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Yard Butler GKS-2 Garden Kneeler and Seat

Pinned on September 2, 2012 at 10:48 pm by jp

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Yard Butler GKS-2 Garden Kneeler and Seat

Enjoy gardening in comfort with the Garden Kneeler and Seat. The ergonomic design prevents sore knees caused by kneeling on the ground and back pain caused by stooping and bending. Kneel in cushioned comfort and protect your clothes from dirt and grass stains. Turn it over to sit at the proper height for gardening and other household chores. Legs lock securely for safety. Ideal for arthritis sufferers. Both sides of the platform have 3/4-inch thick foam for comfort. In the kneeler position, the extended arms make getting up and down easier. When you’re through with your tasks the Garden Kneeler and Seat folds flat for easy storage. Folds flat to 11- by 24-1/2- by 5-inches. Don’t suffer for one more minute from unnecessary knee and back pain. Yard Butler guarantees all Yard Butler tools for life against any defects in manufacturing or materials.

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Gerald J. Handschuh says:

My Yard Butler I am 70 and love to garden. However, it has become increasingly difficult for me to get up from a kneeling position. This device has solved my problem. In addition, I can now avoid the red SC clay from permanently soiling my jeans. The Butler opens and closes easily and is portable.

C. Rothwell says:

Not Just for Gardening I have used this as a kneeler to clean a floor and to clean out cabinets, as a seat to rest temporarily while reading incomprehensible instructions for another product. I have used it to kneel on while planting bulbs and to sit on while creating a container garden. To change from kneeler to seat just flip it over. It folds up for storage – not without some effort and possibly a bit of figuring out how it works depending on your experience with such things. It’s portable. It’s very sturdy. You can use the uprights to give yourself some leverage up if needed. The pads are nice on the knees and the seat. It’s better than kneepads because it doesn’t restrict your movement. The pads are 16″ x 6.5″ and the space between the uprights when set up is 22″, providing plenty of space.


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