Tool Tech


Well-known member
Oct 30, 2013
So, I'm calling this Tech,
All of us have put up with the crappy china chairs. I'm pushing 50 now and am tired of rebuilding these.
Here is my first review of the Vyper fixed height low-pro.

Assembly is as expected,

Materials are impressive.
(The casters bolt on with 1/2" bolts with steel pinch nuts).

The structure is worth supporting 400 pounds.
Bolts are 5/16 with steel pinch nuts.

The casters can roll thru a half inch of dirt w/o notice.

The base that the casters bolt to is WIDE. it's a seat that's not gonna dump you on your a$$ from a pebble or extension cord.
(been there, done that).

The test,
Was basically switching from the seat I assembled it in to the freshly assembled Vyper chair.
10 out of 10 for cushion.
Rolled over piles of dirt and cords no problem.

Cost is a negative, and is the reason for this being called the first review.
I will be protecting the seat from welding slag for longevity.

I am going to try the creeper and the quick adjust chairs as fundage allows.

Not sure about country of origin.

here are some pics of the stools .


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I've looked at those before, I just have a hard time justifying the cost.