|Product Type: Executive and managerial chairs||Base Material Details: Stainless Steel|
|Passive or Active: Active||Assembly Required: Yes|
|Style: Modern||Lumbar Finish: Black|
|Tools Needed: Screwdriver||Double Wheel Casters: Yes|
|Arm Type: Pivot||Base Material: Metal|
|Exterior Seat Material: Fabric; Leather||Hardware Material: Metal|
|Upholstered: Yes||Mechanism: Knee-tilt|
|Swivel: Yes||Back Height: High-back|
|Back Type: Contoured||Big and Tall: Yes|
|Adjustable Height: Yes||Waterfall Edge: Yes|
|Lumbar Support: Yes||Life Stage: Adult|
|Casters: Yes||Leg Type: Five-point rolling|
|Armed: Yes||Weight Capacity: 500 Pounds|
|Commercial Use: Yes||Country of Manufacture: China|
Questions & Answers
Mayline Comfort High-Back Office Chair with Arms
Okay for me, but....
T. from CA
I've had this chair only a few weeks and it is working for me just fine, but that's because I don't need to adjust the back support. The lever for doing that is broken.
Jill from Lewisville, TX– Verified Buyer
I would have given this chair a 5 except it's lowest position is still a little high for me. I'm not on the tall side (5 ft 5 in). Other than than that I have no complaints. I was able to put it together by myself with little difficutly and it adjusts as advertised. I spend a great deal of time at my desk and this definitely makes life easier.
Lower Quality than I thought....!
SEAN from NEW ROCHELLE, NY– Verified Buyer
Chair is OK but not worth the $500plus I paid for it. Feels more sturdy than the chair I had from Staples (prior to this one) but it still doesn't feel like a Big & Tall chair. I'm 6'5" @ 270 so I need a super sturdy chair. This chair feels like I'll get two years out of it at best. I already hear squeeks and noises and it's only been 6 weeks since I got the chair. Stay tuned....
decent chair for bigger people
rated PG from Southern California
The chair is advertised as being for "big and tall" but I've had a caster break after not very long. It isn't easily replaced at hardware store either due to its odd size.
Comfortable, sturdy, and inexpensive
Steve Needed A Big Boy Chair from Philadelphia, PA
This is my primary office chair, needed a wider chair due to equipment carried on my belt. The extra 2"-3" was perfect. The swing up arms are a great bonus, can leave 1 up, 1 down, both up, both down, etc. When not in recline mode, it still reclines about 1", not a big deal. Fabric seems very sturdy. For the price [$], I expected junk. Got a nice chair I expect to last for some time! Assembly was easy, I cannot assemble furniture easily - this worked out great!The only reason it isn't a 5 star rating is because the seat doesn't tilt downward and the big cushion can cut into the backside of your leg a bit. The seat is however very deep, so depth adjustment is not needed. Took a gamble with this chair, very glad I did.
Nice Deal on an Open Box Return
Bargain Hunter from Cape Coral, FL
I am a "Big and Tall" man (6'2" 340 lbs.) whose been searching a long time for a chair that would not wear out in a year. Finally, I think I found it! I bought this Mayline chair (in gray fabric) from the Wayfair Clearance Center online for less than half price [...]. So far, the chair has proved to be very sturdy and comfortable for extended use at my computer or watching TV. The only minor quibble I have with it is that I had to retighten all the screws on the chair after 2 weeks ( the manufacturer's booklet said to do this after 90 days). Since then, the chair has performed well except for a few creaks that I took care of with WD-40. Overall, I am very happy with both Wayfair and this chair.
M439 from Atlanta,GA– Verified Buyer
Great seat size, The arms rest don't get in the way. More padding in the seat would not hurt. I like it. I am able to work all day in comfort.
Difficult to Assemble
Jim from Ottawa– Verified Buyer
Difficulty attaching one of the flip arms. Screws keep coming loose.
Nate from WI– Verified Buyer
Solid supportive and inflatable
Comfort Flip Arm Big & Tall Chair
Dave from Prescott WI– Verified Buyer
I like it bought 3 of them now
Though still a market leader in manual drawing (they invented the straightedge) and large format filing, Mayline has moved to the forefront of office ergonomics. The Mayline Group now includes Tiffany Industries, Kwik File and Mayline products.