Yes, it is located on the underside of the mesh seat. It is advised that all swimmers read the label before using EdgeMate (see label).

Height (when upright): 32”
Width: 26”
Seat width: 20.5”
Seat depth: 16”
Lay-flat thickness: 4”
Weight: 9 pounds

Returns are accepted within 45 days of the purchase date. EdgeMate must be in its original, unused condition upon return for a full refund. The purchaser is responsible for all expenses related to packaging and shipping. Reuse of the original shipping box is accepted and recommended.

EdgeMate’s hang bar needs to be placed on a stable, flat surface, which means that it is meant for in-ground pools only.

EdgeMate has been tested to hold 300 pounds out of water, which means that based upon human buoyancy rates, there is no weight limit for the chair when used correctly.

EdgeMate is intended for shallow water use only. The definition of shallow water depends on the height of the swimmer. If you can sit down into EdgeMate as you would a normal chair, then you are at a correct depth for use. If you have to lift off of one foot, as you would get into a stool, the water is likely too deep.

Always get into EdgeMate from inside the pool. Do not enter into EdgeMate from the pool deck.

EdgeMate is intended for any able-bodied swimmer with access to an in-ground pool.

EdgeMate is designed so that nothing has to be done to the pool or pool deck. It comes ready to use right out of the box!

EdgeMate is designed to fit almost any in-ground pool, but, unfortunately, it does not fit all of them. If the pool deck is level and meets the pool wall at something close to a 90-degree angle, then EdgeMate will likely be compatible with your pool.

If the pool has a gutter (with or without gutter guard) that drops down from the pool deck approximately six inches, the swimmer will likely sit too low in the water to fully enjoy EdgeMate. Below is an image of a pool that EdgeMate is NOT compatible with.

EdgeMate Gutter FAQ

EdgeMate folds flat for easy transport and storage, but beyond that it does not adjust.

Your pool has water-quality issues. Our chairs have undergone years of frequent and rigorous testing and have never showed even the slightest signs of rust and/or corrosion. Poor water quality will SIGNIFICANTLY impact the appearance, longevity and functionality of EdgeMate. We cannot control the quality of pool water, therefore we will not be responsible for ANY EdgeMate Pool Chair issues stemming from poor water quality (i.e. chemical imbalance).