Small enough to serve as a footrest. Beautiful faux-leather design looks good near sofa. Easy assembly that doesn't require tools. Thick cushion provides comfort for feet and calves.
Some owners complained of an initial odor that disappeared after a few days.
Surface is textured so that you can massage feet through socks. Tilts up and down. Grips on bottom prevent it from slipping around the floor. Inexpensive.
Some said it would be the footrest of their dreams if it was height adjustable.
Small beads to massage feet and prevent feet from sliding. Firm cushion. Many owners rave that they flip it around to maintain comfort depending on where they are sitting. Light and portable.
Like all footrests, it was too high for some, too short for others.
Simple – just hang from tray table and put your foot in the sling. Very lightweight and small. Won't cause you to exceed carry-on limits. Won't annoy the person sitting in front of you. Will give you extra under-seat room.
The happiest owners are on the shorter side.
Believe it or not a good footrest does more than just give your feet a place to rest if your chair is longer than your legs. They take pressure off your legs and can help prevent blood clots from forming when sitting for extended periods of time. They can also help decrease swelling in your legs and feet. And they help with varicose veins while taking pressure off your back. The best footrests will be comfortable and encourage active sitting. Some of the most important features include a textured surface because it doubles as a massager, adjustable height, and portability. A footrest that can tilt is very nice, but may be hard to find. A no-slip bottom is essential.
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