Safco Runtz Ball Chair offers kids more than just a comfy place to sit. The bouncing chair helps keep them active while encouraging better posture and balance. Designed with four powder coated legs and an anti-burst exercise ball for stability and durability, it offers the movement benefits of a yoga ball without all the rolling around. During assembly, you can choose to install both the feet and legs on Runtz for a seat height of 17", or just the feet for a lower seat height of 13-1/2". Weighing only 11.2 lbs., this Runtz is easy to move from place to place and fits neatly under most work surfaces when not in use. Part of the Safco Active Collection. Safco Active products are designed to promote active movement throughout the day and engage major muscle groups to help combat the negative effects of inactivity in learning environments. CPSIA Compliant.
This little pod chair is so small I think it is fit for a 3-4 year old. I bought this chair for my 8 year old short petite size son who has ADHD to use while sitting at his school desk at home ( a normal size kids desk that they use in school in grades 1 and up) and it was way way too short! His face went to about the ledge of the desk. I would definitely recommend this chair for a smaller kid it's very well made and is very attractive looking. Instead I went with the normal size Gaime (not sure how to spell it :-)) ball chair with base and although it's not recommended for his size, he sits on that and it works fine. His legs don't reach the floor but he props them up on the base part of the chair and that works great. I got it at Target. That chair is also much cheaper than this chair. Plus I can use it too. A ball chair is really good for any child, sitting down for long periods of time is boring for anyone. At least with a ball chair u can move around a little, the bouncing is pretty fun! Both my kids use it to do their homework.
Perfect for Kinder. Did not attach feet and it is the perfect height to fit under the Kinder tables at my son's school. His teacher and other parents loved it so much that everyone in the class has one now. It gives them a little movement and wiggleability to keep their brain active and focused.
Thes are well made and sturdy. My students really enjoy sitting on them. It is a yoga ball inserted in the bottom of the seat. You have to put on the legs, and I found that some of the holes did not tighten, so I would recommend only using hand tools.
Material stains easy. Not a good color for a classroom. Too small for 3rd grade. Would be perfect for kindergarten.
My daughter has had this chair 2 weeks and is not bouncy on it at all. The chair doesn't stay inflated and has been a waste of money unfortunately :( she hasn't used it very much because it doesn't stay up :(
These amazing chairs let my son with sensory processing disorder move around at home and let my students enjoy some flexible seating options during small group. It may be on the expensive-side, but the quality is excellent!
Great alternative seating for my students. Too short for my student's desks.
Nice quality. My daughter loves sitting on this when coloring at her desk. She’s 6