set that you’ll want to look for a ball that more resembles a kickball in weight and surface tension. When you buy a tetherball set we also recommend picking up some extra string from the same brand so you’re ready when the original string frays.

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