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Using an office stool to sit on as you do your day-to-day work may sound like such a far-off idea especially if you’re used to a high backrest office chair, but if you constantly experience back problems from sitting on it all day, then a stool chair like the Wobble Stool Air might actually help you relieve that pain. The office stool chair will help you do this by keeping your back straight as you sit, and since it doesn’t come with a backrest, it’ll force you to engage your core muscles so that you’re able to maintain an upright posture. Anyone looking for the best ergonomic stool ought to give the Wobble Stool a look, but if you don’t have the chance to, you’ll have a pretty good idea of what it has to offer by the time you get to the end of this review.

Why We Like It – Wobble Stool Air

The Wobble office stool air is an affordable stool that is easy to adjust, easy to assemble and because of its 5-star base, also able to be moved around easily. The seat bears an elegant, durable design, and has an 18-inch diameter cushion that is large enough to be comfortable for any user.

  • Promotes active seating
  • Has 5 dual caster wheels that are great for moving it around
  • Double layered seat cushion
  • Not ideal for a short person


Like most office stools, there’s obviously no back support that comes with the Wobble Stool Air, but this doesn’t mean that the stool can’t do anything for your back. Once you start sitting on it, you’ll start having to keep your back straight all by yourself, and this will have you pushing out your stomach so that you can maintain an upright posture. The only major difference that it’s got with the Seville Classics Airlift 360 Sit-Stand Adjustable Ergonomic Active Balance Non-Slip Desk Stool is that you might have to limit your movement so as to not move the chair, as it’s got wheel casters instead of a non-slip stand. Another drafting chair with wheels is the Modway Veer drafting chair.


The unique seat cushion on the Wobble Office Stool is uniquely different from what you’ll find on the Flash Furniture Ergonomic Stool as it is stitched in two layers, making it wobbly and therefore able to change in line with your different body movements. This helps promote active seating, which is healthy for you as it helps you have a back that stays engaged as you’re working. The seat material on the stool is textile, and not leather or mesh fabric, and this gives it an almost cloth-like feel. If you’d prefer a more comfortable chair, you might like the NOUHAUS Ergo3D ergonomic office chair.


You’ll be able to make a seat height adjustment on the Wobble Office Stool by pressing the ring that’s just below the seat cushion of the chair against the rim of the seat and lifting it up or down to your preferred seat height. This is very different from how you would make a height adjustment on the Flash Furniture Ergonomic Stool, but it’s not that it is something worth complaining about. The chair’s maximum height is about 25.5 inches, so it’s not exactly a drafting stool, but it’ll still be good for you even if you happen to be a tall person.


Because a stool doesn’t come with a backrest, we can’t really talk about it in terms of breathability, as most of your body will remain exposed as you sit on it. For another stool option, check out our Boss Office Products stool review.


If you’ve been using office chairs for a very long time, then starting to use a stool may take some time to get used to at first, but once you get the hang of it, you might even decide to ditch office chairs for good. The Wobble Stool Air for instance is great because it comes with an easily adjustable seat, as well as dual caster wheel rollers that make it easy to move it into place.

Office Stool Wrap Up

The Wobble office stool is a great pick for a seat that is easy to put together, height adjustable, and usable in both your home and office. Head over to Amazon to find out what first-time users had to say about the chair, and find out if it’s something that you’d consider buying.

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