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UHINOOS Garden Kneeler and Seat-Foldable Garden Bench Garden Stools with 2 Tool Pouches, Portable Garden Kneeling Pad EVA Foam Pad (Black&Green)

(33 customer reviews)

MATERIAL: Equipped with soft EVA foam mats and strong steel frames.Foam mat allows you to relieve pain from kneeling for a long time, avoid knee injuries, and keep your knees away from muddy ground and grass.
STURDY: The strong metal frame not only imparts it strength and durability, but also provides support for your hands and back to kneel and stand. You don’t have to put your palm on the grass to stand up – just hold the handle.
MULTI-FUNCTIONAL KNEELER: Garden kneeling bench can be used as a seat when its standing upright or use it as a kneeler when flipped over.
FOLDABLE DESIGN: The garden kneeler can be easily folded, easy to carry and store, without taking up too much space. Folded dimensions: 23″(L) x 12″ (W) x 5 “(H). Weight: 7 lbs.
TWO CONVENIENT TOOL BAGS:Comes with two removable tool pouches,each with 4 large pockets. It’s perfect for storing your tools for your convenience.

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Shape: Rectangular. Brand: UHINOOS. Frame Material: Metal. Color: Black&green. Product Dimensions: 23″D x 12″W x 19″H. Date First Available: October 1, 2021. Best Sellers Rank: #5,626 in Patio, Lawn & Garden. Customer Reviews: 4.4 out of 5 stars 792 ratings 4.4 out of 5 stars. ASIN: B091YNGY53. Manufacturer: UHINOOS. Item Weight: 7 pounds. Product Dimensions: 23 x 12 x 19 inches.

Specification: UHINOOS Garden Kneeler and Seat-Foldable Garden Bench Garden Stools with 2 Tool Pouches, Portable Garden Kneeling Pad EVA Foam Pad (Black&Green)

Weight 7 lbs
Dimensions 23 × 12 × 19 in

33 reviews for UHINOOS Garden Kneeler and Seat-Foldable Garden Bench Garden Stools with 2 Tool Pouches, Portable Garden Kneeling Pad EVA Foam Pad (Black&Green)

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  1. Robin

    I’ve had this kneeler / garden bench for less than 2 months. After 2 weeks, something cracked inside when I shifted my weight to reach a plant in the back of my garden bed. I kissed it off to being new and stiff. The next time, weeks later, I sat on it and heard definite crack sound and the seat came out of alignment on the right side. Plastic pieces fell out. It says it is supposed to hold up to 300 lbs. I weigh 154. I don’t think it was my weight. Otherwise, I believe the whole padding would have fallen through. It just broke on one side. I chose this bench because i thought it would be lighter to move around the yard, while taking care of different garden beds. Unfortunately, this bench was poorly made. I saw a wooden bench on a garden site. I think I will go back a purchase that instead.Read more

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  2. Thomas B.

    I have just finished planting about 300 bulbs, and I’m 76. It is great for kneeling, and the handles definitely make it easier to get up. This is much better than kneeling on hard pavement, and when I am in the flower beds it keeps my knees out of the dirt. The only problem is that when I kneel on it I hear it crack, but I haven’t seen any damage. If it does break, I’ll replace the seat with a piece of plywood and fasten this padding on that. Both the sitting and kneeling positions are a good height and comfortable. I originally gave it five stars, but now I need to rebuild the seat. I weigh 180 lb.s, so I’m about average for a man. The seat board has a plastic frame, and I first heard it crack the very first time I knelt on it. It finally gave up yesterday.Read more

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  3. Vancouver

    I was surprised to find this soundly built, good quality, and well packed. For rough terrain it takes maneuvering to get it even. Yet as for my flower and perennial beds this works just fine. I don’t have any problems bending forward and I am 5’10” tall so the highest seat adjustment is very good for me. When you turn it upside down for using it for kneeling, the bars (that are the legs when turned the other way) make a nice helper for standing back up.Read more

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  4. NITENUR2

    When we first got this kneeler we thought it was a well built product. We couldn’t have been more wrong. We used it today for the first time and it broke an hour or so into beginning our gardening . The pad is attached to plastic on the bottom side and the plastic broke about half way across. I weigh 195 lbs so I would think it would be designed to hold up to that much weight. There is not much good to say about this product.Read more

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  5. Barbara G.

    love this. i am 72 and have had knee replacements. this sturdy bench allows me to sit safely while i wirk in my gardenRead more

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  6. Jean E Field

    Great for getting up from kneeling. Padding is a bit hard on replaced knee. I bought extra padding. It is very stutdy and locks in place. The sprind loaded locks are stiff when trying to fold it back up.Read more

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  7. Robin

    I’ve had this kneeler / garden bench for less than 2 months. After 2 weeks, something cracked inside when I shifted my weight to reach a plant in the back of my garden bed. I kissed it off to being new and stiff. The next time, weeks later, I sat on it and heard definite crack sound and the seat came out of alignment on the right side. Plastic pieces fell out. It says it is supposed to hold up to 300 lbs. I weigh 154. I don’t think it was my weight. Otherwise, I believe the whole padding would have fallen through. It just broke on one side. I chose this bench because i thought it would be lighter to move around the yard, while taking care of different garden beds. Unfortunately, this bench was poorly made. I saw a wooden bench on a garden site. I think I will go back a purchase that instead.Read more

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  8. Thomas B.

