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Dizzy Disc - THE Original*
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Dizzy Disc - THE Original*

Dizzy Disc - THE Original*
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$179.95 Reg. Price $199.95   You Save $20.00

The original dizzy disc is back! This great adjustable spinning and balancing ride on toy is a "must have" for sensory seekers and sensory diets and those that just want to spin! Provides lots of vestibular/movement input in a small space. Large 16" textured top surface can easily be adjusted to change angle of slope to match level of skill. The wide 18" base provides maximum stability and a built in carry handle. Try sitting, kneeling, lying down. Maximum weight is NOW 150 pounds. No assembly is required. (Adult supervision, caution and common sense is recommended when using this and any moving surface.) Colors may vary.

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Dizzy Disc - THE Original*
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Dizzy Disc - THE Original*
A must have
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We ordered the dizzy disc several years ago and were excited to see it back again. Clients will ask to use this and it never disappoints. The adjustable angle is what makes it so versatile. It can challenge all my clients from very young to teens. For infants I place them in a box then on it. For older students we may kneel on it and add a bean bag toss challenge. Glad to see it's back. I probably will buy another one as a back-up!
Dizzy Disc - THE Original*
Love it!
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I got this for my 4 year old twins, who crave spinning. They love it. We count 8 rotations then switch places to take turns without fighting.