mimi wrote:I have that exact chair. I used one for years and years. I find it good if you have lower back problems...which I do.
Well, I'm glad to have gotten it.
I've always wanted one, and then balked at the price - $200-300.
So add on the tax, can be a $350 chair.
So getting it for FREE made me day.
Here's a place that sells it in Kits:http://www.chairlines.com/Jobri
They have a cheaper wooden model for about $100, but I'm not sure about the durability.
Probably would wear out, wouldn't last that long.
But...wood is easier on the joints, I find.
Got more give.