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(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)
from New York
Comments about Folding Footrest by OakRidge Accents:
Really like it. Works fine.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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Great Product! Very Pleased
By Proud Pack Leader
from Bass Lake, CA
opened and used right away. folds up and easy and light to carry back to car or put in suitcase. takes the pressure off my lower back when sitting in chairs / furniture made for longer legged people ;) LOVE this product!
By Sandy 50
from Park Ridge, IL
Easy to use.
(1 of 2 customers found this review helpful)
Good concept, but unit needs to be longer and legs need to lock in place.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
By merry traveller
when traveling on bus or train, feet don't reach the floor. Easy to use for this purpose.
minus star rating
By No nickname. I am Charlotte Venetianer
from Palm Coast, Florida 32135
I'm still waiting for my replacement of the item I ordered. The original received was of: -Poor quality; -Split wood; -Hinges misplaced..does not allow sides to stand. It was a big disappointment.
Love, Love, Love this Footstool
By Ea Texas Gal
from Galveston, TX
Lifts legs to a comfortable position.
The Perfect sized stool
from Leslie, AR
Its perfect to use as a passenger in the truck where my feet don't reach the floor comfortably
(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)
Just what I needed!
from Conroe, TX
I have a really crummy back, and when I sit, I feel much better if my feet are propped up. This little collapsible stool fits in my bag and can go with me anywhere. Love, love, love it!
(4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)
Great value for the price, I am buying a second one.
By Short Shopper
from Poughkeepsie, NY
Please remind customers that they have to open the supporting brace which is attached by hinges in order to make sure the side legs stay out and the step remains square and supportive. I suspect that the one reviewer who said the side legs didn't stay out did not realize they needed to open the support brace.