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Cosco 11-120CBY1 Retro Chair/Step Stool Yellow

by Cosco

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  • Stylish Chrome Finish with padded vinyl seat and back
  • Easy, one-tool assembly
  • Step stool slides in and out easily with smooth tracking
  • Over molded step treads for security
  • 225-pound weight capacity
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Product Information

Technical Details
Part Number 11
Item Weight20.4 pounds
Product Dimensions16 x 35 x 16 inches
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Item model number11-120CBY1
Discontinued by manufacturerYes
ColorYellow
Item Package Quantity1
CertificationNo
Warranty Description10-year Limited Warranty
  
Additional Information
ASINB0002M9M0K
Best Sellers Rank #36,004 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight19.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Shipping Advisory:This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
Date First AvailableJanuary 12, 2009
  
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Product Description

From the Manufacturer

The Retro Counter Chair/Step Stool is an incredibly versatile piece for any home or small office! Featuring a yellow padded vinyl seat and back with a stylish chrome finish, this piece can be used as both a convenient, counter-height chair or utility stool for those hard-to-reach places. The smooth tracking fold-out step stool for climbing is combined with sturdy leg tubing and molded step treads for added stability. Easy one-tool assembly.

Product Description

Direct to you from the 1950s, this stylish yellow step stool features a fun retro design that fits in perfectly with kitchen decors reflecting that era. Functional and fashionable, the step stool has smooth-tracking foldout steps for climbing or use as a footrest. With its sleek chrome finish, the sturdy leg tubing provides maximum stability while the padded vinyl seat and gracefully rounded back offer the ultimate in comfort. Easy one-tool assembly. Maximum weight: 225 lbs. Made in USA.

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It is sturdy and functional.
Lidia
Oh, and on the instructions, you're told that you'll have to periodically retighten the bolts!
MAY
I love having this chair in my kitchen!
S. Hutchison

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66 of 68 people found the following review helpful By MAY on October 13, 2005
I bought the yellow version of this step stool - my grandma used to have one just like it, or so I thought. This is not the step stool I was hoping for. It's clunkier, cheaper, and not the same "shiny" vinyl that my grandma had. The step stool mechanism on this new one is just cheap plastic that allows the steps to "slide" in and out. I had a little bit of trouble putting it together. Oh, and on the instructions, you're told that you'll have to periodically retighten the bolts! What - is this thing going to come apart with use?!?! Overall, a disappointment and not worth the amount of money I paid for it. Nice idea, but I want the REAL thing, not some cheap imitation.
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35 of 36 people found the following review helpful By Grandma S on January 28, 2007
I noticed a lot of comments about the plastic parts. They're refering to a plastic gluide attached to the metal supports that alow the steps to slide out insead of tipping back and then forward. I can't tell you how many times my grandkids got their fingers pinched on that setup on my old stool. The new one is so much safer for the fingers. I love the color, it is a nice soft yellow. I was afraid it was going to be the old bright yellow of the 50's. I love my stool. Fits in its spot nicely, and tip it to the back and drag it where I need it.
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47 of 50 people found the following review helpful By D. Schenfelt on July 21, 2005
Assembly was no problem, but did reveal why weight is limited. I can rig up some reinforcements, but some folks won't have the know how to do so. Great for little kid use, not so great for 'typical' adult use. I wouldn't use it in some cases as I did our chair/stool in years past. A handy piece of furniture to have, but not quite the structural 'rock' that I was led to believe in the ads. I don't quite regret purchasing it.
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20 of 22 people found the following review helpful By rochu168 on March 2, 2006
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I need a step stool to reach the upper kitchen cabinet shelves. Combining the step stool with a chair is a great concept. But the chair is so small even I find it uncomfortable. I wouldn't recommend this chair for an "average" adult. Perhaps the product should be named as Retro Yellow Chair with Step Stool for Kids.

The chair serves the purpose as a step stool. But the small chair is disappointing. There is a market for a step stool chair that is comfortable and stylish. This product can be great with a redesign to accommodate average adults so the chair can be used as it is intended.
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Jennifer Parker on January 15, 2006
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A little smaller than the original from my childhood and the steps don't work like the steps on the original from years ago. However, it still comes in handy in the kitchen.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Dan Hanna on April 21, 2008
I got a couple of these chairs (red and yellow) over two years ago to use in our kitchen. They are good because they have a small footprint and fit in a tight kitchen. I think they are uncomfortable to sit on, but I doubt you could make it any more comfortable and keep the dimensions acceptable and my kids (2 and 4 when we first got the chairs) love them.

I don't think the quality is all that unacceptable considering the price, you just don't get great stuff for <$100 any more. There have been kids beating the crud out of ours for over two years and I've never had any trouble with them breaking. They say the steps come out of their tracks but we've never had that happen, they say the chair is mostly plastic and cheap but the only plastic I can find is the step unit tracks (they are pretty solid thick chunks of plastic) and they both have metal arms outside of them to also brace the taller legs. Other than the steps being useless for anyone over 3 feet tall they are fine. We got one assembled and one we had to assemble, I didn't think it was too hard to put together and as long as you use the right tools and follow the instructions you'll be okay.

The bad part of the chairs is that they are narrow and tall making them quite unstable. The kids managed to tip them over backwards more than once in the first few months they used them. I'm probably the worst dad ever not to toss them out right then but they never got more than a bruise and they manage to hurt themselves with everthing once or twice...lol. They figured out what not to do on the chairs and no one has tipped over for the last year and half at least. Also, the black rubber/plastic 'stuff' on the steps has deep ridges in it (for traction I guess), these are really hard to clean if the kids spill something down there (especially when they don't tell you and it gets crusty!!!). Those are my biggest two gripes about the chair.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Trudi E. Louzon on January 30, 2006
This is a nice chair with very good padding for what I am using it for. The steps seem to side in their on when I need them.I

might have put a liitle to much lubricant on the sliders.

This is what I have been looking for to rest myself when I am

planting my flowers seeds in my plant romm.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By E. Siggins on May 30, 2007
The Retro Step stool is functional and really looks like the one from years ago - very cool if you like retro. The yellow is truly a very pale yellow.

The only negative thing about this product was the assembly of the yellow horizontal bars that go on the bottom of the legs. They were not shaped properly and kept coming off. We had to use A LOT of muscle to get the screw tight enough to hold it in place - and that extra force caused us to crack the paint that was on the bars :-(.

I would have sent it back but my husband insisted he could "make it work" and get it together.
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