|Size||Height Adjusts from 23-33\"|
|Manufacturer Part Number||WSL-b|
Wobble Stool standing desk chair for active sitting modern sit stand up desk stools high perching perch office chairs tall swivel leaning ergonomic computer balance
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|Item weight||21 Pounds|
|Minimum weight recommendation||250 Pounds|
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- THE BEST ACTIVE SITTING CHAIR! Rock, swivel, move & burn calories while sitting. Easy to sit on. Fast to get up from. More functional, fun and aesthetic than a balance ball. Small, compact footprint
- LARGE TRIANGULAR SADDLE FRAMELESS VINLY SEAT: engineered for better comort & control! 13”+ diameter triangular saddle balance seat with 3" of premium molded foam offers more grip & is easy to clean
- PERFECT STANDING DESK PERCHING STOOL: the adjustable height Wobble Stool takes a load off your legs letting you rest and perch near standing height. It’s the best standing desk office stool
- COUNTER-BALANCED STABLE BASE safely moves with you & rests naturally upright so you can sit normally without rocking or balancing. Rubberized coating is non-skid, non-scratch & grips most surfaces
- ADJUSTABLE HEIGHT ~23-33”. SWIVELS 360. RESTS upright when not in use. Does NOT require constant balancing. SIMPLE 4-step, tool-less assembly. Original active stool designed by Uncaged Ergonomics
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Wobble Stool is the perfect balance chair for active sitting. This ergonomic office stool creates a healthier sitting environment by moving with you throughout the day - safely rock, swivel, tilt, lean and burn calories while sitting.
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Today, about half way through my desk. it just started sinking. I looked underneath to see if any of the buttons to adjust it were stuck, didn't look like it. I noticed that the plastic cap that covers the piston got detached. I sat on it again after rasiing it, and it started to sink down slowly as if i had the buttons depressed (did not). when i raised it to lean on it, if i leaned on it at a certain angle it would be fine, but most times it just started sinking right away.
Pretty much a bust\return if i can't figure out why it's no longer staying up. Pretty disappointing.
Good movement on it, nice solid heavy base for stability. Like the triangular shaped seat.