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Gaiam conventional stability ball chair – exercise balance yoga ball top class ergonomic chair for domestic and office table with air pump, exercise guide and delight guarantee

(5 customer reviews)

$74.10$76.89

  • make sure this fits by means of coming into your model quantity.
  • boost electricity & attention: micro-moves from sitting on a balance ball chair paintings to engage the frame and thoughts, main to higher power tiers and accelerated productiveness and attention at home, within the lecture room at faculty or at your desk in the workplace
  • recommended person top: designed for users five feet to 5 toes 11 inches tall and suits maximum preferred height desks. For a taller chair, add 2 inches with the gaiam leg extenders (offered one by one) weight capacity = 300poundss
  • ball chair consists of: detachable 52 centimeter exercising ball, chair base, assist bar, metallic ball holder, four smooth-drift caster wheels (2 lockable), air pump, desktop exercise manual (minor meeting/setup required – see packaging for info) weight = 13pounds
  • inflation note: it is able to be important to re inflate the ball after initial inflation to permit the ball’s material to stretch to its final length. Inflate ball with air, let stand for twenty-four hours, deflate 50%, then fill again to 52 centimeter peak
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the health revolution is right here. At gaiam we know health. We recognize a good go with the flow while we’re in one. For over 25 years we’ve been making health part of our lives. And that’s why every gaiam product is designed, sourced and produced together with your wishes in mind. We were there to your first ‘rollup’, and we’ll be there for the entirety that comes next. So that you can say yes to a higher you.

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say yes to a higher you.

gaiam conventional stability ball chair

this innovative desk chair will change the manner you sit down.

sense higher at your place of business by means of utilising this opportunity chair solution that encourages health and enables to soothe the aches and pains that come from sitting at a table for extended intervals of time.

  • promotes micro moves and constant stimulation of the frame – the mind will experience a heightened feel attention and attention
  • designed for users five-feet to 5-feet, eleven-inches tall; 300-pound weight capacity
  • for customers which could require a little more boost, the gaiam leg extenders add 2 inches of top to your chair
  • for first-class outcomes, it can be important to re-inflate your new balance ball once or twice after the preliminary inflation
  • functions

    advantages

    this precise chair employs the same balance ball used on your exercise recurring, but with a returned assist bar, 4 clean-glide caster wheels (2 locking again and a couple of normal the front), cozy metal ball holder, an air pump, and a computer manual to assist hold you moving.

    the height of the again of the chair is two. Five ft tall. The base measures 20 inches huge from one facet of the wheels to the other. Some fundamental meeting required.

    for fine effects, it can be necessary to re-inflate your new balance ball once or twice after the preliminary inflation permitting the ball a day or to ‘stretch’ to its final size (which ought to then fit perfectly inside the base).

    inflate ball with air, permit stand for 24 hours, deflate 50% then fill once more to 52cm height.

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    Black, Blue, Cool Grey, Forest, Fuchsia, Green, Purple

    5 reviews for Gaiam conventional stability ball chair – exercise balance yoga ball top class ergonomic chair for domestic and office table with air pump, exercise guide and delight guarantee

    1. Emma B.

      First off, all of these 1 star reviews with pictures…completely misleading. Half of them don’t have the ball inflated all the way, the other half put the back rest on backwards! lol YOU HAVE TO AIR THE BALL UP SLOWLY. Once it’s at room temp, stretch the ball material away, so the sides aren’t sticking together. Inflate as much as it will go, YES IT WILL LOOK SMALL! Wait about 24 hours, release about 50% of the air, and refill again. This time you’ll notice that it’s gotten a lot bigger. If it still doesn’t fit like the photos show, make sure your back rest is facing the right way. This material can take a while to stretch out. Even if you choose to not read the instructions, the assembly is incredibly easy. At first, I was afraid that it would be too low, however if you follow the instructions on properly inflating the ball, it’s actually at a perfect height for my desk. Im 5’4″ When seated, whether I’m more toward the front or up against the backrest, I immediately notice a difference in my posture. I have had an out-of-place SI joint and constant spine problems for years now. If you sit at a desk all day, this really helps to alleviate any pressure on your sacroiliac joints, along with the sacrum itself. Read more

