CPRO-600S The Ergonomic Worker Seat allows individuals to go from a low crouch position to a standing position. The seat height can be adjusted by moving The seat and hooking in to The horizontal bars located on The chair frame. Swivel seat included for easier twisting and turning. The unit has four rubber “shocks” under The seat base that allow The seat to tilt forward, left, and right so it can accommodate your body movements. The front tilted position of The seat helps The user maintain The natural posture position of The spine. Footrest included.
Red Harvest –
Took 3 tries to get what I orderedVestil has been a pain to deal with, has manufacturing, packaging, and shipping problems. Plus they are horrid about not following up. While I am generally happy with the product, it has been pulling teeth to get to this point, and has wasted a lot of time. Finally received working one in mid-September after placing original order in June.I have a much older version of this chair with a fixed seat and I have wanted to try the swivel seat for some time. I finally placed an order and the saga began. The first shipment arrived with the ends protruding from the box due to poor packaging. There were only minor scrapes and I would have kept it…except they sent the wrong model (fixed seat) even though the paperwork was right (swivel), and the box was clearly marked as the fixed seat model when I checked. I requested a replacement.The replacement arrived in better packaging, in July, and was the right model, but there was an obvious manufacturing defect. The seat was super tight, and had to be driven into place on the rails. This was gouging paint off the rail on the underside. A bigger problem is that it was even tougher to pull apart when I needed to change seat positions (which I need to do frequently…the whole point of the chair.)The problem is that the C-channel welded into the chair seat (which has a plastic bearing surface) was welded too low in between the side slots. Note that the fixed seat did NOT have this problem, nor did my old one from long ago. This put the top of the bearing surface fully down into the space, while leaving a gap on the other side.Rather than just return it through Amazon as defective and try again a third time, I made the mistake of trying to work directly with the company to see if they could send parts or a new seat. I did this trying to be helpful, but that backfired badly. The customer rep I spoke to never called me, emailed me or anything. I had to keep calling her once a week to find out if there was progress. Nothing. So I tried someone else, now past my return window because I had an out of country trip while waiting for this to be resolved. It was now well into August.Originally the company said it was outside their warranty, but then I pointed out that I had been making requests for over a month and getting crickets from them. So then I had to submit an explanation of the defect, then an image, then finally a video. The rep tried to deny it was a defect, just unusually tight and implied I didn’t know how to use their chair. Finally, I got authorization for another return direct to them, with the promise that a new one would ship when the return arrived.I did the return…and waited…eventually tracking showed that the return had been received, so I waited. Crickets again. I gave it time for the replacement to show up, nothing. So I called again and they verified they had received the return, and it had been returned to stock! (Despite being DEFECTIVE.) However, someone forgot to ship the replacement.So I waited again and heard nothing. I called and they said it had shipped days before and gave me the tracking number. I finally received a working chair a few days later. It is also welded well off center, but not so bad that I have to beat on the seat to get it in and out.
Philip S. Taylor –
Sturdy but heavySolid and nicely finished. This chair is quite heavy. Swivel seat is nice.
Vincent Zaby –
very comfortablethe seat is heavy
Ergonomic worker’s benchVery satisfied!