Extra Ball for the Classic Balance Ball® Chair

Item# 95-1472 WASA
$30.00

Our ergonomic, latex-free, anti-burst 52cm fitness ball keeps your spinal alignment and core strong while you work when used in our Classic Balance Ball Chair. When used alone it is also great for fit ball exercises, core workouts, stretching and as a Pilates balance ball.

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Our ergonomic, latex-free, anti-burst 52cm fitness ball keeps your spinal alignment and core strong while you work when used in ourClassic Balance Ball Chair. When used alone it is also great for fit ball exercises, core workouts, stretching and as a Pilates balance ball. Even the kids can improve their balance, abdominal strength and overall fitness. Taiwan.

Extra Ball Features:
  • Only ball made to fit Balance Ball Chair
  • Improves balance and fitness
  • Strengthens core muscles
  • Ergonomic back support
  • Reduces nerve compression
  • Removable and latex-free
  • Professional-grade, anti-burst exercise ball
  • Great for core and Pilates workouts
  • Use for stretching exercises

Please note: this is Balance Ball Chair Replacement Ball only! Balance Ball Chair base not included!

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For optimal performance, it may be necessary to re-inflate your new Balance Ball once or twice after the initial inflation. Once your chair is assembled and the Balance Ball is inflated, re-check the ball size the next day. If necessary, add additional air and check once more the following day. Your new Balance Ball may need a day or two to "stretch" to its final size (which should then fit perfectly in the base).

If you need other replacement parts for your Balance Ball Chair, please email customer service at customerservice@gaiam.com Size: 52cm (20.5")

Made from vinyl, no latex content.

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Rated 3.9 out of 5 by 36 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by This is a great product! much better than your normal office chair. helps with core and lower back especially! May 22, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by Love/Hate Well, I love the product. I use it for my desk chair! I work on retail, so I am standing up and sitting down all the time, so it just makes it easier to get up and move around and not have a big bulky chair in the way. Which is perfect. I blew it up to the recommended 52cm and two weeks later a tear at the seam ruptured as I was sitting on it. I am only 130 pounds. I am hoping it was either user error or a defective one. I called customer service and they had no problem refunding me and sending me a new one, Which most definitely makes me a happy customer even tho I did not get to use my "chair" for long. This time around I am going to try blowing it up to 48cm instead and hope it will last me for longer than 2 weeks. We will see. Maybe its just not a product I should be using for a desk chair?  May 7, 2015
Rated 3 out of 5 by hole in first ball I love the chair the only thing is my first ball only lasted 3 months before it got a hole and a patch was not able to save it April 27, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Ball for chair I bought this ball for my chair after my first ball was popped by a dog. I love how this setup helps reduce my back pain when I'm stuck sitting at a desk. April 26, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by Ball is smaller but still works with chair This "replacement" ball for the balance ball chair is smaller than the original ball that I got with the chair.  However, it does work with the chair, you just sit a little lower. April 10, 2015
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You won't need to purchase a plug unless you would like extras! This replacement ball includes a plug.
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Weight limit

Is there a maximum weight limit on this?
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Our Balance Balls can support up to 300lbs.
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Inflation

Just bought the classic ball chair, how do I know if the ball is inflated enough or too much? Is there a general "firmness" that it should have, some have said I have not filled it enough, now I feel like it is too much.
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The best way to know that your exercise ball is properly inflated is to measure the height of the ball when it's fully inflated. Here's the easiest way to do this:

Make a pencil mark on a wall at a height of 55, 65 or 75 centimeters, depending on which size ball you purchased. You'll find the optimal diameter (height) clearly indicated on the box that came with the ball you purchased. The diameter of an exercise ball is the same as its height when fully inflated.

Inflate the ball until the top of the ball is level with your pencil mark.

When inflating the ball, it should not measure more than the size indicated on the box, or it could burst.
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I use my balance ball chair everyday  since Feb 2012 and it  has just started to not hold air. I can't find any holes...is it possible that I just need to get a new one?
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Over time our Balance Balls stretch and will periodically need additional air to maintain full capacity. If the Ball is needing air consistently, it may be time to either replace the ball or replace the Balance Ball Plug. Either one of these options may solve your problem. If you have any additional questions or need assistance trouble shooting, you can always call one of our Customer Service Representatives and we would be happy to assist you! 800.482.3747
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can be used solo?

Can this extra ball also be used on its own to sit on?
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The Extra Ball for the Classic Balance Ball Chair sure can be used on its own. Just keep in mind that it is smaller than our other exercise balance balls.
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