Ballet bar GISELLE-FIX

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The Giselle-Fix is ​​the most adaptable fixed floor ballet barre we have designed. It allows you to create spaces with a continuous row of double bars and to set these to 10 different heights for dancers of all stature. The floor barre that suits everyone With a distance of 19 cm separating the two bars and the option of 10 different heights to choose from, the Giselle-Fix is suitable for users of any height. The mechanism used for raising and lowering the barre is designed to allow quick adjustments and offers a total range of 27 centimeters from the minimum to the maximum position. The bases and uprights are made of steel, finished in silver epoxy. Continuous and functional spaces All Dinamica Ballet supports are designed to maximize their practicality and functionality. We have developed the bases to give absolute stability using the minimum possible size. This allows the Giselle-Fix to be placed very close to your studio wall or mirror and thus leave you a more unobstructed, open space. The supports utilise a fully enclosed “saddle” to hold the wooden bars in place which distributes the pressure applied to the bar and guarantees maximum resistance in high intensity exercises. In addition, these “saddles” allow the joining of two wooden bars without the need for screws that damage the wood; With the Giselle Fix you can create large spaces of double height adjustable bars. Wooden bars for a natural feel and optimal support The Giselle-Fix allows the use of two wooden bars 40 mm in diameter. The southern yellow pine wood that we use at Dinamica Ballet offers great resistance with slight flexibility and a pleasant and warm touch.

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