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Hokki stool

  • Product Description

    Hokki Stools operate on much the same principle as the Balance Ball Chair, and range in height from 12 to 20 inches. Basically, they use small muscle movements to keep your kid on task and focused in class. The company calls it “active sitting,” and the chairs “allow movement in all directions” while the padded seat keeps them from slipping. Much more portable than the balance chair, these lightweight stools come in different sizes, stack for storage, and improve core strength.

    • Ergonomic design
    • Comfortable and sturdy
    • Lightweight and portable
    • Encourages stationary sitting for children with the “wiggles”
    • A safe seating alternative for children with certain disabilities

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  • Full Product Description

    9 years – adult. The 18″ HOKKI is an ergonomic stool that transforms stationary sitting into an activity, ideal for brainstorming sessions and other active sitting environments. You’re moving, even when you seem to be sitting still. The convex base allows for movement in all directions, which is critical to student development as physical movement both increases well-being and encourages the physical and intellectual maturing process. The polypropylene body is highly stable and durable, but at the same time extremely light. The soft base padding prevents slipping. The foam sitting surface ensures increased safety for children while seated. Weight limit 242 lbs.

    • Hokki Stool – 18″ Red
    • Great way to keep your child’s physical and intellectual processes motivated
    • Great for children who have a hard time being still
    • Stool moves while you’re sitting still!
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