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• 1,000-lb. stationary weight capacity*
• durable resin seat with extra-soft padding
• sturdy screw base lift adjusts seat height from 18" to 24"
• 5-leg steel chrome base
• heavy-duty locking wheels
• seat size: 28½"w x 23"d
• assembly required; easy instructions included
Imported.

LivingXL® Padded Tractor Seat Stool

• 1,000-lb. stationary weight capacity*
• durable resin seat with extra-soft padding
• sturdy screw base lift adjusts seat height from 18" to 24"
• 5-leg steel chrome base
• heavy-duty locking wheels
• seat size: 28½"w x 23"d
• assembly required; easy instructions included
Imported.

Item # X2028

229.95 $229.95

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    • Please note that shipment damage claims must be filed with the carrier within 48 hours of receipt and must be returned in original packaging.
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    *Stationary Weight Capacity means the maximum stationary weight that this product can support when used in its proper fixed position in accordance with the product specifications. Our chairs are designed to hold one person.

    This item cannot be shipped to Alaska, Hawaii, Internationally, to a PO Box or an APO/FPO. No expedited shipping is available.

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    REVIEW SNAPSHOT®

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    Living XLLivingXL® Padded Tractor Seat Stool
     
    4.0

    (based on 18 reviews)

    Ratings Distribution

    • 5 Stars

       

      (6)

    • 4 Stars

       

      (6)

    • 3 Stars

       

      (6)

    • 2 Stars

       

      (0)

    • 1 Stars

       

      (0)

    75%

    of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

    Pros

    • Durable (5)

    Cons

    No Cons

    Best Uses

    • Kitchen (4)
      • Was this a gift?:
      • No (14)

    Most Liked Positive Review

     

    good chair

    After reading reviews I was hesitant to purchase this chair because of the wheel locks. I cant bend down and unlock the wheels if they were to go down as other reviewers stated. But...Read complete review

    After reading reviews I was hesitant to purchase this chair because of the wheel locks. I cant bend down and unlock the wheels if they were to go down as other reviewers stated. But I took the chance and Im really glad I did.

    I use a chair in the bathroom for when I need to use the sink, or when Im coming out of the shower. So my primary use is for the bathroom - but you can easily use this in the kitchen, or as an office chair, or outside maybe under a covered patio, etc.

    I got this stool to replace that chair, and Im not adjusted to its height, but for me it was a little too tall. Im a tall person, and I felt this was too tall at its lowest height.

    I ended up not noticing the locks sliding down on the wheels when I was using it, BUT the locks stick straight out (parallel to the floor) and they are hard sharp plastic things that not only jab but cut your skin if you hit it. And if youre sitting on the stool and scooting to move somewhere, even an inch or so... it hits the back of your ankle. And it hurts.

    So we asked a family friend to saw them off. We dont need locks for it, and I dont understand why they are there to begin with.

    Now that Im accustomed to the height, and the locks are gone, I love my stool. Its much more easier for my body to sit in. Its very soft - the cushion is padded (but because I use this in the bathroom, I always put a towel over the base to protect it anyways). The way the seat is contoured I find it is supportive, and my back doesnt hurt like it did in the chair. This seat is also wide (in depth not just horizontal width) so I dont feel like I have to rely on my legs as much to keep me in as I did the chair.

    I should note that while I feel this chair is strong, and stable, its only with the seat at its lowest setting. I have not raised the height of the seat, so if it becomes less stable, I dont know.

    Also I should point out that one con is the diameter of the legs is very large. Our door frames to the bathrooms are about 30", and we cannot roll this chair/stool in there as it is. We have to pick it up, turn it sideways, and carry it in. So make sure you have room for this stool.

    Finally I came on here looking for furniture to support my weight, and I read the reviews in the hopes of getting some idea if this stool would work for me. Unfortunately my size would probably qualify me to be on that TLC show. I say this because most of the time when you read reviews about products where people refer to themselves as morbid, they are only 3-400lbs.
    So I want to help if anyone else comes on this site, in the same circumstance as I, they can know that at least the stool I received in the mail - dont worry, it will hold you.

