Trideer Ball Chair Yoga Exercise for Home Office Desk

Trideer Ball Chair Yoga Exercise for Home Office Desk

4.4/5

Description

  • 【Improves Posture & Relieves Back Pain】- Traditional office chairs keep you in the same posture for a long time. Using our exercise ball chair can improve your sitting posture, strengthen your core muscles, reduce lower back pain to encourage a healthier work style.
  • 【Helps to Concentrate】- The micro movements promoted by sitting on the balance ball chair at home or in the office stimulates your body constantly, resulting in a heightened sense of focus and improved productivity while working on your flexibility.
  • 【Your Workout Buddy During Break】- Use our yoga ball to exercise and stretch during your break to get rid of your fatigue and relieve stress! A wonderful gift option for your family and friends, it will bring fun and health to those loved ones.
  • 【Stability and Durability】- Our yoga ball chair is made of eco-friendly, hypo-allergenic material, rated up to 2,000 lbs. The base makes the ball more stable and will not roll around. The 65cm exercise ball is recommended for customers 5’ 3” to 5’ 10” in height.
  • 【Inflation Instructions】Because it is made of PVC, the ball may be smaller than the recommended size after the initial inflation. First, inflate the ball to about 80% of the recommended size. Leave on for 1-2 days, then inflate to the recommended size. Inflate the ring base in the same way as for the ball (watch out for over-inflation).
  • 【100% Satisfaction Guaranteed】- We provide you with 30-Day Hassle-Free Returns, 12-Month Warranty & Lifetime Customer Service. Easy to inflate with the quick inflation foot pump.

Frequently Asked Questions

Does the ball come off the base to use separately as an exercise ball? If not, has anyone found one that does?
I received my exercise ball but did not come with the plug. could you send one out asap?
I’m 689 pounds. Will I be ok with this chair? I plan on gaining more weight
I am 5'3 and plan to use the ball as a office chair. What size is recommended?