Coleman Event Stool with Carry Case
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- Versatile design—use it as seat or footrest
- Rust-resistant, steel frame and tough polyester fabric support up to 175 lbs.
- Space-saving design folds easily inside the convenient carry case
- 1-year limited warranty
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The Coleman Event Stool can be used as a chair or a footrest! The space saving design folds down easily and stores in the included carry case.Unfolded Dimensions: 15.5 in. x 7.5 in. x 13.5 x in. (39 cm x 19 cm x 34 cm).Folded Dimensions: 10.2 in. x 8.4 in. x 1.6 in. (26 cm x 21 cm x 4 cm).
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haven't tested the item in the wild yet, but so far, I am satisfied with product. compact, light, useful, great price.
My suggestion for anyone without the arm strength of Superman, is to (duh!) put in on the floor sideways and then lean down on it. It won't break or tear, which had been my fear. Somehow those two metal straps do connect! And from then on, the set-up process gets easier. It is worth it--this little stool is so much comfier than the rest! And it fits nicely into my pack!
This Coleman version is simply excellent, even though it's made in China, and the price can't be beat, no doubt BECAUSE it's made in China.
The steel tension straps on the bottom contain six holes for setup. I found the third hole extremely easy to pop the keeper into and stretched the seat adequately. The fourth hole offered just slightly more of a challenge for a tighter-stretched seat. I can envision no reason ever to go beyond the fourth hole, but the fabric may stretch after prolonged use and make that necessary. At least the fifth and sixth holes are there if ever needed.
When set up, the stool's tough, double-stitched canvas seat is 7-1/4 inches wide by 15 inches long and stands at a comfortable 14 inches high.
Included with the stool is a durable, zippered storage bag of the same material as the stool's seat and with a 4-1/2-inch loop strap.
The storage bag, which is form-fitted for the folded stool, is 9-1/2 inches wide at the top, 7-1/2 inches wide at the bottom and 11 inches high -- a highly compact package that would store easily in a backpack, under a car seat or any number of other locations.
I will not be using this as a stool. I'm not huge (5'8", 175lb) but I believe it would be practical only for a person with a smaller and more agile body than mine. If you can easily move into a lat-footed squatting osition you might well like this stool (though maybe you wouldn't ned it). When I attempt to move into a flat-foted squatting position, I fall bakcward, and that is also what happened whne I attempted to sit on this stool unless I used my hands to guide my descent. ONce seated, I did not fee stable unless I stretched my legs straight out in front of me. I can't see using this for long periods at an "event." I will say for it that the top horizontal bars don't dig into me as uncomfortably as other stools I've tried, though they still are an annoyance.
Personally I believe it is far more practical to invest ihn a small ground cloth and a well -made inflatable pillow and cultivate your ability to sit on the floor or ground. If the ground is too uneven to sit on, it will also be too uneven to use this stool. As an event stool, the seat is too low to allow you see over anyone sitting in front of you.