MOV enhanced my learning environment; it aided in helping students focus on learning. It also allowed flexibility in how we use it because it fits well with standard tables and desks. I think students without focus issues would even benefit from the ability to control how they are sitting during a lesson.
— Michael H., MI, GEI Reviewer and Teacher
MOV is an active stool that promotes user movement and activity. Students love to move and MOV supports that natural urge in a fun and productive way. The attractive and simple design with a wider footprint makes MOV extremely stable, safe and fun to use. Alphabet MOV stools are available in 14″, 16″, 18″ and 20″ seat heights. MOV is a great choice for the classroom and collaborative spaces.
While the convex base design promotes easy movement, its wider stance provides a much higher degree of stability while the non-skid thermoplastic rubber base provides great traction.
Designed for Lasting Performance
Constructed from durable and sturdy reinforced polypropylene, the shell is durable yet lightweight. The base and seating surface utilize non-skid thermoplastic rubber for greater wear resistance while being easy on all types of flooring.
All Alphabet MOV stools are covered by Artcobell’s industry leading limited LIFETIME warranty so you can be assured of the highest level of quality and service.
“The MOV worked great with those students who constantly fidget in their seats. For general use, I found that it caused my students to have better posture, which caused them to sit up straighter in class. Overall, students were more attentive than normal in class due to the structure of the seat. I even found myself using it at times when I would type long emails, lessons, etc.; it even caused me to have better posture at my computer.”
“Every morning my 8th grades flocked to the stool to sit on it. I even had kids from lower grades stopping by after school to see if they could sit on it! It cracked me up! I did see students use it during group time and independent work time. I feel they were more focused while on the stool than they might normally have been at a desk.”