Not sure if the EdgeMate Pool Chair will fit your pool’s edge? Let’s break it down!
The EdgeMate Pool Chair fits most in-ground pools, but, due to the diverse nature of pool design, not all of them.
And while no qualifying test is perfect, if you are able to answer yes to the following two questions, EdgeMate is likely to be compatible with your pool:
Can the pad on the support bar have complete contact with the pool deck?
Will the uprights on the main frame run parallel to the pool wall?
Here is a profile view of a compatible pool. Notice how the pad on the support bar has complete contact with the level pool surface (coping) and the uprights on the main frame run parallel (alongside) to the pool wall.
Due to the pool’s sloped edge (coping), the pad on the support bar does not have contact with the surface. Because of this, EdgeMate will be unlikely to hold the position that allows the uprights on the main frame to run parallel to the pool wall.
Sitting in EdgeMate is no different than sitting in a conventional chair. While a swimmer’s height and water depth will often vary, one should always make a point of sitting down into EdgeMate.
If a swimmer has to step up (like they would a bar stool), they should position EdgeMate in more shallow water.
If you’re still unsure if your pool is compatible, please contact us at
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