Stools - Task Chairs
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Tue Aug 28 00:00:00 MDT 2012amberbarrett Rating:3.0
I only bought this, because according to Overstock, the Massage stool that I really bought a Living Social voucher to apply toward, didn't qualify as "furniture". It was labeled under health and beauty. So I bought a basic, cheap chair. It is just that. I have seen similar chairs for less in back to school sales.
Tue Apr 08 00:00:00 MDT 20141missy Rating:5.0
Great value! I had a problem with one of the pieces but the manufacturing company sent me a piece immediately!
Tue Jan 11 00:00:00 MST 2011vhall Rating:5.0
After enduring back & hip pain from sitting in a conventional office chair, I decided to try the Boss Kneeling stool as an alternative. After two weeks of pain-free desk work, I highly recommend this stool. Assembly was a breeze, only had to attach padded seat with 4 screws and snap in the casters. It rolls and maneuvers very smoothly. Good value for the price...alleviating back pain...priceless!!
Sat Sep 17 00:00:00 MDT 2011venbrit Rating:5.0
I purchased this based on the seat height specified in the description. I had tried office stools and they were too high. This height is perfect.It is a little bit higher than the standard office chair. I am so pleased with this product.
Thu Feb 04 00:00:00 MST 2010chrysaliz1 Rating:2.0
Chair was very difficult to assemble. Holes did not line up and it required 2 people-1 to hold the back in position while the other used a screw driver to attach it. I wound up ultimately using it without the back, like a stool, because I needed it right away and it was to be used by a drafting table. Under other circumstances I would have returned it.
Sun Feb 19 00:00:00 MST 2012wrv3900 Rating:1.0
Basically this review boils down to this. The back of the chair is too flimsy and will bend backward under the weight of the average adult male. If you're tall and are thinking of buying this chair because headrest is high enough and looks comfortable, don't. I've had this chair for 2 months and the back is bent back an extra 30 degrees from what that picture shows. It's basically a stool. (Double entendre.)
Fri Jan 13 00:00:00 MST 2012webspinnercuffs Rating:5.0
This chair is great. My computer repair shop was made from a kitchen counter top and base cabinets so a standard computer chair would not go up high enough to sit comfortably at to work. This drafting chair is perfect for this use...I even found it hysterical how high the chair does go...you would literally need a stool to get up in it lol...but it is very comfortable...my husband is about 360 lbs and he sits in it all the time...I think I've had this chair for almost 2 years now and it's still working perfectly...I'm actually considering buying another one because he's always in mine lol.
Fri Sep 12 00:00:00 MDT 2014irinagerman Rating:2.0
This chair is not comfortable. Very poor ergonomics and overall quality. Based on the chair package condition, the chair has been already returned back to Overstock one or more times.
Thu May 01 00:00:00 MDT 2014constantchopper Rating:4.0
The price is good, the assembly is easy, the adjustable heights offer a good range. The knee pad is o.k. but isn't enough for long periods of time.
Wed Jul 10 00:00:00 MDT 2013speakthetruth Rating:4.0
I was interested in a remedy for my $!@# home office chair that caused my back to 'scream' with pain if I sat in it for more than a half hour. This popped up while I was looking at office chairs and I decided to give it a try. My back does not hurt when I sit in this chair so my main goal was reached. There are a few design flaws that I am going to try and tweak for further comfort: The padding is not really adequate on the 'knee shelf' for the distribution of weight that is placed on it, nor is the distance between the seat and the knee shelf adjustable for varying leg length. I am long legged and am going to attached more padding on the knee shelf thereby raising me further up the seat and getting my legs and feet higher up. My son sits in it every chance he gets at my desk. It doesn't have arms, of course, but takes up less roon and slides under the desk with ease.
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