Balance Ball Chair, Purple
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Gaiam Balance Ball Chair, Black This revolutionary desk chair will change the way you sit. Designed with a work-life balance in mind, the Gaiam Balance Ball Chair, created with the help of chiropractic pioneer Dr. Randy Weinzoft, provides the all-day ergonomic support needed while sitting for a long duration. Feel better at your workplace by utilizing this alternative chair solution that encourages wellness and helps to soothe the aches and pains that come from sitting at a desk for extended periods of time.
- Ergonomic back support and spinal alignment
- Strengthens your core as you sit
- Easy one-tool assembly
- Stable, yet lightweight base is made from molded PVC
- Designed for heights of 5â-5â11″ and weights up to 300 lbs.
- Desktop workout guide provides an effective low-impact workout and stretching routine
- Rolling, lockable caster wheels
- Latex-free, anti-burst 52cm balance ball
- 24-25″ sitting height
- Measurements: 22″W x 31″H x 22″D; 13 lbs.
- Compatibility: 52cm balance ball.
- Your choice of color
- Manufacturer’s warranty included (see product guarantee)
As far as comfort? The ball ends up being a lot firmer than I realized it would be, but that's better for your posture. I appreciate that it fits under my desk so that I can have that space open when I need it. I spend a lot of time at work sitting, so I appreciate that I'm getting some work on my core while at my desk. A worthwhile investment.
I’ve yet to have one last more than 3 years. They are cheap and twice the plastic broke where the wheels go in. I however gorilla glued it and it’s worked for a while since. For the price, that’s about what I’d expect.
This most recent purchase I thought I got the wrong size ball. Turns out you just need to keep inflating it, it will grow. See my pics.
Otherwise, good chair.
This is what you need to do:
1) Blow up the ball
2) Assemble the stand
3) Wait like an hour and BLOW UP THE BALL AGAIN
4) it just needs to stretch!!
5) Sit on the ball, 'test' it out
6) Throughout the next day or two of using it, continue to pump up the ball with air, and BOOM
The ball is a NORMAL SIZE.
Very happy now (Last picture) Ball in office.
Gaiam Balance Ball Chair Leg Extenders
, I am now able to use my yoga ball chair! I was originally going to have to give it away or sell it because, by itself, it sits too low for me to use at my desk. I was so disappointed. I thought it might work better with a larger yoga ball, and when I was shopping for one I came across the Gaiam Balance Ball Chair Leg Extenders, which have solved the problem. I'm a 5'7" woman, so I'm not too short for the chair - it's just too low by itself. Sitting on the ball (with the extenders attached) makes my back feel great. My butt does get a little tingly after sitting for a while, but this is not a huge problem; it reminds me to get up and stretch. I probably need to inflate the ball some more. I love the bright green color.
I was really worried it would be too short for my desk, but it was perfect (I'm 5'9) and I didnt' need to purchase the leg extenders I've seen. It's actually a little higher than my traditional office chair. Putting it together took about 20 minutes. The longest part was pumping up the ball, but the pump they send makes this a painless process. It pumps air on each upward and downward stroke instead of only one way like a traditional bicycle pump.
I used to sit on just a giant exercise ball, but it kept getting holes in it and I got sick of replacing the exercise ball. With the base on this, that's something I never have to worry about. The base does provide more stability. This isn't the same workout I would get sitting on a loose exercise ball. But with my recent injury, that's perfect for me. The wheels on the base move decently. I've found myself shifting my weight to my legs a little bit when I want to roll somewhere. I haven't accidentally locked the wheels as others have reported, that hasn't been an issue for me at all.
Overall, I'm super happy I got this!