Mogo Portable Seat
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- Mogo works both indoors and out. The soft durometer rubber foot works on non-slip indoor surfaces, while the reinforced-fiberglass turf tip keeps you stabilized on grass, dirt, and turf.
- The pivoting seat leg has an impressive range of motion, empowering you to stay active and healthy. Whether you are working on a financial report or snapping a photo, Mogo keeps you energized, supported, and in the zone.
- The seat fits users up to 6'8".
- The seat pan is designed to comfortably cradle your bum. The seat's durable, easy-to-clean cushion provides the optimal level of support, reducing pressure points.
- Ergonomist tested and recommended.
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|Package Height||4.7 x 9.1 x 18.6 inches|
|Shipping Weight||3.15 pounds|
Top Customer Reviews
I've found it's important to have a tiny box or stool to frequently rest one of my legs on, bent, during the day, switching between legs. It helps reduce the amount of stress and tension of standing fully straight for 8-12 hours. However, that's not always enough.
I've been using the Mogo for a few days and while I like the concept, I have some reservations that might be fixable with a slightly more expensive Mogo:
* It creaks. There are plastic parts on the seat that rub against other plastic and the metal of the stand. If you shift your weight much, it's likely to creak. While it's livable, the noises are annoying both to me and to nearby offices. It sounds "cheap." It's not so cheap that I lack confidence in its ability to provide a seat ... it just isn't as solid and well designed as I'd expected.
* The seat is about as hard as it could be. It's ergonomic in general shape, but it's not particularly comfortable for an extended period of time. Here's where I'd like to see an upgrade in particular, to add a bit of cushion to the seat. It wouldn't need to be much to make the seat feel like I was sitting on plastic.
* There are tiny bumps on the seat likely to increase friction. I don't find they help much, and I can feel them through my pants when I sit/lean. I'd like to see them replaced by a grippy cushion instead.
* I've tightened the seat more than once to the base.Read more ›
Be sure to hit their website ([...] for tips on how to use it properly. I played with it for a bit then read through the site again and decided to try on a lower click- much better. I'm 5'2" and use it on the second click. I'm going to use it for a while before deciding, but I'm already thinking about getting a second one for my home workstation. It's portable, but not so small that I'd want to carry it back/forth every day.
Easy to set-up/use.
Takes the weight off the feet and keeps the hips open.
Could use a bit of a shock- something to give it a little squish.
The shape of the seat allows a bit of tush to mush through. Comfortable? yes. Flattering? no. If you're planning on using this at work, it's something to consider. Not a big deal in jeans or other thicker pants/skirts, but in anything thin there are some extra bits on display.
At first I wasn't sure how to set up the unit for optimal performance, but after consultation with my friend, who is an ergonomics expert, I learned that the ideal angle for good health and comfortable seating is between 120 and 135 degrees, torso to legs. After adjusting for that, the Mogo really took off for me and I knew I'd want to order one -- or two!
First of all, the perch is beautifully designed and crafted, and really is comfortable. But more than that, the quality of subtle movement and balance necessary to remain upright keeps me alert and focused for extended periods of time. And because it's so easily portable -- and adjustable for most any height table (or body!) -- I can imagine taking it with me pretty much everywhere: meetings, social events, hikes, you name it!
It's no surprise that everyone I've shown it to has been intrigued with the Mogo and has wanted to test it out. That includes some children I work with who have attentional difficulties, and I'll be eager to learn whether they too will benefit when using the Mogo on a regular basis.
I'm convinced that Upright seating is the wave of the future, and I've happily joined this Revolution! Thank you Martin Keen!
That said, I've been on the lookout for ergonomic chair alternatives, and this is one of the most affordable, clever and portable things out there.
But rock solid and works perfectly with my stand up desk. I would like to try one of their workstations, but doubt I could get my employer to pay for one.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This was the perfect compliment to my sit-to-stand work station. I have back/hip issues and adding this as an alternative way to work at my computer has really minimized... Read morePublished 11 days ago by KMF
Great product and very practical! I recommend it to anyone looking to avoid the adverse effects of sitting down!Published 14 days ago by Amazon Customer
I bought this to use with a standing desk, but I realized the point of my standing desk is to stand. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Dre
I bought this hoping to use it with my standing desk for those times when I want to sit. But the seat is really hard and makes everything go numb if you sit for too long.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Pretty good. And well made. Very well made. I just don't find myself using it as often as I imagined because I'm still not sold on the "science" or results.Published 1 month ago by ROBERT WILLIAMS
Great product! I use this at my standing desk when I need a break and also for tailgating on Sundays. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Phillip
This is a great product for those of us using stand up desks who need occasional rest without sitting all the way down. Read morePublished 2 months ago by M. Takata
Yes, the standing seat is exactly met my expectation. It is very portable, and look nice. Well thought in its design.Published 2 months ago by Aloysius
An ideal 'basic' piece for a standing-desk type of situation when you finally get sick of always standing. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Dan Nissenbaum