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Drive Medical

Drive Medical Kitchen Stool

Drive Medical

Drive Medical Kitchen Stool

CA$ 766.00 CA$ 464.00 Save: (39.43%)
CA$ 464.00 CA$ 766.00 Save CA$ 302.00 (39.43%)
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Product Description Product Description
  • Stool features a padded seat and back for added comfort & legs, which are chrome plated steel
  • Angled seat makes sitting down and getting up easy
  • Manufactured with powder-coated and chrome-plated steel for an attractive, durable finish
  • Adjustable height and removable arm supports with adjustable width for added safety and comfort to accommodate most individuals
  • Seat Dimensions: 11"(D) x 14"(W) x 21"-27"(H); Weight Capacity: 300 lbs
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Very happy with this chair purchase!This wonderful chair enabled me to cook for my family during the recent Thanksgiving holiday. I have MS and standing up for long periods to prepare meals is no longer an option for me. I have to be able to sit comfortably at my kitchen counter to do the prep work, etc. This provided a very comfortable solution and the side handles make it so much easier to get up each time. I do wish it came with either a dark brown or black seat and back rest so it would appear less "clinical" in a kitchen setting. No complaints though ---- it's very comfortable and sturdy. Shipping speed was amazing. Putting it together was a somewhat of a small challenge, but my son helped out. It's hard for me to tighten things up with ease now, so I needed a stronger, sturdier hand. 5it's a lifesaver!we had no idea how much this chair would be used. we can't imagine living without it now. strongly recommend for anyone that cannot stand up for long or have trouble breathing and need to sit in a hurry. we have this in the kitchen and use it frequently. so happy to have it! 5Good call.I have trouble standing while prepping food or cooking at the stove for longer times. This sits me at a good height at the sink or stove, and has the added benefit of being just the right hight for our three year old granddaughter at the table when her little brother uses the high chair. 5Could be better!I have back problems and ordered this chair to help me in the kitchen. Assembly was fairly easy. The slant of this chair makes it uncomfortable for me. I was able to level the seat by adjusting the legs to the second hole in the front and the third hole in the back. It's still too low for me to use for prep work at counter level. My feet barely reach the floor so this chair needs a foot rail. I'm only able to use this chair when my back starts hurting after standing too long. It's helpful to be able to sit for a few minutes when I need to. 3Back to workWith years of back pain I seldom can find a chair that I can sit in. I no longer cook meals because I cannot stand long enough to prepare a meal. Using this chair with the slanted seat has sure helped. The chair is comfortable and eases the back pain so I can get more done in the kitchen. I have also used this chair while at my computer. I was worried that at 5' 2" the chair would be too high for me, but with all legs all the way down it's a great height. With so many adjustments the chair should work for most anyone. The seat is sufficient and the sides help when getting up. They are not armrests. Armrests would make the chair even better, but I'm satisfied and recommend this to anyone with low back pain. 5Hip replacement surgery next month...After reading ALL of the reviews for tips and comments on Amazon and every other website that sells this chair, I ordered this chair in advance of hip replacement surgery next month. Since this will be the only hip high chair in the house, the expense is more than reasonable. I am 5' 10" 165# female. Received today and assembled by hubby in 15 minutes or less.(Note: only tighten screws AFTER all have been lined up and installed by a few threads. First, tighten the 2 of frame, then, the four under seat.) If you don't like the forward tilt just raise the front legs by one notch. Husband raised my computer desk about 5" so this chair will ultimately be my computer chair. Next month, post surgery, this will be the only chair high enough for me to sit and stand up with the least amount of effort and stress on hip. It is light enough to move from room to room where needed. Oh yes, you will need something on which to rest your feet if you plan to sit for any length of time (TV, computer, meals). Sitting here composing this review, my seat/tush is comfy and my lumbar supported. My feet are raised/supported off the floor so no strain on back or pressure under thighs. 5Drive Medical Kitchen StoolBought 2 of these to use as kitchen chairs, because my elderly, handicapped brother has trouble getting up from standard-height seating. (I also purchased these Home-it 5 to 6-inch White Bed Riser ,4-pack to raise the table as well). These chairs are sturdy-enough and light-weight, they're easy to keep clean, and assembly was quick and easy for me.Wish list: After using these chairs daily for over two months, I can say that I wish the armrests were padded or at least slip-resistant. I also wish the vinyl(?)