    Oh, also, this stool was easy to put together. You just add washers to the screws, and screw (with the allen wrench provided), the based into the bottom of the chair. You simply sit the support for the stool into the wheel base - you dont screw it in or snap it in. But it fits. Then you put in the wheels, although that does require you to push down a little harder than you think is safe, in order for it to go in. I should also clarify that it doesnt exactly 'snap' in... theres not really a confirmation if youve pushed it in far enough. So I just pushed them as far as I could, and figured once my butt sat on the stool, gravity would do the rest. :)

    VS

    Most Liked Negative Review

     

    Would have preferred a bar stool seat

    I got this for kitchen use. I weigh about 385. The stool rolls easily until I actually sit on it, then it stops. I can usually shift it sideways but the wheels bang...Read complete review

    I got this for kitchen use. I weigh about 385. The stool rolls easily until I actually sit on it, then it stops. I can usually shift it sideways but the wheels bang me in the heels (as mentioned by another reviewer). The wheel locks are easy to find and release but they seem to lock themselves on a random basis (maybe when it whacks me in the foot). I also would have preferred a standard bar stool seat as I slide out of the tractor seat quite often, and have had the stool scoot away from me if I leaned forward. It seems to have a slight slant to it. I find it's easier to use if I sit on it backwards but I'm afraid I'll break it by doing that. It's better than nothing but for the price I'd look for something else.

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    5.0

    GREAT SEAT FOR SHORT FOLKS

    By SCOOTER

    from NC

    Pros

      Cons

      • JUST TOO SHORT,NEEDS 4'' OF LIFT

      Best Uses

      • USED IN MY WORK SHOP

      Comments about Living XL LivingXL® Padded Tractor Seat Stool:

      I GOT THE TRACTOR SEAT 3 DAYS AGO. LOVE THE COMFORT IT GIVES.I DID NOT KNOW THE SEAT WAY PLASTIC.BUT IT IS NICE TO SIT ON. I AM 6'4'', 450 LB. AND I HAVE NOT HAD ANY OF THE ROLLING TROUBLE I READ ABOUT. IT IS ALSO NOT A GAS SHOCK LIKE A PERSON IN FLORIDA SAID. IT IS A SOLID SCREW LIFT. THE WHEEL LOCKS HAVE NEVER TOUCHED MY FEET. LOVE THE SEAT. ONLY ONE REPAIR NEEDED FOR ME ,IS TO PUT A RISER BLOCK BETWEEN THE SEAT AND BASE. THE SEAT AT FULL HEIGHT IS ABOUT 3'' TOO DARN SHORT. SO I NEED TO RAISE IT UP. WHY DOES ALL THE MANUFACTURE'S THINK EVERY ONE IS 5' TALL . I LEFT THAT BEHIND IN GRADE SCHOOL. OTHER WISE GREAT SEAT.

      • Was this a gift?:
      • No

      (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      This my third stool

      By Big Rod

      from McMinnville, Ore

      Verified Buyer

      Comments about Living XL LivingXL® Padded Tractor Seat Stool:

      I use the stool in my shop since am a big man who's knees cannot take the abuse of getting up and down while working on a project.

      • Was this a gift?:
      • No

      (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      ALOT of Cush for your Tush.

      By Heavy

      from Browndeer, WI

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Im Moving With Ease Agai
      • The Weight Capacity Is Aw

      Cons

        Best Uses

          Comments about Living XL LivingXL® Padded Tractor Seat Stool:

          I'm back! I not able to stand, so I uses this stool to move freely in the kitchen.

          • Was this a gift?:
          • No

          (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

           
          3.0

          Needs some revisions...WHEELS

          By liz

          from Medford WI

          Pros

          • comfortable seat, height adjusment, feel secure

          Cons

          • Horrible wheels,hard to roll around, hurt ankles

          Best Uses

          • Kitchen if better wheels

          Comments about Living XL LivingXL® Padded Tractor Seat Stool:

          I am very frustrated with this chair. It would be perfect if only they would improve the wheels. They are hard plastic that wear off on my ceramic kitchen floor, leaving black marks everywhere. It is hard to maneuver and takes a lot of effort. I want to replace the casters with soft rubber without those locks, that have cut the back of my ankles and made them bleed. Seriously...but the problem is this is the only choice i could find that would work for me. I wanted something sturdy and comfortable as far as the seat is concerned.I also needed something that could be adjusted height wise. I suffer from severe arthritis in my knees and need something for the kitchen that makes it possible for me to cook, etc. My kitchen has very limited space ..a U shape and this is very large for it..can only go back and forth..it is larger than anticipated. The wheels are the main problem as stated many times by others...

