Isokinetics Inc. Adjustable Back Exercise Ball Office Chair - Standard or (Exclusive) "Tall Boy" Frame Height - with 52cm Ball - Office size 60mm/2.5" wheels - w/Starter Pump and Ball Measuring Tape
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- STANDARD HEIGHT ball chair frame with office size 60mm (2.5") wheels, which provide a smoother, quieter rolling experience versus 50mm (2") used on other brands. Our weight-bearing, adjustable seat back is ideal for work or home use. It can be adjusted from a firm lower back support to a comfortable laid back position. Search YouTube (isokinetics inc) for a video demo of this chair. PLEASE test sitting heights (see bullet point) at home before you choose between our Standard or Tall Boy frame
- SITTING HEIGHT: Measurements require ball filled to 52cm (with ball on floor, 20.5" measured straight up to a line level with ball top). Each person is different, but the Standard frame user height range is about 5' 0" to 5' 11". We recommend you test sitting heights at home before buying. In the frame, the ball top is 23.5" unsat on. Seated, a 135 lb person sits about 19.5" off the ground; 150 lb, 19"; 175 lb, 18.5" & 200 lb, 18". By comparison, basic solid seat chairs are 17" to 18" high
- PLEASE NOTE: Height adapters that add 2" (sold by other sellers) do not fit any model of Isokinetics Inc. brand ball chairs. Please choose between our Standard or Tall Boy frame height. CHAIR DIMENSIONS: 21"W x 22"D; seat back adjusts up/down from 32" to 34". Weighs 15 pounds
- IN BOX: Rolling ball base and adjustable back in solid black, 4 60mm (2.5") wheels, 2 of which are lockable, a reinforced black metal ball retaining bar, a 52cm Isokinetics Inc. branded ball, a small starter pump, our exclusive ball measuring tape, Isokinetics Inc. Contact and Warranty sheet, assembly instructions and basic exercise guide. We guarantee our ball will inflate to 52cm (20.5"). See our YouTube video on proper ball inflation (search isokinetics inc)
- WE GUARANTEE our chair frame AND ball for 1 year. We also guarantee our 52cm (20.5") ball will fill to its intended size. Read included instructions and watch our YouTube video (search isokinetics inc). Final ball measurement, with ball sitting on the floor, is 52 cm or 20.5" measured straight up from floor to the point level with the ball top. Call us if you have questions
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Adjustable Metal Ball Chair
Our metal ball chair frame is from the original manufacturer and we modified them to include 60mm, office size wheels, 2 frame colors and a large choice of ball colors. There are 4 leg height positions and 4 back rest positions. Adjustability and options make it a great choice for office, school or home.
Standard Height Plastic Frame Ball Chair
Our plastic frame ball chair comes with 60mm, office size wheels, a 52cm ball in a choice of colors and a reinforced black metal ball retaining bar. This was our first ball chair, introduced over 10 years ago.
Adjustable Back Office Ball Chair
We were the first to bring the adjustable back ball chair to the US market. Our version includes 60mm, office size wheels and a 52cm ball. The back on this chair is heavy duty and bears your full weight. It adjusts so you can lean back or provide additional lower back support to keep you sitting up straight.
"Tall Boy" Ball Chair
Our customers spoke, and we listened. In response to requests for a taller chair, we created an exclusive version of our plastic ball chair that is 2" higher than the standard height version. Our ground up design fully integrates the extra height in the construction that allows for full structural integrity. Available in our standard back frame and adjustable back frame.
Color: Black Ball
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1. The ball is at least two inches small for my desk and I'm 5'8". Buy the regular size if you are six feet or taller. Otherwise buy the large size, BUT see below.
2. The ball will not hold air, it kept popping the air plug every day. All you have to do is sit on it, maybe change your position. POP goes the plug. Look Isokinetics. I weigh 160 pounds. Isokinetics, you can't find an exercise ball with a plug secure enough to hold a 160 pound person? Seriously, Isokinetics? So I just bought a 20 dollar 55cm Ball from Amazon and it works just fine. It has a longer, fatter plug, which doesn't pop out. The base holds the 55cm ball just fine.
I got the purple ball. Love the color. Very simple to put together. It comes with a small air pump but I went ahead and purchased their larger air pump for exercise balls. I'd definitely suggest that when purchasing this chair. It sped up the adjusting process quite a bit! The item was shipped and received very quickly.
I've had tailbone issues for years, and this has been the only chair I've ever sat in that kept me 100% pain free. I also have a bad back, so the lower back support was just enough to help out with that, but also not so much that you're slumping back on it and losing the benefits of it.
One more point to make here is that using this, as opposed to just bringing in a ball, prevents the ball from rolling around on a dirty floor. (To be fair, though, there are little bases they sell that could serve that purpose too)
Anyway, if you get this and think it's too short, PLEASE order the extra extenders and try it out again. I know it's yet another extra expense, but it's been well worth it
Update: I received replacement parts for a $15 charge. The product has been updated with better materials. So far so good it hasn't broken again. The base is taller and the ball bar is made of better materials and reinforced where it inserts into the base. I do love this chair.
This was the perfect answer for me - I hope that it will help others with hip problems. Don't try to sit on it like a regular chair. Change position often - spread you legs apart with the ball between your thighs and your pelvis tipped forward into the ball, or face front with your legs spread comfortably apart. It does take time to get used to it - so do not get rid of your original chair just yet. Sit on the ball for a few hours - then go back to your old chair - do this for several days - especially if you are not used to spreading you legs while sitting. Your hips might get a little sore. But it is well worth the initial discomfort of getting used to it.
Love - Love - Love this chair!!!