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KISHAKELSO SparkPoints: (3,551)
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5/2/12 8:59 A

ok, Thanx guys.

ANARIE Posts: 12,487
5/2/12 12:41 A

The ball itself can be under $20 if you look around. If you're getting it for your home office and you don't sit for hours at a time, the ball alone, without the chair base, should be enough. For that matter, look on Craig's list or Freecycle. A lot of people bought those and didn't use them.

KCLARK89 SparkPoints: (26,324)
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5/1/12 9:45 P

I tried to convince my cooperating teacher to get me one when I was done student teaching... unfortunately he didn't go for it :)

But I found these on Amazon, and they have different colors!
www.amazon.com/dp/B0007VB4NE

DRAGONCHILDE SparkPoints: (57,496)
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5/1/12 7:15 P

Not really, at least, not when compared to traditional office chairs. It can be kinda steep depending on your budget. It's about $70 on average, and can run over $100 depending on what you get.

When I get my home office space set up, I'm planning on getting one.

Edited by: DRAGONCHILDE at: 5/1/2012 (19:16)
KISHAKELSO SparkPoints: (3,551)
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5/1/12 6:11 P

I want to swap my computer chair for a balance ball. Is it expensive?

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