          • Was this a gift?:
          • No

          (3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

           
          3.0

          wish they would have better wheels on it!

          By key

          from ky

          Verified Buyer

          Pros

          • Seat Weight Limit

          Cons

          • Bad wheels

          Best Uses

          • Sitting

          Comments about Living XL LivingXL® Padded Tractor Seat Stool:

          no locks on wheels plz. nice seat. I like it all but the wheels. they do not roll. locks hurt yr ankles. depending on how it holds up. don't kn if I would bye agene or not or tell anyone about the stool.

          • Was this a gift?:
          • No

          (3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

           
          4.0

          Pros & Cons

          By thecopout

          from Puget Sound, WA

          Pros

          • Comfortable
          • Fairly Well Built
          • Sturdy

          Cons

          • Overpriced
          • Wheels Bang Your Ankles
          • Wheels do not roll easily

          Best Uses

          • Desk

          Comments about Living XL LivingXL® Padded Tractor Seat Stool:

          I use this at my desk and have found it to be very comfortable and supportive of my weight (385). It goes together fairly easily although you must push down extremely hard to insert the wheels. And speaking of wheels, that is where this product fails miserably. They are made of cheap plastic and do not roll (on a hardwood floor) easily at all. Top that with the fact that they bang your ankles something fierce. It will take time learning to keep your feet a safe distance away. Finally, the price is quite excessive for the product. That being said, I would still purchase another should the need arise.

          • Was this a gift?:
          • No

          (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

           
          5.0

          great stool

          By nhcat2003

          from Warren, N.H.

          Verified Buyer

          Pros

          • Wide And Stable Sturdy

          Cons

          • Wheels Are Not Good With

          Best Uses

          • Sitting And Preparing Thi

          Comments about Living XL LivingXL® Padded Tractor Seat Stool:

          Great stool but needs better wheels that works better to move in for the rest of the stool. I use it in my kitchen to get around but the wheels drag and not a smooth transfer. Really disappointed with how it had a broken seat but the company was great how they replaced it so fast. Great results.

          • Was this a gift?:
          • No

          (5 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

           
          4.0

          Owned this chair for several years

          By Hopesurvives

          from FL

          Verified Reviewer

          Pros

          • Large seat
          • Sturdy

          Cons

          • Hard to Roll
          • Locking Wheels
          • marks floors
          • Pneumatic Seat Problems

          Best Uses

            Comments about Living XL LivingXL® Padded Tractor Seat Stool:

            I use this stool to move around in my kitchen. If I put the seat on the Pneumatic setting that I want, then the seat sinks slowly throughout the day and I have to readjust the height. If I put the seat up higher, when I wake up in the morning the seat has adjusted itself all the way up, which is too high for me. To adjust the seat height you have to twirl the seat, either left or right depending on whether you want it to go up or down.
            The wheels leave black marks on my kitchen floor. My flooring is Travertine which is a natural stone that belongs to the limestone family.
            The chair is sturdy, and I have probably been using it about 3 years.
            I hate the locks, I am constantly having to check to see if any of the locks are down, there is an individual lock for each leg that can really hurt the back of your heels. Sometimes I think the chair is locked because it is hard to move. It does not move freely in all directions.
            I am very happy with the seat on this chair. This would be an excellent chair,if they would remove the locks, correct the Pneumatic seat, and make the chair move more freely. when in the unlocked position.

            • Was this a gift?:
            • No

            (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

             
            4.0

            Well Built Stool

            By Wisconsin Tom

            from Appleton, WI

            Verified Buyer

            Pros

            • Height Adj Is Good
            • Holds Large Weight
            • Well built

            Cons

            • Don't Need Locking Wheels

            Best Uses

            • Kitchen
            • Workshop

            Comments about Living XL LivingXL® Padded Tractor Seat Stool:

            I use in kitchen and at the counter. Comfortable and large seat.

