Taking stool technology to another level, the Kore™ Stool embodies an ergonomic feature long touted by ergonomists as a bedrock of proper ergonomics: Continual motion of your body while at work.
The Kore™ Stool allows the user to flex side to side and front to back - with its patented anti-tip system and gently rounded ergonomic base, the stool allows you to move and flex without falling or leaving your seat.
The Kore™ Stool great for exercising your legs, back, and abdominal muscles, while also relieving and preventing soreness and stiffness!
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Keep your body and core active and healthy at work with the Kore™ Stool - The Stool that Really Rocks!
- Innovative, ergonomic rocking motion!
- Exercises your Core, Legs, and Back muscles.
- Prevents and relieves soreness associated with sitting.
- Padded Foam Seat in either black vinyl, leather or fabric.
Weight Capacity: 250 lbs.
Sit Duration: 2-4 hours
Meets or exceeds ANSI/BIFMA standards: yes
Dimensions: View Specs Guide
Overall: 15" Diameter x 18"H up to 25"H
Seat: 15" Diameter
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The History of the Kore Stool:
1986: Rocking stool is awarded USPTO Design patent #283,856.The original rocking stool was created in a wood shop. The stools were hand-turned of solid wood and sold to friends and colleagues: designers, woodworkers, artists, sailmakers.
1999-2002: First manufactured version of the stool, called the Unistool. Because of its innovative and healthful design, it was sold in the Museum of Modern Art's Design Store in New York.
A participating architect in the Museum of Modern Art's Un-private House exhibition recommended the stool to the museum shop. The design was adapted for manufacturing, with factory-built seat and piston; the base, however, was still handmade of wood.
2000 - 2005: Rocking stool developed for mass production.
2005 - 2006: Flexistool introduced to market. Out There Technologies (under the guidence of owner Jon Elmalah) began marketing the stool under the name Flexistool - this was to be the precursor to the Kore Stool.
2007 - 2008: The Kore Stool.
Recognizing a need for great ergonomic products that actually improved your health while being value priced, Out There Technologies released the Kore Stool - a combination of innovative design and quality with value pricing!