    I have just finished planting about 300 bulbs, and I’m 76. It is great for kneeling, and the handles definitely make it easier to get up. This is much better than kneeling on hard pavement, and when I am in the flower beds it keeps my knees out of the dirt. The only problem is that when I kneel on it I hear it crack, but I haven’t seen any damage. If it does break, I’ll replace the seat with a piece of plywood and fasten this padding on that. Both the sitting and kneeling positions are a good height and comfortable. I originally gave it five stars, but now I need to rebuild the seat. I weigh 180 lb.s, so I’m about average for a man. The seat board has a plastic frame, and I first heard it crack the very first time I knelt on it. It finally gave up yesterday.Read more

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  9. Vancouver

    I was surprised to find this soundly built, good quality, and well packed. For rough terrain it takes maneuvering to get it even. Yet as for my flower and perennial beds this works just fine. I don’t have any problems bending forward and I am 5’10” tall so the highest seat adjustment is very good for me. When you turn it upside down for using it for kneeling, the bars (that are the legs when turned the other way) make a nice helper for standing back up.Read more

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  10. NITENUR2

    When we first got this kneeler we thought it was a well built product. We couldn’t have been more wrong. We used it today for the first time and it broke an hour or so into beginning our gardening . The pad is attached to plastic on the bottom side and the plastic broke about half way across. I weigh 195 lbs so I would think it would be designed to hold up to that much weight. There is not much good to say about this product.Read more

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  11. Barbara G.

    love this. i am 72 and have had knee replacements. this sturdy bench allows me to sit safely while i wirk in my gardenRead more

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  12. Jean E Field

    Great for getting up from kneeling. Padding is a bit hard on replaced knee. I bought extra padding. It is very stutdy and locks in place. The sprind loaded locks are stiff when trying to fold it back up.Read more

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  13. Goodanuf

    I purchased the UHINOOS Garden Kneeler and Seat-Foldable Garden Bench Garden on March 29, 2021. I do a lot of gardening and I wanted a product that would allow me to kneel down while I worked and assist me as I got back up on my feet. The item arrived on time and in perfect shape. The problem is that within the first couple of uses the plastic frame broke as well as the EVA foam pad. I have included a picture for you as well. The metal frame is sturdy enough and if you are careful when you fold it up, your fingers won’t get pinched, but to use plastic as a frame is just not practical. I would advise anyone who wants a bench to be sure the product is all metal. I am planning to see if I can drill out the old connectors and put in a plywood base. In that way I might be able to salvage the rest. AVOID!Read more

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  14. Murray Online Shopper

    Good and rigid. Good value compared similar items.Read more

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  15. Ong Choo Yong

    I climb into the backyard pond to clear debris once a while. Once out i need support to stand up due to weak knees.Read more

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  16. Robin

    I’ve had this kneeler / garden bench for less than 2 months. After 2 weeks, something cracked inside when I shifted my weight to reach a plant in the back of my garden bed. I kissed it off to being new and stiff. The next time, weeks later, I sat on it and heard definite crack sound and the seat came out of alignment on the right side. Plastic pieces fell out. It says it is supposed to hold up to 300 lbs. I weigh 154. I don’t think it was my weight. Otherwise, I believe the whole padding would have fallen through. It just broke on one side. I chose this bench because i thought it would be lighter to move around the yard, while taking care of different garden beds. Unfortunately, this bench was poorly made. I saw a wooden bench on a garden site. I think I will go back a purchase that instead.Read more

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  17. Thomas B.

    I have just finished planting about 300 bulbs, and I’m 76. It is great for kneeling, and the handles definitely make it easier to get up. This is much better than kneeling on hard pavement, and when I am in the flower beds it keeps my knees out of the dirt. The only problem is that when I kneel on it I hear it crack, but I haven’t seen any damage. If it does break, I’ll replace the seat with a piece of plywood and fasten this padding on that. Both the sitting and kneeling positions are a good height and comfortable. I originally gave it five stars, but now I need to rebuild the seat. I weigh 180 lb.s, so I’m about average for a man. The seat board has a plastic frame, and I first heard it crack the very first time I knelt on it. It finally gave up yesterday.Read more

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  18. Vancouver

    I was surprised to find this soundly built, good quality, and well packed. For rough terrain it takes maneuvering to get it even. Yet as for my flower and perennial beds this works just fine. I don’t have any problems bending forward and I am 5’10” tall so the highest seat adjustment is very good for me. When you turn it upside down for using it for kneeling, the bars (that are the legs when turned the other way) make a nice helper for standing back up.Read more

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  19. NITENUR2

    When we first got this kneeler we thought it was a well built product. We couldn’t have been more wrong. We used it today for the first time and it broke an hour or so into beginning our gardening . The pad is attached to plastic on the bottom side and the plastic broke about half way across. I weigh 195 lbs so I would think it would be designed to hold up to that much weight. There is not much good to say about this product.Read more

