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- Walkstool Basic 20 In
- Walkstool Basic
- Walkstool 24" Max Height
- Walkstool 20" Max Height
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- Camping seat:
- Type: tripod
- Number of seats: single chair
- Frame construction: round tube frame
Pattern Name: seat height 50 cm
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It's important to note, this is not a cheap camp chair. It's sturdy and well made. It also is high enough not to hurt those arthritic knees and is easy to get up from, especially when balancing using a single walk pole.
Being a Massage Therapist who makes house calls and performs at athletic events and locations, there is a great need for a seat at the correct ergonomically friendly height that is lightweight and portable enough to accompany my table and other equipment. I use my table at the 4th adjustment peg and this 24" stool is perfect for me.
The seat is very small, and as another comment mentioned, it can be unaccommodating to the male anatomy. I have to manually reposition my balls each time I sit down or there is no space for them and they get squashed uncomfortably by the support between my legs. Because it is a tripod, you either have to sit with one corner between your legs, and one behind each butt cheek, (digging into each cheek may be more accurate), or try to sit with one of the supports behind you, and one on either side(I find this impossible myself, as I have to lift my legs off the ground and I sink back into the stool). That being said, if I work at it, I can get into a fairly comfortable position, and the tall height allows you to have part of your weight carried by your legs on the ground. I am a 6 foot (5'11") tall male, who weighs 190lbs, with a 34" waist. After 15 minutes or so, it can get uncomfortable, and you have to be very conscious of how the seat is supporting your weight.
That being said, I'll probably keep it and use it. At the low height setting I don't have these same issues, as it puts me in a nice squat position, and I can squat on basically anything. At the low height it works like a monopod with just one point of contact with the ground. It's about as comfortable as when I sit on my skateboard, except you have a rotational axis of movement instead of a horizontal one.
I actually have figured out how to sit on the full height configuration with one support behind, basically on my tailbone, and the two front supports supporting each leg midway on my hamstrings. I also have to lift my feet off the ground, and grab onto the midpoint of the supports with my feet like a monkey, halfway between the seat and the ground where the supports intersect, with my feet. This is probably the most long term comfortable position, just as long as you get your pelvic tilt right, so your lower back doesn't curve.
So with a little work, it can be pretty comfortable. I got the basic model and not the comfort one, so that's what you might have to deal with.
Other than that, the quality seems excellent, and I anticipate it will last a long time and go anywhere without trouble.
Strong enough for us heavier folks, and very small and light to carry. It fits into my tool box.
Only issue has been with the feet digging into soft soil and then splitting the rubber foot caps, but I think I saw someone selling sort of solution for that...