The Story

TOGU was founded in 1956 by two brothers:
Toni Obermaier and Gust Obermaier

Gust Obermaier had a vision:

He wanted to produce a one-piece ball. No seam lines or glue should be necessary. Today this family run business has grown to provide a secure job to more than 100 people. The complete production is located in Germany on a site of approximately 16.000 m2. All equipment for manufacturing and printing is design in-house and constructed on site. Typical for TOGU is the extraordinary will to put good ideas into effect and to produce goods of exceptional quality.
Prien am Chiemsee is the place where everything got started. Today’s owners Toni and Guido Obermaier (both sons of the founders) have decided to keep the production at their home base. No matter how big the hype about emerging economies might have been in recent years. TOGU will not transfer production just for low labor costs.
TOGU is devoted to innovation, inventions and manufacturing. This might explain why TOGU is one of the leading manufacturers of air filled products made of PVC by rotation molding. Production is according to the strictest environment protection laws. Long lasting products save resources, energy and therefore reduce environmental pollution.

TOGU – quality made in Germany. About 90% of all products offered on our website are manufactured in our headquarters in Prien am Chiemsee in Germany.
Transparency and integrity are important values to us: even the best can not do everything themselves. That’s why we complete our extensive range of self-made articles with products from other quality manufacturers worldwide. We cooperate with all our suppliers in the long term and a trustful way. The origin of these products (trading goods) can be found at the end of each item description.

The Philosophy

“Our drive and passion is to develop and manufacture outstanding products in premium quality and excellent functionality.”

 

Milestones:

  • 1956 Foundation of the ball factory by Toni and Gust
    Obermaier with the invention of the world’s first seamless
    playball made in one piece
  • 1964 The hopping ball is born – until today a toy with fun
    guaranteed
  • 1970 Development of the first air-filled, and therefore
    bouncing medicine ball
  • 1983 The large gymnastics balls are discovered for therapy
    and training
  • 1995 Invention of the Dynair® Ballkissen®: the practical
    and popular space-saving alternative to the large gymnastic
    ball
  • 1998 ABS®: TOGU invents the world’s first and only
    guaranteed “burst-proof” gymnastic ball with anti-burst
    material
  • 2000 Powerball Extreme ABS® – the world’s safest exercise
    ball – patented and burst proof up to 1.000 kg / 2.200 lbs
  • 2000 Launch of the Aero-Step®: the first air-filled device for
    balance and coordination training quickly enters physical
    therapy, professional and health sports. The first educational
    concept about sensori motor training for trainers and
    therapists is created.
  • 2008 Development and launch of the TOGU Jumper®
    multifunctional training device. The patented device is used
    by international sports stars in prevention and training.
    Same time, the popular Brasil® Workout is presented on the
    health & fitness market.
  • 2013 The Balanza® product series is a perfect combination
    of dynamic balls and a stable wooden panel: a new
    dimension in sensori motor training.
  • 2015 Relaunch of the famous Redondo® Ball with a new
    size: Redondo Ball Plus creates new challenge in health &
    fitness training.
  • 2017 Jacaranda® – The brand-new training concept
    combines elements of physiotherapy, fitness and yoga.


Safety and Security:

We want to give our customers the safety to feel secure and comfortable with our products at all times in any situation.

Innovation:

We own 12 patents, 34 Gebrauchsmuster and 100 trade marks

Quality:

Our products offer solutions to specific demands. Therefore we will only provide the best quality.

Made in Germany:

Only here we can guarantee quality and innovations

Trends:

Making a difference – setting new standards. Staying in touch with experts and watching the market carefully.