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Ball Baths (Models W5338, W5352, & W5357)

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The Ball Baths are ball flotation therapy sets designed for use with children with sensory, neurological, or motor disabilities. The Small Circle Ball Bath, model W5338, includes two half-circle walls with hook-and-loop fasteners and 3,000 balls. The Medium Oval Ball Bath, model W5352, includes two half-circle and two extender wall sections with hook-and-loop fasteners and 5,500 balls. The Large Oval Ball Bath, model W5357, includes two half-circle and four extender wall sections with hook-and-loop fasteners and 8,000 balls. All models also include a drawstring ball storage bag. The wall sections are constructed of high-resiliency foam covered in 18-ounce vinyl-coated nylon and hook-and-loop fastener flaps on the inside and outside create a rigid, secure structure. OPTIONS: Additional sets of 250 balls, replacement storage bags, and nylon net canopies are available. DIMENSIONS: All wall sections are 8 inches thick and the balls are 2.75 inches in diameter. The enclosure for model W5338 is 26 inches high and 80 inches in diameter; model W5352 is 26 inches high x 80 inches wide x 116 inches long. Model W5357 is 26 inches high x 80 inches wide x 152 inches long. COLOR: The units include an assortment of red, yellow, blue, and green balls. The optional sets include 250 balls in a single color.

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Price Check
as of: 
03/31/2010
Additional Pricing Notes: 

2995.00 to 1995.00

Ball Baths (Models W5338, W5352, & W5357)

Made By:

Flaghouse, Inc.
Flaghouse, Inc. Organization Type: 
Distributor
Address: 
Email address: sales@flaghouse.com
Phone: 800-793-7900 or 800-332-9410
Fax: 800-793-7922 or 201-288-7887
Phone (U.S. and Canada): 
201-288-7600
Web Address: 
http://www.flaghouse.com
Tags: 
Walking, Blind & Low Vision, Recreation, Educational Management, Seating