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Drive Medical Kitchen Stool, White
- Stool features a padded seat and back for added comfort
- 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 12"-27"(H); Weight Capacity: 300 lbs
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Manufactured with white powder-coated steel for an attractive, durable finish
- Overall Product Length: 23 inches
- Overall Product Width: 17 inches
- Overall Product Height: 36 inches
- Actual Product Weight: 12.5 lbs
- Weight Capacity: 300 lbs
- Seat Width: 14 inches
- Seat Depth: 11 inches
- Seat to Floor Height: 21-27 inches
The Kitchen Stool has an angled seat which eases sitting and standing.
Comes with removable arm supports with adjustable width for added safety and comfort
This all-purpose, Kitchen Stool, by Drive Medical is convenient and comfortable for everyday use. The stool features a padded seat and back for added comfort and an angled seat that makes sitting down and getting up easy. This stool also comes standard with removable arm supports with adjustable width to accommodate users size.
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Top Customer Reviews
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.Read more ›
The upholstery is a very thin membrane of some kind stretched over the foam and heat sealed. Time will tell if it is durable enough.
This is not what you should buy if you want comfort. The seat board is only 13.5" wide and 11" deep. My 170 lbs totally compresses the foam, and I feel like I am sitting on a little board.
The handles are only 7/8" diameter and will hurt your hands if you fully support your weight. I found clear solid vinyl hose at the hardware store that is 7/8" ID and 1 1/4" OD and cut two pieces to 4 1/2" long. Using diluted dish detergent for a lubricant, I was able to push and twist these onto the handles to make suitable grips.
Some have had trouble adjusting the legs. Here is a method. Estimate how many inches (holes) you need to change the height. Turn the stool upside down. Grip the two pins of a leg between thumb and forefinger and squeeze while holding the foot with the other hand and twisting slightly until the pins pull into the tube. Push (or pull) the foot until the pins reach the desired hole, then twist the foot back until the pins pop out the hole.
Mine arrived with the hardware strewn throughout the box. There was a tiny zip-lock bag for the hardware, sealed, but with a slit across it.
The front leg assembly had an orange stain that I was able to remove by rubbing it with toothpaste.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Had one and liked it so much I ordered another. Well made.Published 5 days ago by Elisabeth B. Mann
This chair was easy to assemble and is very sturdy. I purchased it for my 90 year old mom to use as her counter when she is preparing food. Read morePublished 14 days ago by Janet Madera
We use this as a shower chair - my husband is very tall. He has difficult with balance and standing on his own. It's great for support. Read morePublished 22 days ago by Babsy
This chair works wonderfully well with the hair washing tray. My mother has rheumatoid arthritis and I use that chair along with the hair washing tray to wash her hair. Read morePublished 1 month ago by J. Banks
Lightweight but seems to be sturdy. It was simple to put together.Published 1 month ago by Kassandra kannier