FEL48121

Fellowes Standard Foot Rest

17.6" x 13.1" x 3.8" - Granite

Reg. Price $29.99

Our Price $20.65 Each

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Footrest offers a 2-position height adjustment
Free-floating platform stretches legs for increased circulation
Textured surface massages feet for extra comfort
Footrest blends in with any home or office decor
Overall dimensions: 17-5/8" W x 13-1/8" D x 3-3/4" H; Graphite
  • Additional Info
SKU
FEL48121
Manufacturer
Fellowes, Inc
Manufacturer Part Number
48121
Brand Name
Fellowes
Product Type
Footrest
Color
Other
Weight (Approximate)
3.13 lb
Recycled
No
Limited Warranty
1 Year

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Fellowes Standard Foot Rest
 
3.4

(based on 8 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

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50%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Functional (5)
  • Design (3)

Cons

  • Well built / quality (5)

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1.0

2 attempts but still breaking

By NNBB

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      Comments about Fellowes Standard Foot Rest:

      As others have said Design Flaw here. I'm a small lady yet I have had 2 of these footrests break within one month! The small plastic bit holding the rester to the base is not strong enough to withstand against expected use.

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      2.0

      Design Flaw

      By Jared

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          Comments about Fellowes Standard Foot Rest:

          Like some other reviewers have mentioned there is a huge design flaw with the way the foot rest hooks into the base. I received the footrest as a gift for Christmas and after 3 months of use the plastic tab that keeps the footrest in the groove of the base snapped.

           
          2.0

          2 Have Broken in 1 yr!!

          By HCHBA

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              Comments about Fellowes Standard Foot Rest:

              This foot rest has a HUGE flaw! I have broken 2 in the last year. The little tabs that hook on the base and allow for positioning a very weak. I am a small woman and am not excessively strong and only work part time so it's not over use!

               
              5.0

              Huge help

              By KarenD

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                  Comments about Fellowes Standard Foot Rest:

                  I have back problems and this has reduced my pain by forcing me to sit back in my chair. I'd recommend it.

                   
                  5.0

                  foot rest brings comfort

                  By Thalassinoides

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                      Comments about Fellowes Standard Foot Rest:

                      I purchased this footrest a few days ago and I am very happy with the results. I especially like two things 1) the swinging and 2) the bumped upper surface. I use it at home, no shoes on, and the bumps actually provide me with an easy massage. I think that this footrest should be a little heavier so that it would not move as easy.

                       
                      4.0

                      Thumbs up

                      By Taylork4

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                        Comments about Fellowes Standard Foot Rest:

                        Definitely gives you the angle needed with your legs to give your back more support. It helps to keep you in the correct position in your chair.

                         
                        3.0

                        Breaks Easily

                        By free2justb

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                          Comments about Fellowes Standard Foot Rest:

                          I thought this foot rest would be the answer to my prayers since my feet do not reach the floor at work. I bought this and placed it under my desk since I am quite petite and it strains my back to type all day with my feet dangling. I have a sedentary job. I love the height and feel of the product but the plastic piece that acts as a hinge to allow the foot rest to tilt/rock, broke within a few months of use. I weigh under 130 lbs and have not kicked it so this plastic piece that holds the hinge part together is obviously too cheap & breaks way too easily. The good news is that even though I can no longer tilt/rock the foot rest, like it's supposed to, I am still able to get some use out it. I can still lay my feet on it however it falls apart if I move the slightest bit without those plastic pieces. It also could use some rubber grips on the bottom to keep it from sliding around on the floor, whenever you do tilt/rock your feet.

                           
                          5.0

                          Great Value - Great Price

                          By Lovesthefootrest

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                              Comments about Fellowes Standard Foot Rest:

                              I purchased this footrest for my desk at work because my legs never felt comfortable, especially since I'm short and have a hard time reaching the ground. This footrest instantly took the pressure off my lower back and helped my legs feel more comfortable. I used to have to sit semi-crossed legged with one leg up on my chair which was not good for my back pain, but now my feet are comfortable. This footrest is worth the price.

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