            • Was this a gift?:
            • No

            (17 of 17 customers found this review helpful)

             
            4.0

            good chair

            By grasshopper

            from scv, ca

            Verified Reviewer

            Pros

            • Stable
            • Strong

            Cons

            • Height
            • Wheels

            Best Uses

            • Bathroom
            • Closet
            • Kitchen
            • Outdoor

            Comments about Living XL LivingXL® Padded Tractor Seat Stool:

            After reading reviews I was hesitant to purchase this chair because of the wheel locks. I cant bend down and unlock the wheels if they were to go down as other reviewers stated. But I took the chance and Im really glad I did.

            I use a chair in the bathroom for when I need to use the sink, or when Im coming out of the shower. So my primary use is for the bathroom - but you can easily use this in the kitchen, or as an office chair, or outside maybe under a covered patio, etc.

            I got this stool to replace that chair, and Im not adjusted to its height, but for me it was a little too tall. Im a tall person, and I felt this was too tall at its lowest height.

            I ended up not noticing the locks sliding down on the wheels when I was using it, BUT the locks stick straight out (parallel to the floor) and they are hard sharp plastic things that not only jab but cut your skin if you hit it. And if youre sitting on the stool and scooting to move somewhere, even an inch or so... it hits the back of your ankle. And it hurts.

            So we asked a family friend to saw them off. We dont need locks for it, and I dont understand why they are there to begin with.

            Now that Im accustomed to the height, and the locks are gone, I love my stool. Its much more easier for my body to sit in. Its very soft - the cushion is padded (but because I use this in the bathroom, I always put a towel over the base to protect it anyways). The way the seat is contoured I find it is supportive, and my back doesnt hurt like it did in the chair. This seat is also wide (in depth not just horizontal width) so I dont feel like I have to rely on my legs as much to keep me in as I did the chair.

            I should note that while I feel this chair is strong, and stable, its only with the seat at its lowest setting. I have not raised the height of the seat, so if it becomes less stable, I dont know.

            Also I should point out that one con is the diameter of the legs is very large. Our door frames to the bathrooms are about 30", and we cannot roll this chair/stool in there as it is. We have to pick it up, turn it sideways, and carry it in. So make sure you have room for this stool.

            Finally I came on here looking for furniture to support my weight, and I read the reviews in the hopes of getting some idea if this stool would work for me. Unfortunately my size would probably qualify me to be on that TLC show. I say this because most of the time when you read reviews about products where people refer to themselves as morbid, they are only 3-400lbs.
            So I want to help if anyone else comes on this site, in the same circumstance as I, they can know that at least the stool I received in the mail - dont worry, it will hold you.

            Oh, also, this stool was easy to put together. You just add washers to the screws, and screw (with the allen wrench provided), the based into the bottom of the chair. You simply sit the support for the stool into the wheel base - you dont screw it in or snap it in. But it fits. Then you put in the wheels, although that does require you to push down a little harder than you think is safe, in order for it to go in. I should also clarify that it doesnt exactly 'snap' in... theres not really a confirmation if youve pushed it in far enough. So I just pushed them as far as I could, and figured once my butt sat on the stool, gravity would do the rest. :)

            • Was this a gift?:
            • No

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            • Q:

              One of the reviews says the chair is slanted. How slanted is it?
              Asked on 9/15/2016 by j from SAINT JOHNS, FLORIDA

              1 answer

              • CUSTOMER CARE

                A:

                i,
                Thank you for your inquiry. This item does not have a slant in the seat.

                Answered on 9/17/2016 by Customer Service
            • Q:

              Is there a way to remove the locking part on the wheel so it doesn't lock up every time you accidently hit it?
              Asked on 7/6/2016 by Anna from OKC, OK

              1 answer

              • CUSTOMER CARE

                A:

                Hi Anna, there isn't a way to remove the locking part on the wheels.

                Answered on 7/7/2016 by Customer Service
            • Q:

              Would it be possible to buy Better wheels for this chair? Has anyone tried?
              Asked on 10/26/2015 by suchislife32

              2 answers

              • CUSTOMER CARE

                A:

                This item comes with heavy-duty locking wheels. Optional wheels are not offered.

                Answered on 10/27/2015 by Customer Service
              • A:

                I just replaced the wheels with casters that do not leave marks on tile, or hardwood floors. The wheels that come with it are made for carpet and soft surfaces and leave black marks everywhere and wear down on tile. It was quite difficult to get the casters off but once they came off, replacement was very easy and works great.

                Answered on 4/21/2016 by lizan from Medford WI
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