Ninja Stool is a collapsible stool that's been made for use virtually anywhere—indoors or out. It's specified that you'll be able to expand the stool to its full height in seconds, but when it's collapsed, it'll take up less than a square foot of space. Each of these black stools has been designed to support a weight of up to 275 pounds, and each one also comes with a shoulder strap and a carrying handle.
The cost of Ninja Stool is $39.99 plus $7.99 shipping. The special TV offer allows you to receive a second Ninja Stool at the discounted price of only $9.99 for a total price of $57.97.
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When you want to sit down on your Ninja Stool, you'll need to hang onto both ends and pull on them in order to expand it to its full height. If you want a shorter seat, you can also stop when you're partway there. Regardless of the height you choose, hundreds of latches will lock into place as you pull on both ends of the stool. These latches will keep your stool in place as you sit on it, so you don't unintentionally end up on the ground.
Once you've expanded your stool to a height that you like, you'll need to place its base (the end without a red stripe) on a flat surface of your choice. This surface could be indoors or outdoors, and it could be made of something like tile, cement, or even grass. When the stool has been placed, you'll simply need to sit down on it as you would on an ordinary stool or chair.
After you're done sitting on your stool, it's best to collapse it so it'll take up as little space as possible. In order to do so, you'll have to give the base a twist in one direction. Following that, the whole thing will begin to collapse as you gently push down on the base and the seat. While it's collapsed, you'll be able to store it almost anywhere in your home or carry it by its handle or strap to another destination.
Each Ninja Stool is black, a shade that's commonly considered to be gender and age-neutral, and one that tends to look good in a variety of locations. The seat of each stool also contains a red, athletic-looking stripe that'll help you differentiate it from the base.
At about the same size as a Frisbee that you'd play with outdoors, this stool is quite compact after it's been collapsed. It's also so lightweight that most users will be able to carry it in one hand. However, despite its size, it'll be able to support up to 275 pounds of weight after it's been expanded. Most humans aren't heavier than 275 pounds, so almost anyone will be able to sit on it without breaking it.
It would be unfortunate if your stool were to close up as soon as you sat down on it, but each Ninja Stool contains more than 100 safety latches that'll stop it from doing so. When you sit down, you can rest assured that you'll remain safely off the ground, instead of taking an abrupt tumble.
For carrying purposes, the Ninja Stool comes with a longer shoulder over-the-shoulder strap and a shorter handle for you to hang onto in one hand. By using one of these attachments, you may be able to carry your stool for up to miles without dropping it or becoming tired. If you want to hang your stool from a hook on the wall at home, or in your shed or garage, you can also use the carrying handle to help you do so.
If you have to stand for an extended period of time, you might end up with achy feet, an achy back, and even achy knees. You can help yourself avoid these problems by pulling out your Ninja Stool instead of remaining on your feet, though. In public, you can set it up when you need to wait in a long lineup, or when you're going to be a spectator for a long period of time. At home, it may come in handy when you have a physical task to complete with your hands, such as a gardening-related job.
Seniors with mobility issues often have trouble standing for long periods of time, and kids can become impatient with the need to do so. That makes the Ninja Stool an ideal seat for people in both these age groups, so you may want to gift a child or a senior with one on their next birthday. Seniors who take walks, but want to rest a bit before heading back home, might find one of these stools especially helpful.
Without a portable seat like the Ninja Stool, you might choose to bring a heavier lawn chair along with you when you think other chairs won't be available. If you're traveling by vehicle, though, you can save yourself some space by swapping one or more lawn chairs for one or more of these collapsible stools. Moreover, you may be able to expand one of these stools in a shorter period of time than it would take you to fold out and set up a lawn chair.
Although it can help prevent the sort of back pain that comes from standing for a long time, the Ninja Stool offers no back support as part of its configuration. It's literally backless, so if you want to maintain good posture and sit with a straight back, you'll have to make an effort not to slouch on your own. The fact that each one is backless contributes to its compact nature, but it would be beneficial for some users if a detachable, optional backrest could be included.
While the Ninja Stool will support up to 275 pounds of weight, it hasn't been designed to be used as a step-stool. Therefore, you shouldn't stand on it, even if this will help you reach something in a high place. If you do, you might become too unbalanced and end up hurting yourself.
These stools are suitable for both indoor and outdoor use, so if you're looking for new stools for your house and yard, you won't have to get two sets. Instead, you'll be able to use these stools outside and then transport them inside whenever you feel the need to. Plus, if you're not satisfied with your current seating options while you're on the job, you'll also be able to transport one in your car to work and then bring it back home again.
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