CanDo Inflatable Donut Ball, Yellow, 17.7"
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- CanDo Inflatable Donut Balls make exercise fun and improve balance, coordination, flexibility, and core strength
- Unique design with a flat side provides stability making this ball perfect for sitting, stretching and exercising
- Rounded shape provides all the benefits of a traditional exercise ball
- Available in 5 color-coded sizes for Adults and Children
- Non-slip latex-free material supports a 300 lb weight capacity
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 45 x 45 x 25 cm; 725.75 Grams
- Date First Available : 15 February 2018
- Manufacturer : Fabrication Enterprises
- ASIN : B00OUK8544
- Item Model Number : 30-1951
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- 256 in Exercise Balls & Accessories
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The CanDo Inflatable Donut Ball makes fitness fun while improving balance, coordination, flexibility, and core strength. It offers the benefits of a traditional balance ball, while its flat side provides stability. This ball's unique donut shape is perfect for sitting as its flat sides stop it from rolling. This product is great for children to sit on while learning at school, or as an exercise tool to release extra energy at home. Also, its shape and color provide a source of sensory play for children with disabilities. Improve your core strength by using it as a seat to get work done at the office, or as an exercise tool to workout on at home. Additionally, take advantage of the ball's versatility by flipping it on its rounded side to perform more traditional exercise ball activities.
CanDo exercise balls are used by physical therapists as an aid for vestibular movement and equilibrium therapy, by fitness enthusiasts as an aid for stretching and strength training, and even by pregnant women in birthing classes. They are great for all ages, men and women. Underinflate to give the ball a soft, mushy feel, or inflate it to its max for a firm bouncy feel. The ball's latex-free material supports a 300 lb weight capacity, and its ribbed non-slip vinyl surface gives extra grip for added security. On the initial inflation, inflate the ball, wait 24 hours, then add more air to fill the all to its maximum size (pump not included). The yellow donut ball has a 17.7" diameter and 9.8" height. It is best for users with a height 50" and under.
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Reviewed in Canada on 22 October 2019
Reviewed in Canada on 17 December 2020
Just got 2 of these little guys.
Jan 11, 2021 wow it's 2021.
I just ordered another one.
With the ball slightly inflated or flat looking when not in use these are as comfy as other more costly seat cushions.
I also placed a slightly inflated one under the slab of foam called my bed and what an improvement.
I do not use any balance ball or in this case seat fully inflated. I now have one 8 years old still going. It is a much larger size than this one this is updating that one on my studio seat.
Update ended here. Jan 11, 2021
I love the color.
No awful oder.
They require a pump to make it easy to inflate.
I use these as pressure releaf cushions inflated a little and then sat upon. I weigh about 230 or less.
Am a full-time wheelchair user that is trying other options besides the main name brand air filled seat cushion for wheelchair users.
I have used burst resistant balance balls for years and let me tell you, if I could manage to get my idea on Shark Tank I would in a heartbeat.
These are super comfy. And, the price is perfect for what I need.
I just got these so I will update this review with information of durability later.
They handle upto 300 pounds.
However, it isn't only weight that is working against any seat system.
Sheer or areas that can more or less slide in two directions that can cause failure even if the burst limit isn't met.
Imagine a piece of tape stuck to an object holds it fine from being picked straight up.
But, push the object to the side and the tape will most likely give way.
If you tried the clear drugstore seat doughnuts and they always leak from the center or seams and you are not at the weight limit, then your very movement while sitting is creating sheer points that forclack of a better description - pull and tear apart those points of stress.
Even if you do not weigh enough to burst the air cushion.
Using these in my studio and on the couch.
I used balance balls that withstand 1000 to 3000 lbs for years as seat cushions. Partially inflated and placed inside of wheelchair seat cushion covers or just as is exposed, work wonderfully well for preventing pressure sores.