As other people mentioned, the assembly can be a little tricky because the instruction is not the best. If you find yourself thinking that the center pipe (with adjustable screw) doesn't fit into the base, make sure you put it parallel to the base frame, not perpendicular. The knee padding could use some more cushion, but you get what you pay for. And, yes, I know you are not supposed to put your weight on your knees, but even with a correct use, it can get hard on your knees. Also, the cover material for the seat is rather slippery, so it actually makes it easier for the body weight to shift forward even if you're not trying to do so. Resting your feet on the back metal frame could provide some comfort, but doing so for a long time would kill your shins. I also don't think this chair would work for short people. I'm 5'9, and I find myself wishing that there was less distance between the seat and the knee rests. However, if you spend enough time studying correct usage of kneeling chair and learn this chair's unique characteristics, you can use it well. For example, I actually removed the wheels because I realized that it made it less comfortable to put my feet on the floor, by creating extra space (too high). So, play around with it and find a way to make it work for you, and you get your money's worth.
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