Jordan David. Stool. August 24th , 2017.
Ladies and gentlemen it has been my pleasure to explain a little bit more about this type of mechanism. Let me mention these three types of Mechanisms can be used in all our stools. It is my recommendation to use the swivel in all the different styles (excluding standard frame of course). And the memory return too, (except for the back less) because I don't see the necessity there. In addition let me tell you, these Mechanisms are built here in America. And they are guaranteed for a one year, since the date of purchase
The memory Return for Bar, and Counter stool swivels rotates 90 degrees to the left or right, on 12 smooth-gliding carbon- steel ball bearings. This mechanism is in a patented raceway. And this is the unique part of this mechanism, when the seat is not being used; the mechanism automatically swivels to return to the zero position with its advanced spring technology.
The Standard Mechanism. It is a very simple, straight forward design I had mentioned before. It will not rotate for obvious reasons. But it is this feature that makes the stool a very attractive piece of furniture.
Adjustable Bar Stools: While most furniture bar stools come in 24 inch and 36 inch models, there are many adjustable stools, also. For apparent reasons, the elderly or the parents of young kids may prefer the flexibility that comes with being able to set the height of the stool. Not only is it practical, it is also a lot safer than having to climb up on a chair that is not the exact height for you. These are perfect, and they come in numerous styles so you won't have to concern yourself about a limited selection.
Bar and Kitchen Stools, The Seat Mechanism! As I promised in my last article I will write about the mechanism of the stools. You have three possibilities and all of them are good, depending what your preference is. By doing the research on the swivel mechanism it is hard to believe, how far back I had gone to find the first swivel stools.
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