Twist N Sit is a black stool that's meant to be used by adults and children in almost any setting, both indoors and out. It's stated that to use this fold-up stool, all you'll need to do is pull gently on both ends while giving it a little twist, until it's extended to your desired height. The available heights range from 2.5 inches to 18 inches, and it's specified that each of these stools is also lightweight, coming in at less than three pounds on a scale.
The cost of Twist N Sit is $29.99 plus $9.99 shipping for a total price of $39.98.
To adjust your stool to the height you need, grab onto the ends, and gently pull them away from each other. As you do so, twist the top of the stool (the end with the carry strap) slightly to the left. When your stool looks tall enough, stop pulling, and the stool's interlocking panels should immediately lock your stool into place at that height.
After you've adjusted your stool, you or anyone else you're with will be able to sit down on it. The stool can sit on various surfaces, such as those covered with sand, grass, cement, tile, or carpeting, and it can withstand a weight of more than 300 pounds.
When you're done sitting on your stool, for the time being, you can fold it up in order to save yourself some space. To do so, gently pull on both ends again, and give the top a slight twist to the right this time. This should cause the interlocking panels that are locked to unlock themselves. Following that, you should be able to fold up the stool, accordion-style, by simply pushing the top and the base together.
The Twist N Sit stool is suitable for adults and children, since it can be made tall enough to seat an adult comfortably, and short enough for a child to sit comfortably, too. When deciding how tall to make your stool, consider your own height or the height of the person who'll be sitting on it the most. If you're a tall adult, you may want to extend it to the full 18 inches, while a shorter adult might prefer 15, and a child might be better off with 13 or less.
Each of these stools comes in a shade of basic black, which means that yours will look good in almost any room, regardless of whether it's an office, a home gym, or a living room. It'll also complement most outdoor patio furniture.
As the Twist N Sit stool weighs less than three pounds, almost anyone will be able to carry it around while it's folded up or unfolded. However, you may find that you're able to carry it more effectively if it's folded up, especially if you use the built-in carrying strap that's attached to the top of each one. You'll be able to sling this strap over your shoulder to keep the stool attached to you as you walk.
This particular stool is waterproof in nature, so it's acceptable to leave it out in the rain while you sit on it or head for shelter. You can also safely use it in a motorboat, provided that you have the necessary space to set it up. Plus, it can be wiped clean (with a damp cloth) in a few minutes, if it happens to get dirty.
If you're headed to an outdoor event with limited seating, you might normally bring along a bunch of folding chairs, but it can be time-consuming to set these up. They can also feel bulky when you're carrying them under your arms. On the other hand, if you bring along one or more Twist N Sit stools, you'll be able to carry them while they're folded into small circles and set them up in seconds. Folding them up when the event is over shouldn't take more than a few seconds, either.
Children, seniors, and people who are getting back into shape after a long period of no exercise may quickly become fatigued while exercising outdoors. Fortunately, if you have your Twist N Sit stool nearby or attached to you while you walk, bike, hike, or play a game, you'll be able to pull it out when you need some rest. After you sit for a few minutes or so on the stool, you'll likely be able to rejoin your activity with more vigor.
People who want to sit at the level of their garden, but want to avoid sitting in the dirt, may appreciate this type of stool. An ordinary chair can position you too high above your garden to work with your plants productively, but you'll be able to adjust this stool's height so that you're sitting at an ideal level. If you've got flowerbeds that are raised up to slightly different heights, you'll even be able to adjust the stool's height as you move between them.
All chairs will provide you with at least a bit of back support, but this stool is completely backless. Therefore, it won't provide you with any back support at all. If you tend to sit with poor posture and experience back pain as a result, using this stool may only contribute to your problems. Furthermore, if your balance is extremely poor, you could topple backwards if you're not careful.
Along the same lines, the top of each of these stools is fairly hard, as opposed to being well-padded. Consequently, if you sit on this type of stool for a long time, you may notice that your bottom is starting to get sore. You could get your own cushion to place on top of the stool's seat, but it might be hard to find a cushion of the appropriate size and shape. Moreover, the cushion might slip and slide around as you move.
Although this stool will support more than 300 pounds of weight, it's assumed that each person who uses it will be sitting. It's not designed to support people who are standing, so you should never use it as a stepping stool when you want to reach something up high.
You could spend hours ordering a wooden stool from a furniture store and then putting it together from scratch, but then you'd end up with a stool that's not even adjustable. Depending on the type of wood used, it may not even be immune to water damage. As a quicker alternative, however, you could obtain a waterproof, put-together Twist N Sit stool and be sitting on it just minutes after you've opened its package.
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