Gas Lift Bar Stools: Easy Lift To Bar Interaction

When you hear the phrase “extra tall,” what quickly comes to mind? One might say a building, or a person, a set of clothes, or yeah, even candles. But these days, furniture can be that, too. Take gas lift bar stools, for example. It is named such because of the gas spring, which is used to adjust chair height. When applied to bar stools, this invention, patented in 1972 to Drabert Soehne of Minden, Germany, creates flexibility and ease of use by matching the height of the stools to the height of the bar counter. Bar stools lifted by gas spring departs from conventional seating height and literally takes face-to-face bar interaction to a higher plane. The Bar: Melting Pot …