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Mayline Series 300 High-Back Office Chair
Mayline High Back chair
Ann from Anthem, AZ– Verified Buyer
I was a little worried about buying this chair without trying it out first. However, I'm glad I did. The chair is very comfortable. Just enough low back support. It was easy to put together. It's sturdy. My only complaint is the box was pretty crushed in one area on receipt and there was a small dent in one of the arms of the chair.
Minimal Quality - fit and finish.
LG from Virginia– Verified Buyer
Chair seating does not fit securely on base, feels loose and unstable. Leather feels like cheap vinyl.
Reasonable chair - not premium.
Larry from NVA
Purchased as a home office chair. Difficult to assemble, with multiple screw sizes and complex positioning required to get the parts connected. The leather is a lower quality than expected, certainly not premium. The chair feels loose and shaky once assembled, triple checked that everything was correct. Fairly good padding and the best features are the aluminum base and aluminum arms. Leather and padding on the arms could certainly use improvement.
great office chair
TF from Cleveland, OH– Verified Buyer
Awesome looking computer chair, well cushioned, very comfortable, even for back pain sufferer. Quality is not as high as I expected (stitching not perfect, leather doesn't look like real, looks more like vinyl). Overall, I am happy with it.
Marian from castro Valley, CA– Verified Buyer
Good quality item. We are pleased with it.
Jose from West Virginia– Verified Buyer
Anonymous from Texas
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