    2. 300pix

      Let me just say that I loved this chair when it first arrived- but the metal bar broke after two months and I only weigh 125 pounds. I contacted Gaiam and forwarded them photos and asked for a replacement part and they responded saying I needed more photos of the logo, etc. When I provided proof, they said they would send it out immediately, but I waited and waited and waited. It took them weeks and when the package arrived there was no metal bar but two lug nuts. Heck, I have lug nuts in my tool kit. I needed the metal bar that holds the ball in place. So I contacted them again and I am suspecting that given the time frame for the first request- the second isn’t going to be a quick fix. So consider this item a temporary chair, cheaply made and read the one star reviews before purchasing. There is no reason for the metal bar to snap unless it was made of substandard materials and the customer service guarantees are only as good as the people who read the emails and understand prompt and correct replacement parts. Read more

    3. H. Fouts

      Gaiam refused to publish my review on their website because it shed some unfavorable light on a known issue with this item. The metal (chrome) bar that tries to help hold the ball in place atop the base is of inferior quality and breaks after a few months of gentle/careful use on either low pile carpet or bare floor. There are so many reviews about this on the Gaiam website – it is officially a “known issue”. Gaiam will send you a replacement bar but there is currently a three month waiting list. The ETA for mine has been extended twice already. If Gaiam “knows” this is an issue, why have they not made improvements? I have reached out to Gaiam Customer Service a few times over the past several weeks (while waiting for my replacement bar) to find out if/when they will begin selling these chairs with an upgraded bar but have yet to receive a response (or acknowledgement) to my question. Since I have experience using an exercise ball as a chair, I still sit on this chair with the missing bar. However, a handful of times the chair has shot out from underneath me because the ball started to roll out of the base – and I use this chair at work directly atop hard wood flooring. I would highly recommend this chair for “desk jockeys” as it does encourage good posture and helps strengthen my core and lumbar regions. However, I would wait to see when/if Gaiam begins using higher quality material for the “metal” bar. Read more

    4. Michelle

      For all the 1-star reviews saying that the ball is too small…please read the directions about how to properly inflate the ball. It needs to be done in two sessions, to allow the ball to stretch to its full size. First, inflate it as far as it will comfortably go. Put the plug in. Wait a day or two. Then add more air and it will easily achieve 52cm. I effortlessly got mine too large and had to let out some air. The ball does gradually lose air over time, so it needs to be “topped off” every few months or so if using it often. The downside to this ball chair, in my household, is that the ball is NOT cat-proof. On a whim, my 18-lb cat decided to mount the ball. We heard a pop! and then a slow swishing sound. Now we just have a sad, crumpled, wad of rubber laying in the base of the chair frame. Needless to say, I’m here to purchase a replacement ball. Read more

    5. Kindle Customer

      OK, so I rarely decide to come here and post reviews, especially negative ones. But this is one of the worst products I’ve ever bought from Amazon. The ball that came with this is tiny – so small that it won’t actually sit in the holder for the chair and falls through to the floor, even when fully inflated. There is no way this is the correct yoga ball that is supposed to go with this chair. For comparison, it is not much larger than a standard basketball and is approximately the same size as a small little bouncing ball that my we got for my son when he was one year old and about 30 inches tall. That he still sometimes sits on and is too big for at age 2. Just really terrible. I asked my wife to buy me this gaiam balance chair because one of my colleagues has one at work that he uses for an office chair. But this one I can’t really even use to sit at my coffee table . . . . (EDIT: to show the “yoga ball” is approximately the size as a ball toy for a 1 year old baby) Read more

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