Gasser chair questions/opinions: height, pedestal adjustment? (2 Viewers)

GenghisKhan

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Hi,
So I found Gasser chairs but they are 25" seat height with a pedestal foot rest.

My current 19" high stacking chairs are low for my table. I just stacked 2 high as a test, which makes 25" and it's not so bad. But a little high.

Are Gassers with pedestal adjustable at all?
Guy wants $60 Canadian each and has 10. Would offer him half that and go from there.

This is the 1st time I've found Gassers in years of searching. When your province has only 1 casino, they just aren't plentiful. I'll probably never find more tbh.

What's the verdict? Do you guys think they are non adjustable and too high?

Let's say I had a friend who has a workshop, think it'd be feasible and worth it to chop off a few inches? Lol.

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seems like a slot chair? would be too high for any table ive sat at, but if a 25" chair was good for your table it would be a nice option. I would not expect it to be adjustable.
 

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Most tables I've sat at have a height at 30". Have to think a 25" chair would have the tallest person towering over the rail. Also agree with @skylines - those look like chairs for slot machines.
 

Rhodeman77

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I would think with the pedestal base they would be hard to scoot in and out of the table to adjust while seating too.

seem like the would be a good option if you had a high top bar table though.
 
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