Portable Telescopic Seat

By Sitpack

$49.95 $39.20 More on the way

Details

For those moments when sitting beats standing, lean on this super portable stool. Its telescopic design extends into a T-shaped surface you can rest on at concerts, sporting events, or while in a long line. When you’re done, collapse it. It shrinks down into a small capsule you can slip in a backpack or purse.

  • Materials: 81% polycarbonate, 14% glass fiber, 1% silicone; Removable foot: TPE
  • Care: Rinse with water if dirty
  • Portable, telescopic design folds compact for transport
  • Removable rubber bottom stopper for added traction
  • Great for concerts, sporting events, long-lines, festivals, and travel
  • Seating height is adjustable from 25” to 34”
  • Measures 6.5” in height and 2.5” in diameter when folded
  • Weight capacity: Can support up to 220 lbs.
  • Version 2 of SitPack after reciving customer feedback the maker has improved the friction component of each locking tube, reducing it to make it easier to open and close. As well as, adding a small plastic sleeve to the inside of the rubber stopper that touches the ground
  • Made in Denmark
  • Dimensions: Closed: 6.75" x 2.75" x 2.75"; Open: 34" x 13" x 3"
  • Weight: 1.25 lbs.

6 Reviews (3.5 out of 5 Grommets)

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5

Great invention

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I love traveling and you cannot always find a seat and my back bothers me and I need to sit or lean on something and this is the perfect solution and compact .More > < Less

5

Very effective "stool"

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I finally took mine out of its pack after having it in the car for months. My daughter and I went hiking , and I was able to walk further because of being able to rest in between "sprints". I used it as a walking stick to lean on when not in use while "sitting". I found it highly effective as exactly what it is made for - a place to sit and rest when none other is available. And its really comfortable! Highly recommend.More > < Less

5

Great for older people

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I'm 72 and sometimes I need to sit down when I'm out and there is no place to sit. This is really nice to have with me now. It really does take a load off when I need a rest. It is so good, that I have purchased 6 of them now for friends. Love you Grommet.More > < Less

4

Useful!

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Very useful item. It is heavier than I'd expected, but if it's going to support a person I suppose it can't be light.

1

Very bad product

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I was excited to get my sitpack and when I tried to use it the telescopic was fine but every time I try to sit on it the darn seat kept colabsing no way to make seat firm just kept falling down.
Going to try to send it back for a refund but don't think that's going to happen anytime soon hope I'm wrong because I really wanted the product to work I was so confident that it would that I threw away the box came in
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This chair fits in a purse.

About Sitpack

Sit Anywhere

This telescope-like contraption is actually a handy, portable stool. You can turn any waiting situation into a sitting one.

Sitpack folds down to a tall, cup-sized capsule you can slip into a purse or backpack and opens to T-shaped surface you can lean on. Anywhere. Rest at concerts, sporting events, or while in a long line. Because your legs stay extended, Sitpack is better for their circulation than your average chair.

While at a music festival, Denmark-based Maker Jonas Lind-Bendixen waited three hours for Prince to go on stage and then noticed thousands of chairs left behind. He wanted to create a seat—no bigger than a beverage can—that people could travel with.

When you’re ready to rest, adjust the height until it’s just right. The rubber grip at the bottom keeps you steady whether you’re watching a game outdoors, waiting for the bus, or giving your legs a break at a standing desk.