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Mirror balls and disco balls can be just the thing to get your party hopping. Also known as disco balls, these create dazzling shafts of light across the floor. Our mirror balls are perfect for DJs, dance floors, clubs and parties, or use them to spice up your bedroom or dorm room. Add a motor to make it spin and a Pinspot to light it up.
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2 inch Mirror Ball 2" Mirror Ball 6-Pack
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4 inch Mirror Ball 4 Mirror Ball"
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8 Mirror Ball" 8 Mirror Ball"
Regular Price: $55.98
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12" Mirror Ball 12" Mirror Ball
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1 RPM Mirrorball Motor 1 RPM Mirrorball Motor
Regular Price: $39.95
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3 RPM Mirrorball Motor 3 RPM Mirrorball Motor
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1.5 RPM Mirrorball Motor Mirror Ball Motor - Heavy Duty
Regular Price: $39.98
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Eliminator Lighting Decor MBSK Mirror Ball Stand Eliminator Lighting Decor MBSK Mirror Ball Stand
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Disco Mirror Balls

Welcome to your one stop online shop for disco supplies where we offer disco lighting, and full size disco balls, along with other DJ lighting and moving disco ball supplies. Whether you are looking for shiny disco balls, for disco lights, a quality disco ball motor luxury disco mirror ball lighting, or for a high quality mirror disco ball, a complete disco ball light kit, revolving lights, and a spinning disco mirror ball; we offer all of the mirror ball and other lighting supplies you need. A disco ball, mirror balls, or ball mirror is a roughly spherical object that reflects light directed at it in many directions, producing a complex display. Its surface consists of hundreds or thousands of facets, nearly all of approximately the same shape and size, and each having a mirrored ball outer surface. Usually it is mounted well above the heads of the people present, suspended from a device that causes it to rotate steadily on a vertical axis so that stationary viewers experience beams of light flashing over them. What are now called "disco balls" were first used in nightclubs in the 1920's. An early example can be seen in the nightclub sequence of Berlin: Die Sinfonie der Gro▀stadt, a German silent film from 1927. In the 1970s, these devices were a standard accompaniment to disco music, and by the end of the 20th century, the name "disco ball" had largely eclipsed the earlier names that had been applied to the object. Also check out disco balls mirror balls and would like to congratulate Black Tie Entertainmentfor their achievement as one of northeist ohio's top dj services. You can find them at