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Synchro-Tilt Painter’s Stool by Alvin and Co.

$213.00 30% Off

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  • Overall: 24" W x 24" D

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Built well- will buy again-- great features from Freeport, TX on 09/18/2015 – Verified Buyer
I am disabled --hard 2 stand 4 long- especially cooking or household chores. This purchase made that task easier. I can have feet on floor but able 2 roll from place 2 place wease. Seat a tilt so doesnt hurt back. Wheels also lock so you dont roll if u dont want to. Details say 20 lb limit but I dont understand that because any adult weighs more than that. Its more of a rolling stool than anything- like kind used on assembly lines n factories. Sturdily built but didnt realize till I read details today that it also has additional tilt options--great. Would REALLY help anyone disabled or on ur feet for long periods of time.
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Cool Design! from Durango, CO on 07/23/2014 – Verified Buyer
I haven't used this stool for any long periods yet, but it seems quite nice. The design is more novel than most stools and I like that. Also, I like it that the wheels will lock in place. It looks just like the photo. The lumbar support is very low and doesn't serve as a back support, but that's fine for my needs. My only caution is that it feels a bit "tippy" when I lean back, although I think I'll get used to that.
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