Millenium MDT4 Drum Throne Round

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Drum Throne

  • Round seat
  • Diameter: 28 cm
  • Double-braced
  • Continuously adjustable in height (without fixed increments)
  • Min. height: 53 cm
  • Max. height: 63 cm
  • Colour: Black
available since May 2006
Item number 190868
sales unit 1 piece(s)
Fabric Imitation Leather
Design Of Seat Round
Height Adjustment Spindle Yes
With Backrest No
Removeable Backrest No
B-Stock from 399 kr available
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It works, but I would not recommend.
ivoi.iovi 13.10.2021
I know this is a very cheap product and I shouldn't really complain - it's not too terrible for the price but still it is fairly bad. The seat itself is sort of weird and does this air-release compression when you sit on it, I guess that is functional but it feels rather strange when getting up and down. I have it tightened up properly but still the stool loosens very quickly and easily as the engineering and components are just lacking.
If you really can't afford better then don't feel too bad as this is comfortable and even if it takes a bit of extra fiddling, it works just fine. If you can afford an extra €20-30 then I would say go for something better if you plan to be at your kit a lot - it is a worthy area of investment!
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Really unstable throne!
Nitikorn 22.12.2021
You hear the air leaking sound literally every time you sit on it.

The locking screw probably keeps the throne in place and some seconds then it wobbles and spins you around. This would be perfect for you if you want to spin around while drumming. So, you need to screw the lock every minute to keep it in place.

I would not recommend buying this, you should rather invest a bit more and get something in a higher price range.
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Its okay for its price point
Ottomar 04.06.2022
For 40€, its nothing to be expected, okay build quality, the lower part of the throne is pretty well built, but the upper half, where you sit on, is not that great.
There's not alot of cushioning on the seat, when you sit on it, all the air from the cushioning comes out by some tiny holes that are on the side of the seat. After 5 minutes of playing, it just feels like your sitting on a wood seat, because there's not alot of cushioning.
I put my throne up pretty high, there is one part of the throne where you can attach the seat with the throne, there's only one part that is gonna keep the seat from tilting, but it doesn't to a great job. After I turned it on tight, so the seat doesn't get flimsy, after a little bit of playing, the bolt that held it tight, went loose.
So when you play for 10 mins, you have to turn the bolt tight again, due to it getting unstable and loose again.

If you look at the different types of drum thrones that are available on the market, this throne is one of the cheapest of them all.
If you're are looking for a good drum throne, I would suggest you to buy a throne, that costs over 60-70€
If you're looking for the CHEAPEST drum throne, this would be it. But beaware of the cons of this drum throne, they can get pretty annoying after long time use.
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not bad for a budget stool
Howard T. 29.10.2017
I run a PA company and needed a stool for our festival 'house kit'. To be honest this sees as much use around the workshop and stage side as a general stool as it does behind a drum kit. we bought it just to last the summer but it has exceeded expectations. Bear in mind that I'm a lot bigger than the average guy, at 150kg, s the stool has taken a lot of downward force without any damage to parts. The only exception is the feet - and here I should apply a note of caution. I used it as an engineers stool at a festival, on soft grass. my weight pushed the metal legs through the rubber feet. I should imagine it would be fine if used properly and it still suits our purposes but others may find that if there is a weak point, it may be that the rubber feet wear through over time. I should add though that despite the legs protruding from the feet, this doesn't appear to have effected use or stability in use.
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