St. Louis, MO (PRWEB) March 18, 2015
eSpecial Needs is excited to announce new additions to its line of Budget Ball Pit for sensory integration play and therapy. Customers can now choose Pentagon, Hexagon or Octagon-shaped pits that increase the amount of play space without decreasing the rugged, long-lasting quality for which the line is known.
“Our budget ball pits have been immensely popular with schools, clinics and parents thanks to their durability, easy setup and friendly price,” says eSpecial Needs’ Sales Manager Scott Kouri. “With these new sizes, our customers can better provide children and adults the sensory therapy they need in sizes that better fits their needs.”
Just like previous budget ball pits, the new Pentagon, Hexagon and Octagon pits feature 48" wide x 24" high x 3.125" thick durable vinyl panels filled with 1.5" of gymnastic-mat-quality, cross-linked polyethylene foam. The mat panels and floor base securely attach to each other using high-grade Velcro, ensuring all ball pit balls stay within the pit. In addition, eSpecial Needs also offers gym matting and crash pads for those looking to add a little variety a user’s play experience.
These new Budget Ball Pits are sure to make a splash as part of daily sensory stimulation and integration therapy in multi-sensory environments everywhere. Contact eSpecial Needs today for more information or visit the eSpecial Needs YouTube channel at http://youtu.be/lEaCXjKo2Vs to see them in action.
Additional Budget Ball Pit Information:
- Pentagon Dimensions: 72” L x 78” W x 24” H
- Hexagon Dimensions: 84” L x 96” W x 24” H
- Octagon Dimensions: 120” L x 120” W x 24” H
- Easy to clean with soft cloth and soap
About eSpecial Needs: For more than twelve years, eSpecial Needs has been the leading provider of adaptive equipment, rehab equipment and therapy solutions to families with children or adults with special needs. Offering over 10,000 products worldwide, we specialize in working together with parents and therapists to fulfill the individual requirements of loved ones and clients every day. Additional information about eSpecial Needs can be found at http://especialneeds.com.