|Product Type: Drafting chairs; Kneeling chairs||Style: Contemporary|
|Base Finish: Black||Base Material: Metal|
|Upholstered: Yes||Mechanism: Pneumatic|
|Locking Adjustments: Yes||Swivel: Yes|
|Back Height: Low-back||Headrest Included: No|
|Footrest Included: No||Big and Tall: No|
|Twenty-Four Hour Chair: No||Adjustable Height: Yes|
|Ergonomic: Yes||Tilt Control: No|
|Lumbar Support: No||Life Stage: Adult|
|Casters: Yes||Heated Seat: No|
|Heated Back: No||Armed: No|
|Weight Capacity: 250||Commercial Use: Yes|
|Eco-Friendly: Yes||Product Care: Wipe clean with a damp cloth|
|Country of Manufacture: China|
|Assembly Required: Yes||Tools Needed: Screwdriver|
|Additional Parts Required: No|
|Product Warranty: 6 year limited|
|GSA Approved: No||Greenguard Certified: No|
Not quite what I was looking for
Jim from LA – Verified Buyer
Years ago I had a stationary, bent wood kneeling chair, and it was SOOOO comfortable. I was searching for another, but apparently they aren't made anymore. After reviewing quite a few options, I decided on this one. It IS comfortable for a little while, but after an hour or so my shins ache. I've tried adjusting the angle to change the pressure, but I just can't sit in it for long periods. On a positive note, it does give relief to my lower back.
Provides short relief
Maribel from Harlingen, TX – Verified Buyer
This chair is great to be used used for short periods of time. It definitely is not great for a days worth of work but it provides the perfect 1-2 hour relief from your office chair. The cushion begins to flatten after about an hour of using and then you can feel the hard metal plate on your knees. Be careful when getting in and out of it because you an twist your knee easily.
Renee from Irvine, CA – Verified Buyer
Easy to install, works fine. I've tried other kneeling chairs that were a little more comfortable (more cushiony). My husband said it's comfortable only for a short period of time, then has to move to a standard chair.
Kneeling Office Chair
Lauren from Toronto, ON – Verified Buyer
Great to kneel on but only for 20 minutes or so. If you have a hip condition, it's not the best to sit on.
love this chair!
melissa from Spartanburg, SC – Verified Buyer
I generally need very supportive seating due to long standing issues with my back. This chair is sturdy & comfortable, well worth paying for & should last a long time.
rachael from roseville, MI – Verified Buyer
Is a good chair. Takes some getting used to. Only thing, i wish the kneeling pad was a bit thicker (I'm not a heavy person, but would still like a little more padding ).
Great Concept - Terrible Cushioning
Marjo Whalen from Edmonton, AB – Verified Buyer
I really like the concept of this chair. It relives a lot of pressure from my lower back and I am far more comfortable on it than sitting in a traditional chair for 8 hours a day. I have no issues with the frame construction or the hydraulic adjust. I am however disappointed with the quality of the cushioning used. Within a week of purchase the padding on the knee rest was worn down so much that my knees and shins were resting on the hard frame inside the rest (not pleasant). Considering that is where the majority of the weight is being rested, I would have expected the used of a higher quality foam. I would recommend spending extra money on a kneeling chair with a higher quality/density cushioning.
jc from United States – Verified Buyer
At first, it was fun and interesting. I definitely looked forward to replacing my regular chair. Unfortunately, within half hour of sitting, I started fidgeting, trying to find a better, more comfortable way to sit. The foam flattened under my body's weight (130lbs) and it became a slow torture. It's a novelty that will wear off very quickly.
Katherine from Windsor, CO – Verified Buyer
Comfortable and sturdy. Just what I was looking for sitting at my computer all dayr. Limited assembly.
Love this style computerdesk chair
Paula from San Francisco, CA
This is a good seat for people with back issues. Just make sure you get up and walk around every so often (whatever works for you), since what works for your back may not be so great for your knees.