That's sounds like the exact one I have and it is at 16" right now. Heightwise, it's perfect, but it's better cushioning I need. I've tried putting a cushion on it, but it's not ideal.robert e wrote:How about $20? My bench is 16" at the top of the cushion, so you're probably talking 15" really. It's a cheap, ugly, three-height keyboard bench I found on Amazon, with an X-shaped support. Sturdy enough. I wouldn't call it well-padded, so you'll want to add a cushion or reupholster (which will make it look nicer at the same time).
As someone mentioned in another thread, many chairs can be lowered with the right tools.
EDIT: It also folds flat.
I actually have a couple of office chairs, but the thicker cushioned ones don't have a flat seat--they're scalloped on the sides and that makes for strange straddling. I would also prefer that it doesn't swivel or roll. I'd like it to be as sturdy and stable as possible.Stephen Kenyon wrote:I use standard type office swivel chairs - no arms of course. Easily found used for very little. I just got a new (to me) one that goes down to 16 inches.
They have the added advantage that being swivel-able, they teach one about lower leg tension - too much of that and you end up facing the wrong way!