Portable Ballet Barres
Home ballet barre Prima
The PRIMA home ballet barre has been created for personal use. It’s suitable for adults and children and is also a popular piece of equipment for workouts using a barre. Light and portable for a single user to move around the house, the PRIMA is also a firm and sturdy ballet barre.
Safe and stable
Two wide flat feet provide the stability for the PRIMA. You’ll feel confident using the home ballet barre without concern for it toppling over. In addition, rubber stoppers on the bottom of the feet prevent floors from being scratched or marked, making it suitable to use in any room of your house.
Professional quality materials
We build the PRIMA with the same materials as our line of professional barres. The feet and uprights are in steel to give you a strong and long lasting ballet barre. But unlike other home ballet barres on the market, we’re committed to providing you with a wooden beam. The PRIMA’s Southern yellow pine wood bar is preferred by users for its superior feel over metal. We’ve also given the bar a 40 mm diameter to ensure the PRIMA can be comfortably used by adults and children alike.
Delivery and assembly
The PRIMA is delivered as a flat pack and is easy to assemble. All you need is a screwdriver and some spare time and our easy to follow instructions will guide you through assembly. The PRIMA has no moving parts that would wear out over time which makes for a practical, long lasting home ballet barre you can use every day of the week.
Product code SKU: | 1m: 30591324 | 1.5m: 30591322 | 2m: 30591321 |
- One Southern yellow pine bar included, smoothed and unvarnished.
- Reduced weight for maximum portability.
- Steel uprights and bases in epoxy coated silver
- Height: 96 cm.
- Diameter of uprights: 40 mm.
- Diameter of bar: 40 mm.
- Base dimensions: 39.5 x 32 x 0.6 cm.
- Total weight: 17.5 kg (1.5 m) or 18 kg (2 m).
- Standard length of wooden bar: 1.5 m or 2 m.
You have 5 elements: 2 bases, 2 uprights and 1 wooden bar. You should first mount the columns on the bases (A), then place the wooden bar on the plates and finally attach the 4 screws to the wooden bar (B).
1. Lay the steel upright on one side. Attach the base into the upright with the bolt and tighten with the Allen key provided. Tighten from the back of the base, the side that will rest on the floor and have the protections. Repeat the process with the second column.
2. Once the uprights are fixed to the bases, stand them vertically and place the wooden bar so that the holes in the bar align with the holes in the uprights. Repeat the process in the second column. Fix the bar to the uprights as tightly as possible with the screws provided.