After time, do the adjustable legs continue to hold up or do they start slipping under weight?
I cannot tell from the picture but it appears the adjustable legs are only held in place by a plastic lock that holds them in position by friction. This as opposed to a system that might work using slots or cogs to keep the legs from slipping.
asked 2 years, 1 month ago
on BlackOut Swivel Hard-Arm Chair
They haven't slipped on me yet. Although they do lock with plastic lock, they only lock at every inch mark so they hold securely. They are also very quiet to adjust compared to the ones with a spring mounted ball that pops into a hole.
so far after several uses they have not slipped at all. chair appears to be pretty well made.
answered 1 year, 5 months ago
I have sat in my chair for hours at a time. At home first, then in the woods...no sliping at all. ...so far...
answered 1 year, 7 months ago
- Northern MI
The legs (once opened) are in a locked position at the end of their range on motion, they cannot slip out of place.
answered 2 years ago
- Brantford, ON
Thanks for asking! The legs will hold very strongly for a long time. The bottom leg section is aluminum and the internal teeth of the adjustment mechanism is steel - so with weight applied the steel bites into the aluminum leg holding very firmly.
answered 2 years, 1 month ago