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135JS Saddle Stool

  • Exclusive 360° Dynamic Motion technology helps strengthen back muscles, reduce back pain & minimize sitting fatigue
  • Easily adjust seat height and level of dynamic motion desired with convenient control ring for optimal personal comfort
  • 135JS is available in the UltraLeather upholstery of Dove Gray, Raven Wing & Papyrus
  • 135JS is available in standard and higher heights (24”- 32” & 27″-37″) with a 17″ upholstered seat width
  • Better posture as the vertebrae discs align naturally, resulting in immediate improved posture with less spinal muscle degeneration.
  • Tension relief in the shoulder and neck area due to the improved positioning of the thoracic and cervical spine.
  • Deeper breathing occurs due to the stretching of the torso allowing for better circulation, resulting in less fatigue.
  • Improved mobility and reach is easily achieved as the legs are free to “scoot” around the operatory, while remaining seated.

Hear it from Amy!

Discover how the 135 Saddle Stool helped actress and comedian Amy Gordon of the The Amy G Show find relief and comfort for long-sitting sessions. Ideal for dental professionals yet perfect for anyone who sits for extended periods. 

Learn about her journey from the roller rink to the recording booth and how finding the right seat made all the difference.

  • Standard 17” upholstered saddle seat design
  • Press on ring for easy height adjustment
  • Turn ring to conveniently adjust level of dynamic motion
  • 23” diameter cast aluminum base w/large castors
  • 250 lb. weight capacity
Model NumberHeight RangeUltraleather Upholstery ColorsRecommended User Height
135JS24″-32″Dove Gray, Raven Wing, Papyrus5’3″ – 5’11”
135JS-H27″-37″Dove Gray, Raven Wing, PapyrusOver 5′ 11″
  1. Sitting on the 135DSS Stool
  2. Always approach the stool from the back and stand to one side.
  3. Swing other leg over the back of the stool and be seated. (When swinging your leg over the stool, make sure the stool has not rolled away before sitting.)
  4. Lift the adjustment lever until feet are flat on the floor. Thighs should angle downward at approximately 45°. The stool is now at your proper ergonomic height.
  5. Proper ergonomic seated back position: Hips tilted forward, deep low back curve.
  6. Adjust work surface so the user’s forearms are in a horizontal position, or sloping downward at a maximum of 3°-4°.

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