|Product Type: Drafting chairs||Style: Contemporary|
|Base Finish: 1: Black||Base Finish: 2: Blue|
|Base Finish: 3: Green||Base Finish: 4: Grey|
|Base Finish: 5: Red||Base Material: Metal|
|Exterior Seat Material: Fabric||Upholstered: Yes|
|Mechanism: Pneumatic||Back Height: Low-back|
|Adjustable Height: Yes||Casters: Yes|
|Heated Seat: No||Country of Manufacture: China|
|Assembly Required: Yes|
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Bobbi from ROMULUS, NY– Verified Buyer
This chair is perfect for my studio counter work. Was easy to assemble, and the fabric design I selected for the chair very nice. Positioning of the chair up and down works very smoothly, the cushions are nicely padded to offer support. Love it!
craft table chair
Robin from Reno, NV– Verified Buyer
very easy to put together and is the perfect height for my craft table. I wish it came in white, but black will do.
Perfect for my needs!
Lynsey from Gaithersburg, MD– Verified Buyer
This chair is perfect for my stand-up desk (which is a converted cubicle with a raised portion for my computer). It's perfect for sitting at the high part of my desk, yet also goes just low enough to also allow me to sit at the regular part of my desk. I love how the wheels allow me to easily move throughout my space. My only complaint is that the color turned out much darker than what I thought I had ordered.
Cynthia from New Bern, NC– Verified Buyer
I bought a craft table that is counter height 38 and needed a chair tall enough for comfortable working. This chair is perfect! Went together easily and performs well and is comfortable!!!
katie from Waverly, NY– Verified Buyer
Easy assembly, comfortable, looks great behind our desk!
hpsweet from Seattle WA– Verified Buyer
This site has competitive prices [...]
Good sturdy chair
Boutique Owner from Kingston, On
I bought this chair to sit behind the 44" desk at my store. It adjusts easily and assembly was quick and easy. There is a bit of jerkiness when you sit down each time, but it doesn't sink down or squeak like some pneumatic chairs. [...]
inxsdude from Whittier, CA– Verified Buyer
I was looking for a chair that I could use with a 32" high work-bench/hobby table that wouldn't cost an "arm & a leg", something simple and functional. This chair fit my needs perfectly. I am a "BIG" guy (6'1" & 320lbs)and I have had no problems with this chair supporting me and staying adjusted to the height I need on it. ALLOT less expensive than the so-called "BIG & TALL" chairs that are out there (over $500+ in most cases). I am happy with it and would buy another if need be (but hopefully won't have to anytime soon).On a side note I do have to agree with a previous review about the plastic cover for the backrest post. It was shaped awkwardly and did not fit but the chair both looks great and works fine without it so I left it off too. Other than that, no problems.
DZ from Upstate New York– Verified Buyer
The Bait Shop Lady from Silver Lake, WI– Verified Buyer
I purchased this chair because I needed something taller than your usual office chair. I have 3ft high counters in my craft space. I was a bit skeptical only because taller chairs like these have a tendency to tip easily if not properly balanced. I was pleasantly surprised to find this to be a sturdy reliable comfortable chair. I love the tear drop foot rest. In addition, it rolls very smoothly on my 3/4" plywood surface. I don't recommend placing it on a carpeted surface. I had a bit of a problem putting one of the pieces in place which happened to be a plastic cover that slips over the metal connection between the back of the chair to the underside of the seat. Things just didn't seem to line up. Despite this, it does not interfere with the overall function of the chair. So, I just left it off since it's decorative and has no "real" function to my knowledge. Make sure you tighten the screws well or they will eventually fall out. I made that mistake. You really have to crank them down. Not just "hand-tighten" them. So, ladies, get out your power drill or have your hubby tighten them for you. I would definitely recommend this to a friend or family member and the price was fantastic. The best on the internet. The same or similar types like this one run in upwards of $150+. [...]This was a GREAT BARGIN!