I have one of those kneelers, but don't like it being a few inches from the ground, also it's far too narrow, so never use it.
I have Gel Knee pads, also my favourite is a chunk of foam in a strong plastic bag, think it came from sack with bird food.
I have gel and foam filled knee pads, and although they're obviously better regarding freedom of movement around the garden, I can't use them for more than a few minutes before my knees get painful. The basic, high density kneeling mat works better for me. I guess it must be down to where the pressure is applied and how widely the load is spread.
Hi guys, I know this is a bit of an ask, but if you do own a garden kneeler then would you mind taking a photo of it, annotating it with dimensions and sending it on this forum?
Thank you so much,
This is the one I have.
I'm a great lump of a 6ft bloke and it's ok , sizewise, for me.
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Even if only some dimensions, for example the area of he kneeling area/how high from the kneeling area the handles are/the weight of the unit. That would all be great
click on the link, then click on "view more details".
Do you find that your back/core muscles begin to ache after using a garden kneeler for extended periods of time, like along the red lines in the following photo?:
Hello Dylan234 - the link you added to your post is broken - 404 message.
No neither back, core or feet ache. My last post was taken down because it was considered promotional so won't add links or images this time - I use a kneeler called KneePal which because of the moulded design your legs and feet are better positioned to avoid aches and cramps. To me a kneeler should be about taking the pressure off your knees especially if you have bad knees.
Sorry about the link, this was the photo it was meant to take you to. Do you experience strain on the muscles along the red lines?