MityLite’s New Flex-One Folding Stool Just In Time for Holiday Entertaining and Big Games
Manufacturer’s reputation for building structurally sound furniture is showcased through the combination of lightweight durability and comfort.
OREM, Utah — MityLite today announced the immediate availability of the Flex-One Folding Stool, a counter-height stool designed to satisfy a multitude of portable seating needs, that also provides consumers a home furniture product ideal in small or confined spaces. The patterned and ventilated plastic seat of the Flex-One Folding Stool flexes for enhanced comfort. A seat-to-handle feature smoothly and effortlessly transitions the stool into a considerably slim storage profile.
Suited for a variety of home, entertainment, and travel uses, the Flex-One Folding Stool weighs only 5 lbs. and stands 24 inches high when set up. The stool folds to a remarkable 2.5-inch width for storage. A heavy-duty steel stool frame is topped with a stain-resistant, 13-inch wide plastic flex seat.
“The Flex-One Folding Stool demonstrates MityLite’s commitment to three values: flexibility, durability, and innovation,” said MityLite CEO John Dudash. “The new stool is the perfect addition to our Flex-One folding chair line. It looks great in any space and is easy to store, it carries our durable yet lightweight hallmark, and its design puts an exclamation mark on form and function.”
MityLite’s new Flex-One Folding Stool is available for consumer purchase at Sam’s Club for $15.99 MSRP and carries a one-year limited warranty. The Flex-One line also includes a folding and stacking chair, which are available at major retailers and online. To purchase Flex-One furniture in bulk or for commercial orders, contact MityLite directly at 1.800.909.7952.
MityLite’s longstanding leadership as a manufacturer of uniquely durable commercial tables and chairs has led to millions of products sold to thousands of satisfied customers. MityLite shares its expertise for product that demonstrates lightweight durability and comfort to consumers through the
Flex-One furniture product line, first introduced in 2011.