Cosco 11120RED1 Retro Chair/Step Stool, Red

by Debra

in Kitchen

  • Stylish Chrome Finish with padded vinyl seat and back
  • Easy, one-tool assembly
  • Step stool slides in and out easily with smooth tracking
  • Over molded step treads for security
  • 225-pound weight capacity

Product Description
Funky retro furniture doesn’t always serve a purpose, but this chair sure does. Not only can it give you a comfy perch by the bar, it also can be used a step stool…. More >>

Cosco 11120RED1 Retro Chair/Step Stool, Red

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R. Eye January 15, 2010 at 9:18 am

This step stool is not worth it – the steps that are shown extended in the photo connect only via a plastic groove in the red plastic cross bars shown on the legs of the stepstool. Therefore, when you move the stool, the steps flop along. You have to move them out yourself and put them back in yourself. They come off too easily so you are having to place them inside the groove whenever you move the stool/chair. The stool itself is very small and while this is OK for a stationary perching stool, it is NOT good for a step stool and too small and uncomfortable as a seat.
Rating: 1 / 5

Anonymous January 15, 2010 at 9:40 am

This Chair/stool has plastic parts in key locations that cause poor performance. The steps slide on a poorly conceived plastic rail that produce rough movement and frequent derailment that is difficult to repair. Retainers that guide the steps on the rail break easily. Original stool was solid, sturdy, and functional. This re-make is not.
Rating: 1 / 5

Lori Riddle January 15, 2010 at 11:34 am

My Grandmother had one of these in her kitchen and I can remember all the kids fighting over who got to sit on the stool at large family gatherings. I’m really sorry that I let her’s get away from us when she died. I was so excited to see this stool on Amazon and could not wait to get it. But I returned it within less than 5 minutes of taking it out of the box. First of all it is a lot smaller than you think. My daughter’s wooden highchair is larger than this stool. But what really made me dislike it is the color. To call it red is very misleading. I would say it was closer to orange, which doesn’t appeal to me or match my kitchen.
Rating: 2 / 5

Amaris O. Lynip January 15, 2010 at 11:54 am

I selected this chair over the white chair/step stool, also offered through Target, because it looked sturdier. However, the parts are so poorly constructed that they do not fit together well, and there is a significant wobble to the legs. The sliding mechanism for the steps is primitive and constantly derails. I bought this stool as a perch for my 2-year old daughter to watch me work in the kitchen, but it is so unstable that I am afraid to let her climb on it.
Also, while the assembly instructions are easy to follow, either the screws and/or the accompanying Allen wrench are too flimsy. I could not tighten the screws properly before the wrench was completely stripped.
Rating: 2 / 5

K. Hise January 15, 2010 at 12:19 pm

My husband and I had no problems putting this chair together. It is quite sturdy. My young grandsons enjoy using it as much as I do. The track system for the steps does not stay in place, however this is a minor problem for me. I looked everywhere for one of these chairs and I was very pleased to find it. The red color is fun and cheery. I have back pain and this chair makes it much less painful to work in the kitchen for long periods of time.
Rating: 4 / 5

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