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Boccia Basic - The Standard Set for Rehab and Recreation settings.

Boccia Basic - The Standard Set for Rehab and Recreation settings.

Boccia Basic - The Standard Set for Rehab and Recreation settings.

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Boccia Basic sets are $220 and come with an officials paddle. 

Everything you need to get started playing this great sport! 

Superior Classic - World Class Competitive Sets

Boccia Basic - The Standard Set for Rehab and Recreation settings.

Boccia Basic - The Standard Set for Rehab and Recreation settings.

Handi Life Sport  Superior Classic Sets

Superior Classic Sets are the most used Boccia Sets in the world.  They come in six different densities-  Super Soft, Soft, Medium Soft, Medium, Medium Hard, and Hard   $400 

Official Supplies

Ramps for Athletes who cannot throw or roll the ball.

Ramps for Athletes who cannot throw or roll the ball.

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 Official’s kit is available for only $55. Individual 3-meter tape costs $25, the large caliper is $25, the small caliper is $15, and the official’s paddle is $10.   Save $25 with the kit! 

Ramps for Athletes who cannot throw or roll the ball.

Ramps for Athletes who cannot throw or roll the ball.

Ramps for Athletes who cannot throw or roll the ball.

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I am a sales rep for Therafin  a USA Ramp company. You can order the  Boss, Boss360, or Hammer through my store! 

Why Purchase Handi Life Sport Boccia Sets?

There are other companies that make boccia balls.  But they are lumpy, they will not roll true and they will not last. 

Handi Life Sport makes quality boccia equipment! 

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Tactile Boccia Grid $170

Using the Tactile Boccia Grid you can now play boccia for the visually impaired. The Boccia Grid allows the player to feel the game and the position of the balls through sensing with his or her fingertips. Except for the grid, boccia without vision is played just like ordinary boccia.

The Boccia Grid is made of solid rubber, scaling the court in 1 – 40. 


Then you have the pegs, which have different shapes for the red and the blue team. The big pegs indicate the players and the small ones are the balls. The white long peg indicates the target ball and has yet another shape. This piece of sophisticated equipment makes it possible to play boccia without vision


The rubber grid and press-in pegs allow the player to scan/see the board – that is scaled to the playing area–with their fingers. The Grid is scaled to the playing area 10 cm to 1 meter. The pegs have different shapes for the red and blue teams. The larger pegs are placed in the grid to represent the players sitting position. The other pegs are placed to represent the balls on the court. 


This equipment provides a fun and excellent training of focus, tactile senses, coordination, balance, space, and perception. It enables visually impaired players to play a tactical game and compete with sighted players. Playing blind boccia is fun and a completely new challenge– also for sighted people!


The tactile boccia grid consists of:

  1. One Boccia Grid of solid rubber, scaling the court in 1-40
  2. 15 plastic pegs to insert in the Grid. The pegs have different shapes for the red and blue team—and for the peg, which indicates the white jack:

  • 1 large red peg to indicate the red player
  • 6 red pegs to indicate the 6 red balls
  • 1 large blue peg to indicate the blue player
  • 6 blue pegs to indicate the 6 blue balls
  • 1 white longer peg, to indicate the white jack