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 5 months, 3 weeks ago
on BlackOut Swivel Hard-Arm Chair
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 4 days 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 5 months, 1 week 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 5 months, 3 weeks ago