Sissel Securemax Exercise Ball - Silver 65cm
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SISSEL® Securemax Exercise Ball
SISSEL® Securemax Exercise Balls can be used for a variety of purposes: to assist you in your workout, as a useful tool in physiotherapy, as a seat to encourage correct posture. The use of the Securemax Exercise Ball as a seat at home, the office, or school noticeably relieves pressure on the spine and strengthens back musculature. Exercise balls are also proven assistive devices in physiotherapy, birthing exercises and during workouts. All Securemax Exercise Balls come with a workout poster of ball exercises.
The surface of the Securemax Exercise Ball has a pleasant, friendly-to-the-touch structure, and is extremely resistant to abrasion. Securemax Exercise Balls also meet the highest safety standards. For your safety, when punctured the ball will not burst but lose air gradually.
SISSEL® Securemax Exercise Balls are burst-proof up to 130 kg of stationary weight but can handle a stationary weight of up to 500 kg
- Sizes available: 45 cm, 55 cm, 65 cm or 75 cm
- Colors: blue-purple, red, silver
Which size is right for me?
Measure the length of your arm from shoulder to hand. This measurement roughly corresponds to the required minimum diameter of exercise ball. Always choose an exercise ball slightly larger in diameter.
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I'm buying for someone else can I still claim VAT relief?
Yes you can, during the checkout process simply choose "I am ordering on behalf of someone else who is chronically sick or has a disabling condition" & fill it out with the details of the applicant. Its very simple to complete please don't worry!
Who is eligible for VAT relief?
To be eligible for VAT relief the government says you have to fit the following criteria,
Charities – simply provide your charity number.
A person is ‘chronically sick or disabled’ if he/she is a person:
- with a physical or mental impairment which has a long-term and substantial adverse effect upon his/her ability to carry out everyday activities;
- with a condition which the medical profession treats as a chronic sickness, such as diabetes; or
- Who is terminally ill.
Important Note: It does NOT include a frail elderly person who is otherwise able-bodied or any person who is only temporarily disabled or incapacitated, such as with a broken limb.
What proof do we need to provide?
In order to waive VAT on your purchase, the government requires a simple self declaration to be made as to the nature of your disability at the time of ordering. No proof of your disability need be shown to any party at any time.
Its very easy to claim VAT relief, all we need to know is the name, address & disability of the person the item is for & what there chronic sickness or disability is. We don’t need a doctor’s letter or any reference numbers.
Which Items are eligible?
VAT Exemption only applies to certain items; these are items which have been designed to be used by someone who is chronically sick or disabled. Examples of such products are Mobility Scooters, Wheelchairs, Bath Lifts & many more daily living aids.
Things to Remember
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