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  20. Barbara G.

    love this. i am 72 and have had knee replacements. this sturdy bench allows me to sit safely while i wirk in my gardenRead more

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  21. Jean E Field

    Great for getting up from kneeling. Padding is a bit hard on replaced knee. I bought extra padding. It is very stutdy and locks in place. The sprind loaded locks are stiff when trying to fold it back up.Read more

    Helpful(0) Unhelpful(0)You have already voted this
  22. Goodanuf

    I purchased the UHINOOS Garden Kneeler and Seat-Foldable Garden Bench Garden on March 29, 2021. I do a lot of gardening and I wanted a product that would allow me to kneel down while I worked and assist me as I got back up on my feet. The item arrived on time and in perfect shape. The problem is that within the first couple of uses the plastic frame broke as well as the EVA foam pad. I have included a picture for you as well. The metal frame is sturdy enough and if you are careful when you fold it up, your fingers won’t get pinched, but to use plastic as a frame is just not practical. I would advise anyone who wants a bench to be sure the product is all metal. I am planning to see if I can drill out the old connectors and put in a plywood base. In that way I might be able to salvage the rest. AVOID!Read more

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  23. Murray Online Shopper

    Good and rigid. Good value compared similar items.Read more

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  24. Ong Choo Yong

    I climb into the backyard pond to clear debris once a while. Once out i need support to stand up due to weak knees.Read more

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  25. Robin

    I’ve had this kneeler / garden bench for less than 2 months. After 2 weeks, something cracked inside when I shifted my weight to reach a plant in the back of my garden bed. I kissed it off to being new and stiff. The next time, weeks later, I sat on it and heard definite crack sound and the seat came out of alignment on the right side. Plastic pieces fell out. It says it is supposed to hold up to 300 lbs. I weigh 154. I don’t think it was my weight. Otherwise, I believe the whole padding would have fallen through. It just broke on one side. I chose this bench because i thought it would be lighter to move around the yard, while taking care of different garden beds. Unfortunately, this bench was poorly made. I saw a wooden bench on a garden site. I think I will go back a purchase that instead.Read more

    Helpful(0) Unhelpful(0)You have already voted this
  26. Thomas B.

    I have just finished planting about 300 bulbs, and I’m 76. It is great for kneeling, and the handles definitely make it easier to get up. This is much better than kneeling on hard pavement, and when I am in the flower beds it keeps my knees out of the dirt. The only problem is that when I kneel on it I hear it crack, but I haven’t seen any damage. If it does break, I’ll replace the seat with a piece of plywood and fasten this padding on that. Both the sitting and kneeling positions are a good height and comfortable. I originally gave it five stars, but now I need to rebuild the seat. I weigh 180 lb.s, so I’m about average for a man. The seat board has a plastic frame, and I first heard it crack the very first time I knelt on it. It finally gave up yesterday.Read more

    Helpful(0) Unhelpful(0)You have already voted this
  27. Vancouver

    I was surprised to find this soundly built, good quality, and well packed. For rough terrain it takes maneuvering to get it even. Yet as for my flower and perennial beds this works just fine. I don’t have any problems bending forward and I am 5’10” tall so the highest seat adjustment is very good for me. When you turn it upside down for using it for kneeling, the bars (that are the legs when turned the other way) make a nice helper for standing back up.Read more

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  28. NITENUR2

    When we first got this kneeler we thought it was a well built product. We couldn’t have been more wrong. We used it today for the first time and it broke an hour or so into beginning our gardening . The pad is attached to plastic on the bottom side and the plastic broke about half way across. I weigh 195 lbs so I would think it would be designed to hold up to that much weight. There is not much good to say about this product.Read more

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  29. Barbara G.

    love this. i am 72 and have had knee replacements. this sturdy bench allows me to sit safely while i wirk in my gardenRead more

    Helpful(0) Unhelpful(0)You have already voted this
  30. Jean E Field

    Great for getting up from kneeling. Padding is a bit hard on replaced knee. I bought extra padding. It is very stutdy and locks in place. The sprind loaded locks are stiff when trying to fold it back up.Read more

    Helpful(0) Unhelpful(0)You have already voted this
  31. Goodanuf

    I purchased the UHINOOS Garden Kneeler and Seat-Foldable Garden Bench Garden on March 29, 2021. I do a lot of gardening and I wanted a product that would allow me to kneel down while I worked and assist me as I got back up on my feet. The item arrived on time and in perfect shape. The problem is that within the first couple of uses the plastic frame broke as well as the EVA foam pad. I have included a picture for you as well. The metal frame is sturdy enough and if you are careful when you fold it up, your fingers won’t get pinched, but to use plastic as a frame is just not practical. I would advise anyone who wants a bench to be sure the product is all metal. I am planning to see if I can drill out the old connectors and put in a plywood base. In that way I might be able to salvage the rest. AVOID!Read more

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  32. Murray Online Shopper

    Good and rigid. Good value compared similar items.Read more

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  33. Ong Choo Yong

    I climb into the backyard pond to clear debris once a while. Once out i need support to stand up due to weak knees.Read more

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