Speaking on Business: Sitgo
Sitgo is a single-leg stool that you can easily take with you when standing for long periods of time.
This is Chris Redgrave for Zions Bank Speaking on Business.
The idea for brothers Jon and Jesse Webb with their business, Sitgo, came when Jon drove past a construction worker holding a sign and shifting back and forth to avoid fatigue. An innovator, he thought how useful it would be to have something portable this worker could lean on to rest his legs while standing for so many hours. He built a prototype, started testing it and created Sitgo.
Sitgo is a single-leg stool that you can easily take with you for relief when standing for long periods of time. It’s designed to be handy and folds up small enough to carry like a small water bottle and is adjustable, so it’s useful for many heights and weights. Not to mention, the rubber foot grips all surfaces including cement, hardwoord floor, tile and grass. The best part of Sitgo is a pad for the seat so it’s more comfortable to lean on.
The original thought for Sitgo was to use it at amusement parks or events; however, Jon says the Boomers have found it and love its versatility. One customer takes daily walks and loves using the Sitgo to take a rest. Another person took it to a political convention, which involved standing for three hours, and said it was perfect.
For Zions Bank, I’m Chris Redgrave, speaking on business.
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