|Product Type: Executive and managerial chairs||Base Material Details: Stainless Steel|
|Arm Type: Loop||Assembly Required: Yes|
|Style: Modern||Passive or Active: Active|
|Tools Needed: Screwdriver||Double Wheel Casters: Yes|
|Additional Parts Required: No||Base Finish: 1: Black|
|Base Finish: 2: Blue||Base Finish: 3: Grey|
|Base Finish: 4: Red||GSA Approved: No|
|Base Material: Metal||Exterior Seat Material: Leather|
|Greenguard Certified: No||Hardware Material: Metal|
|Upholstered: Yes||Mechanism: Knee-tilt|
|Swivel: Yes||Back Height: Mid-back|
|Back Type: Contoured||Headrest Included: No|
|Footrest Included: No||Big and Tall: Yes|
|Twenty-Four Hour Chair: No||Adjustable Height: Yes|
|Lumbar Support: Yes||Life Stage: Adult|
|Casters: Yes||Heated Seat: No|
|Heated Back: No||Leg Type: Five-point rolling|
|Armed: Yes||Weight Capacity: 450 Pounds|
|Commercial Use: Yes||Eco-Friendly: No|
|Country of Manufacture: China|
Questions & Answers
“Hello, what is the weight capacity of this chair?” asked by Sid
Mayline Comfort Mid-Back Office Chair with Arms
so far so good
Radka from Reynoldsburg, OH– Verified Buyer
We have had this chair for few weeks now, so far it works well and time will tell if it will last. We have ordered two other, much cheaper chairs before this one from another company and returned both of them as they were defective right from the box. This chair is double the cost, so hopefully it works well for long time.
Nice chair, but unable to tilt.
Joe C. from Seattle, WA - Fishermen's terminal– Verified Buyer
This chair is nice looking and is comfortable to sit in. But I have not been able to get the tilt function to work, so I am not able to sit back or rock to help me relax. The tilt knob does not seem to adjust the screw securing the chair from the non-tilt mode. I have not spent enough time on it to get it to function.
Kam from Illinois
The chair came little lacking in the instructions (as to which screws were used where on the chair), but it still went together fairly fast and seems both more comfortable and substantial than the previous chair I had, which was twice as expensive, from a well known office supply company. That chair's frame broke.
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.