Rough Guides Folding Stool - £3.24 (was £12.99) @ Argos ! - HotUKDeals
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This compact stool provides an ideal solution for outdoor seating.
It unfolds and locks into a strong rigid and comfortable seat in seconds.
Comes with carry case.
Size (H)28, (W)28, (D)16cm.
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#1
Excellent boot fair gear.
#2
nice and compact, but weighs a ton !
#3
jebervic;1444192
... but weighs a ton !


Know the actual weight ? :)
#4
edi
Know the actual weight ? :)


no,but i'll see if I can find out though, bought 2 of these- well worth the money
#5
Looks Identical to one my mum bought this morning, called in while passing at lunch time but was worth a laugh.
These are very small and compact, but when i say small, I mean small!
Watching my parents trying to balance on them in the lounge made me chuckle :-D ..
They went straight back in the bag to be returned ;-) ...

I'm not saying they would be useless for everybody, but before you rush down to buy just try squatting on something around a foot high (28cm) first!
Ideal I guess if your under 4"6. :thumbsup: ...
#6
I already tried to get the flask in the same brand and a couple of other items but gave up out of frustration as nothing I wanted seemed to be available in any stores within a 20 mile radius of here.
#7
I bought a couple of these when this deal was posted here a couple of weeks ago. Take my advice and buy two - you'll need one per buttock... :-D
#8
Just been to Argos and got two. I would confirm that these are really for kids or small adults!!!
#9
Actual weight is about 1.2kg (a bit over 2.5lb).
Impressively, the max load is 39 stone - I wouldn't fancy testing that!!

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