Dail Behennah's stainless steel balls are based on a traditional ball from South East Asia used in a game called 'sepak raga' in Malaysia. There, it is made from rattan cane and is very light. Dail has added another layer to the traditional weave and the ball consists of 16 pieces of rope. There are thus 32 ends hidden within the ball. The rope is normally used for rigging on ships and for heavy lifting gear and although very expensive, Dail enjoys working with it because it is uniform throughout its length and is naturally springy, forming perfect circles without any Kinks or bulges.