|Item Weight||12.3 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||15.8 x 17.9 x 28.9 inches|
|Item model number||94089|
|Assembled Height||28.9 inches|
|Assembled Width||15.8 inches|
|Assembled Length||17.91 inches|
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Winsome Wood 29-Inch Saddle Seat Stool, Walnut
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- From Winsome Wood, 29-inch high saddle seat stool for use at the kitchen counter or home bar
- Crafted in solid beech wood with attractive walnut finish
- Broad contoured seat; square legs with supportive rungs for sturdy base
- Also available in 24-inch height and matte black finish; home assembly required
- Measures 18 inches wide by 16 inches deep by 29 inches high; Seat dimension : 17.50"W x 8.90"D | sold individually
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Top Customer Reviews
As many other reviewers have noted, the assembly is a PAIN... with what they provide you in the box, that is! This is the only reason I did not rate these stools 5/5 stars. Here are some tips on what we did when assembling the stools that made them 1000x easier to put together:
1. Toss the allen wrench they provide you into the trash immediately. Don't even look at it, unless you feel like stripping the screws right off the bat.
2. Have a small ratchet, some wood glue (or normal school glue even), a microfiber cloth and a hammer handy. You will need to attach a 4mm hex bit to the ratchet for the screws they provide you (and yes, you CAN use the screws provided! They are good quality, although we are still unsure why they give you galvanized Tapcon screws intended for outdoor cement work... they're not cheap to produce!)
3. Assemble both the legs like Figure 1 in the instructions before you being to screw in the screws. Make SURE you use the correct pieces of wood in the correct holes (shorter cross piece goes in the lower hole, each side should have a long leg piece with a dot and a leg without a dot at the top) as well as the correct length screws (short, for this part).
4. When screwing in the screws, go slow and steady; do not apply too much force/torque at once or you WILL STRIP THE SCREW! Fortunately, if this happens (and you are not too close to the end) you can unscrew them out and use a replacement screw they provide you. With the ratchet, it is very easy to get the screws in quickly while not stripping them.Read more ›
The assembly was a breeze. It took me less than 15 minutes to fully assemble, with only an over-excited 5 year old to help, plus an autistic 3 year old, angry 2 year old, and pesky 7 month old to make assembly more interesting. The directions were easy to understand, and it required no tools other than the allen wrench that came with the product. I do recommend using some carpenter's glue to secure the screw covers, as mine simply will not stay in the holes. That's my only complaint about the assembly.
Once assembled, everyone tried it out, and the verdict(s) is(are):
5yo: It kinda hurts to climb up on with bare feet.
3yo: I like being so high up in da sky.
2yo: I need help, Mama!
Me: It appears sturdy, with no apparent wobble or creakiness.
Husband: It's fine. I don't know why you thought we needed a stool.
Which brings me to my final point, the weight limit. My husband is not overweight, but at just over 6 feet tall, comes to close to the weight limit for his comfort. I don't see it listed in the product description, but a label on the underside of the stool's seat warns that it can only hold 220 lbs. Not an issue for me, but I imagine there are plenty of people who might consider ordering this stool for whom that would be a deterrent.Read more ›
I weigh over 300 lbs and this stool does not budge!
Takes a little time to put together but well worth it.
Nice color. It is of very good quality.
You will not be disappointed.
It is just right in my kitchen for the assorted tasks I do.
The seat part is wide enough for my fat a$$.
As one reviewer previously mentioned, when you are unpacking the contents of the box, be sure to look for the red dots on the legs. The legs of the stool are packaged two together - both legs with red dots are in the same bag. The red dots ensure that the holes for the cross bars are facing the right way. I was surprised at how small the box was. It comes with an allen wrench and a total of 12 screws. I think it took about 10-15 minutes to read the directions and put the first one together.
One thing I wish I had thought about was the "feet". We have dark wood floors which show every little scratch, and I should have bought some felt pads for these at the same time. For now, I taped some of the the soft packing material under the bottom of the legs :)
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Arrived on time , product is as advertised and good quality for the price ! Great
I might even buy a few more!
Solid construction and easy to assemble . The price was great also . The only complaint I might have was that after having had to replace one (because it was damaged ) That the... Read morePublished 1 day ago by Sidonie Straughn
Goes great with a table I got. Pretty sturdy and saves space!Published 1 day ago by Amanda Carreras
Just as described. Easy to assemble. Beautiful color and very sturdy.Published 2 days ago by Cheryl L.
Did not know if the corners were going to be an issue...but, they weren't! Hesse stools are very sturdy and nice looking. Assembly was easy!Published 2 days ago by Patricia A. Derry
Nice quality, easy to assemble. My husband is almost 300lbs and they fit him comfortably and he isn't worried about them breaking. Read morePublished 3 days ago by John Myrman
I love it so much, we ordered 2 more within minutes of putting together the first one. My only beef is I paid $37.70 for one the day before yesterday, and today the price is $29. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Robert B.
poor design screws on the legs under the seat have to be re-tightened at least once a month or it gets really wobblyPublished 3 days ago by lehinton
This is a repeat purchase based on excellent past experience. Very well made and easy to assemble.Published 3 days ago by Donald Calabrese