-covered cushions didn't make such a loud 'whoosh' whenever you sit on them, and finally, I wish they'd soldered the crossbar just below the bottom adjustment-holes on the legs, so it could also be used as a footrest, or at least supplied a sling of some sort to hook into unused adjustment-holes (something I plan to finagle myself one of these days). Even though the seat is angled somewhat for comfort, extended use definitely requires some kind of footrest to prevent back-of-thigh discomfort, even on the lowest setting (unless you have very long legs, of course. 'My' chair is set to the next-to-lowest height, and I have a 32" inseam, but my heels don't reach the floor). My brother wishes they were easier to 'scooch up' towards the table after he sits, they don't slide at all with any weight on them, but I see that as a safety feature, myself. 4Searched all over for a safe, tall stool with arm rests, EUREKA!Great stool for the workshop. Height adjustments allow for big range of working heights in kitchen as well as workshop. The greatest thing since sliced bread! Very functional for a handicapped person, as armrests guide you on to the seat and help keep you there! Thank you for putting this on the market! And oh yes, it was easy to assemble! I use mine every day in my hobby shop and wouldn't part with it for all the tea in China!THANKS TO DRIVE MEDICAL....THANK YOU, THANK YO, THANK YOU, 5Assembly "F" Ease of adjustment "D-" Cost/Value B+Kudos to Amazon on delivery of the Drive Medical Kitchen Stool, White #12455. I got this chair in about a day and a half.All parts were included and in good condition. I rate this assembly an "F," however as the parts would not fit to allow all six supplied screws to be inserted. As per the instructions, one could put in four of the fasteners, two frame screws and nuts and two seat screws. The poor predrilled hole alignments prevented the last two screws from being inserted and tightened in their respective holes in the seat. The misalignment was about 1 mm off. That is not much, but it was enough to prevent a proper and safe assembly.I spent a good 40 minutes attempting to make the parts fit. I even took photos to show the misalignment so that I might complain directly in a separate email to the company.Finally, I loose fitted the front and back frame pieces, and inserted the four seat screws. Then I managed to get one of the attaching screws that join the front and back of the frame together through a predrilled hole. This left the sixth screw impossible to fit through its hole on the other side of the frame. With the chair partially assembled in this manner (and counter to the supplied instructions), I then had to use an electric drill to ream out enough metal in the misaligned frame holes in order to insert the last screw and nut. This should not have been necessary.Thus I rate the quality of the assembly a big fat F.Though there are only two nuts that must be tightened on the frame screws, they are fiber lock nuts. No mention of the size of the wrench needed to hold or to turn the nut in the sparse assembly instructions, and no simple wrench supplied either. The other tool needed is a Philips screwdriver. Be aware that one must have a good deal of wrist strength to tighten the lock fiber nuts with a Philips screwdriver.Just what you would expect with something made in China.Poor Drive Medical. Very poor.The label "Drive Medical Kitchen stool" implies a unit designed for those with physical issues. That inference is misleading as this unit can be woefully difficult to adjust for use owing to the spring button hole adjustments for the legs and for the insertion/removal of the arms and the back. I would like to have a word or two with the so-called engineer, who designed this feature, and who must have been absent the day they talked about ergonomics in design school.I would like to see this designer person observe someone with damaged, aging, or arthritic hands and fingers adjust a leg height or remove or add the arms or back, or adjust the arm width! In short the stool is not adjustable without help by most of the very group of people for whom its use is presumably intended. Surely there is a better way; apparently ergonomic design is not a priority for Drive Medical.With the above caveats, the stool is inexpensive and seems to be sturdy enough. The paint does not appear to be a durable powder coating and will likely scratch and chip easily in the course of time. The seat cover plastic is thin with a small amount of foam under it as is the back. The plywood beneath the seat cover is rather flimsy and will likely also not stand the test of time. But then this stool is sturdy enough and is about what one would expect for such an item costing just under $50.With all of this having been said, once assembled, configured (with or without arms or back) and adjusted with respect to height, the stool is serviceable. And unlike other stools this one does have sturdy arms (removable) and a sturdy backrest. Hence my cost/value grade of B+. 1Very poorly made, spilt seams after using two timesCheap vinyl seat and back that the seams on the seat back split open after using the chair two times. Not worth the money. I already assembled it or else I'd send it back. Going to cost me more to get it upholstered with better quality. Also the leg tips fall off even though they are tightened making this chair unsafe and wobbly for a disabled person. My mom fell off this chair because of this. Sadly she passed away in March from age-related issues not from this chair. Stay away. Have other items from this company that are very good but this one slipped through quality control. It just isn't there. You'll waste your time and money. 1
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