Kore™ Antimicrobial Youth Adjustable Wobble Stool
As low as $118.99
Kore™ Antimicrobial Youth Adjustable Wobble Stool is rated out of 5 by 3.
Height adjustable for high-energy students in grades 4–9
- 280 lb. weight capacity
- Patented SMART PLASTIC seat and base offer antimicrobial protection against the spread of common bacteria, including E. coli, listeria, and S. aureus
- Seat measures 11" dia.
- Gently rounded bottom provides an outlet for excess energy
- Encourages bodies to move and find ever-changing, comfortable positions
- Steel support column features a hydraulic piston lift that adjusts seat 16-1/2–24"H
- 13-3/4" dia. base
Rated 5 out of 5 by PublicLibraryGal from This stool has made for better meetings I have this stool in my office, and it's the first chair that anyone who comes in wants to use. Adults from 5' to 6'3" have used it, and they all love being able to move around a bit and bounce. Staff at other desks borrow it and everyone who uses it seems to be more focused. It was very easy to put together when it arrived. My only complaint is that I wish the seat were a little wider, but since it's made for kids that makes sense. I'm going to see about getting an adult one for my office as well!
Date published: 2018-07-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by Book Hoarder from Students Love! I purchased two stools for my library and the autism class borrowed one to see how it would work for their class. It was so successful that I requested two more for them. It comes in amazing colors. The stool is lightweight and easy to carry around. The students also love the adjustable feature. The only issue I have is the stool comes off too easily.
Date published: 2018-05-04
Rated 1 out of 5 by Ginny313 from Buyer Beware! Actually we would like to return this item. No where in the item description does it say that it is a wobble stool. I would not have purchased it if it did. But when I opened the package, the manufacturer calls it a "Wobble Chair." I am looking for something sturdy and safe for a study area, not a playground.
Date published: 2018-05-25