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Carrom Balance Board
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- Cool new graphics with anti-skid strips for better control
- Great for balance and coordination
- Some assembly required
- 300 pound weight limit
- This product is not a toy It is not intended for use by children under 13 years old
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Choose the color and design that best suits you! Balance boards are a valuable conditioning tool for any athlete, fitness guru, or sports enthusiast. Balance boards help you strengthen your core, so it could improve your yoga poses, help you ski better, or even help protect you from aches and pains of daily life.
Visit our Carrom.com Blog for more details on the great benefits of balance boards or get one and find out for yourself. Fun for the whole family!
The Balance Board is a valuable conditioning tool for every athlete or exercise junky, especially for the skiing or skateboarding enthusiast. Not an athlete or exercise junky? Your kids will enjoy watching you try to stay on this thing. You will enjoy watching your kids learn balance and coordination they didn't inherit from you. It can be used in a standing, kneeling or sitting position. Fine tune your balance and coordination all while having quality family fun. Consumers Reports thinks it's pretty cool.
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I put a row of duck tape on the underside of the board surface to each side of the center rail to prevent the wheel from slipping not on the rail but on the board. No issues with slipping then. I decided to have my husband use his sockets to wrench down the bolt as far as he can get it and put lock tight on the bolt before doing so. This should prevent the bolt from working its way loose and has so far. It is a lock nut but it will not reach the lock part even if you tighten it down as far as you can. So lock tight is a good idea.
I am 160lbs and I tried the board out and seemed to be fine. I do see what some say, if you twist a bit the roller will rub the rail, but for the kids actually provides a bit more friction enabling them to use it more easily. The grip tape placement comes on this board already in place and is a bit far apart for my 9 and 7 year olds to spread their feet. I will probably head out and get some more to add a couple more strips to the pattern of 2 already started before I give it to my niece.
We used it on carpet, the carpet in the photo below and the kids had a lot of fun. My 9 year old could handle it on her own, not balancing long, but she was able to maneuver it and did so while enjoying a 30 TV show. Great fun workout right in front of the TV. My 7 year old son was not as successful and needed more direct supervision like mom holding his hands. My 5 year old fell on his butt. :) I wouldn't recommend for kids under 9 for sure. 9 is pushing it, and the grip tape needs to be modified for sure.
The kids who didn't have shoes on, instantly took off their socks as this improved their grip on the board and their ability to feel where it was going and allowed them to take a stance that was more comfortable for them. With socks on, it is obviously way too slick of a surface in the absence of the extra grip tape.
I went with the plain board after hearing how cheesy the sticker decals were. I decided to give her board a custom paint job with geometric triangles. I simply sanded and wiped the area I was going to paint, did my painting with painters tape to guide and used paint pens, then once dry gave it a clear spray top coat to seal it. Since it is her fav. colors I know she will love it, and I don't think it came out too bad personally. I like it much better than the decal choices, the natural wood is really a nice color I was pleasantly surprised. I can't wait until she opens it so everyone can try it out.
Bolt barely fit. Seems odd the board's guide binds constantly on the roller no matter how smooth you are.
It's ok on soft surface. Watch yourself on hard surface. Slides then stops!!
I could spend a good couple hours improving this thing.
Chamfer/router the track. Beeswax it up. Counter sink the bolt use round discs not square ones for strength and looks. Plus glue or add a second bolt or dowels.
I just want to practice my balance for surf snow skate without hurting myself more. . C'mon I had so much hope in this unit.
Simple look Wooden. MADE IN USA
Was so excited
Sadly it's going back.
If I had a wood shop I'd keep it actually I'd make my own.
It may work for some others but not me.
I ordered this POS in the hopes that my kids would have the same experience only to find it is a poorly constructed peice of plywood which is glued, nailed and screwed (you have to screw together) bongo rip off.
The bottom track is stapled on so poorly, the plywood wheels will not smoothly roll along the board.
Save your money!
Update after using it for about 2 years I switched to a skateboard deck and now wish I actually had a solid core all the way through. I would take the center guide off the board since it actually makes it harder to learn and I think is more dangerous.
Carrom Exercise Balance Boards since I was 25... oh well- better late than never~
It's very well made, easy to assemble and easy to take anywhere. and so much fun!!
Kids are using this more than their cell phones or video games. I barely get a turn!
I love it~