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Buying Guide: This garden kneeler is a serious knee saver
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Buying Guide: This garden kneeler is a serious knee saver

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Spending time on your garden can be a great way to get outside and do something productive while staying safe. But long hours spent crouching, bending, and kneeling while tending to your landscaping can lead to back, neck, and knee pain. That’s where this garden kneeler from Ohuhu comes in in.

How It Works

The Ohuhu garden kneeler and seat is the prefect gift for gardeners. The device can be used in multiple ways. Raise the legs to make a comfortable chair while pruning hedges or lay the kneeler flat on the ground for a supportive cushioned kneeling pad while weeding. The ultra-soft cushion reduces pressure on joints so you can stay comfortable during big gardening projects. The side pockets also give you a handy place to store gardening tools.

Durable and Portable

This garden kneeler is meant to withstand the elements. The solid steel frame can support up to 330 pounds, and the EVA material stands up to rain, dirt, and snow. It’s also easy to carry and store since the legs can be tucked out of the way for tight spaces and it’s lightweight enough to be carried by hand.

Why Customers Love It

Gardeners on Amazon are raving about this kneeling bench giving it an average rating of 4.7 out of 5 stars with more than 650 reviews. Customers loved that it seemed sturdier than similar garden kneelers while providing comfort. Reviewers with arthritis, MS, and other mobility issues found this garden kneeler allowed them to get back to a hobby they loved without the joint pain.

Ohuhu Garden Kneeler and Seat available from Amazon


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